OSU Football Recruiting: Three new offers, Coaches make in-home visits
With the regular season over for the Oklahoma State Cowboys and plenty of time until the bowl game, the Cowboy coaching staff has been hard at work on the recruiting trail.Along with visiting multiple 2019 commits, OSU has made offers to potential future Cowboys this week.2021 Cornerback Jimmy WyrickThe Cowboys extended a scholarship offer to an under the radar sophomore cornerback Collin Drake Jersey. Oklahoma State is the second team to offer the 5-10, 155-lb corner from Dallas, joining Utah State. He's the third corner the Cowboys have offered for the 2021 class.Wyrick is also the son of former NFL defensive back Jimmy Wyrick, who played six seasons in the league with the Detroit Lions and Miami Dolphins.At the moment, Wyrick is unranked, but I have a feeling that will change. As you can see in his highlight reel below, Wyrick plays with great technique and has really good speed.2021 Offensive Tackle Donovan JacksonOklahoma State and offensive line coach Josh Henson are going after some big time recruits Adam Anderson Jersey, including 4-star tackle Donovan JacksonJackson, a 6-3.5, 305-lb prospect out of Bellaire, Texas, is the second highest rated player in the state of Texas and the third highest rated OT in the class. He's rated a 4 or 5 start depending on the service.Oklahoma State joins 16 other schools working to land his services, including big name programs like Alabama, Georgia, Texas AM, Florida, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Texas, and LSU. It's still really early, but as of now, the Aggies are the leaders in the clubhouse to land him.Jackson is the second OT offer for 2021, joining 4-star Erick Cade.2020 Running Back Ty JordanThe Cowboys are just the latest school to join a growing list to target 3-star back Ty Jordan. Jordan, a 5-8, 180-lb, junior all-purpose back from Mesquite, Texas, currently has 16 offers. Along with OSU, Arkansas, Texas, Baylor, Illinois, Texas Tech, Wisconsin, Mississippi State Warren Brinson Jersey, Utah, Houston, and others have extended scholarship offers. He is the fourth back Oklahoma State has offered in the 2020 class and first APB. In his junior season, Jordan racked up 1,236 yards and 16 touchdowns on 165 carries, and 169 yards and two TDs on 14 receptions.Jordan is listed as the No. 5 overall all-purpose back in the 2020 class. Don't let his size fool you, the kid runs bigger than he is. See for yourself in his highlight reel below.OSU coaching staff makes in-home visitsWhile the staff is working to land the next class of Cowboys, they're also making sure they keep the current 2019 class committed.