Oklahoma State football recruiting: Port Arthur's Jhajuan Seales' late switch to OSU gives Cowboys more receiving options
Jhajuan Seales' cites a “great conference, great facilities” among reasons he switched from Houston to Oklahoma State.
With OSU losing quality receivers in seniors Justin Blackmon, Josh Cooper and Hubert Anyiam, reinforcements are needed.
Add Jhajuan Seales to the Cowboys incoming cavalry.
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A bit of a sleeper recruit, Seales initially committed to Houston, before a late visit to Stillwater flipped his pledge to OSU. A 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect out of Port Arthur's Memorial High, interest in Seales picked up after he caught 54 passes for 1,207 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior.
He clearly got the attention of the Cowboys coaches. And likewise, they got his attention, too.
“It's a great opportunity,” Seales told his hometown newspaper, The Beaumont Enterprise, of his decision to switch to OSU. “Great conference, great facilities. I really enjoyed the campus. I'm excited.”
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