Sam Wren, a defensive end from Arizona Western, committed to Oklahoma State while on his visit to Stillwater over the weekend, he told Scout.
Wren, who sports a 6-3, 260-pound frame, plans to enroll at OSU for the spring semester. He had more than 10 offers, including Arkansas, Oregon State and Washington State.
“I like the way the whole town is involved in Oklahoma State and they all support OSU,” Wren told Scout. “It is definitely a college town and it is the best fit for me.”
According to Scout, he finished his sophomore season with 51 tackles (15 for loss), 14.5 sacks, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries.
Wren, who played his high school football in Palestine, Texas, is OSU’s 21st commitment for the 2013 class overall and second defensive end. The Cowboys lose three seniors at that position in Cooper Bassett, Nigel Nicholas and Ryan Robinson.
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