Posted on: November 11, 2019 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

first_imgThe Reload is PFB’s recruiting recap, catching you up to speed with the latest rumors and news surrounding Oklahoma State recruiting, with an ear to the ground for what to expect.Last week on the recruiting trail it was clear the focus was to get feelers out to safeties and defensive backs. That focus has shifted this week, and it’s safe to say the line coaches — Josh Henson and Joe Bob Clements — have been hard at work. Here’s some of the latest offers reported this week.Jayden Jernigan — Defensive tackle6-foot-1 defensive tackle Jayden Jernigan of Allen High School reported his fourth scholarship offer on Saturday from OSU, adding to his list that also includes SMU, Texas Tech and Iowa State. He was one of the blue-chip visitors on campus Saturday for unofficial visits who picked up an offer.Although a 2019 recruit (he’s just a sophomore!), he projects to be a difference maker at the college level with his already filled out frame. Here’s a recent scouting reporting from Scout in which Jernigan was one of the top performers at The Opening Dallas.The young defensive lineman is potentially position-versatile depending on scheme and has proven himself early in his high school career by earning heavy snaps for national power Allen, the largest high school in Texas with almost 6,400 students. Jernigan played Sunday with quick hands and great initial burst.Gerald Irons III — Defensive tackleOklahoma State’s scouting and evaluation is known to be among the tops in the region. When OSU offers, you can expect others like Texas A&M to follow suit. That might be the case for Gerald Irons III, who picked up his first Division I scholarship offer from OSU on Friday during his unofficial visit. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Irons is a Klein Oak 2019 prospect and at 5-foot-11, his size is a bit concerning. He’s unquestionably a run-stopper on film, and he’s a monster on the gridiron playing against high school players. But even guys like Mote Maile and Ofa Hautau, who I’d consider to be diminutive defensive tackles, are 6-foot-3 and 6-foot, respectively. But given the way Joe Bob Clements has recruited and produced studs along the front end, it’s hard to argue his evaluation. I’ll be curious to see if others follow suit.Hunter Woodard – Defensive tackleWoodard is listed as a defensive tackle on 247sports, but we believe this is an offer from Josh Henson and the offensive group as an offensive tackle. The good news: It doesn’t really matter. Woodard can play both sides of the ball and at 6-foot-5 and close to 300 pounds, he’s going to be a load at the next level. Despite the below graphic, Woodard is a 2018 recruit.center_img Woodard also holds offers from Ball State and Miami University. He made the trip to Stillwater this weekend for an unofficial visit from Tuscola, Illinois.Visitors from the weekendAs noted above, it was a big weekend for unofficial visitors. Mike Gundy is in full swag mode with his fourth year quarterback and approximately 19 future pros at wide receiver, so he’s letting in just about everyone for visits. Here’s a few names.Grant Gunnell — 2019 QB with OSU offerHunter Woodard — 2018 defensive tackleJalen Curry — 2019 wide receiverGrayson Boomer — 2019 TE with OSU offerElton Ndoma-Ogar — 2019 OL with OSU offerGrant TisdaleGrant Tisdale — 2019 QBDevyn Butler — 2019 CBTrey Stratford — 2018 OLBrock Sturges — 2018 RBlast_img

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