What does Okoronkwo’s departure mean to OSU?
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, OSU RECRUITING
Oklahoma State’s 2013 recruiting class lost a defensive end on Wednesday, when Ogbonnia Okoronkwo flipped his commitment to Oklahoma, which could be painful for the Cowboys.
Defensive end is a position where they were already working hard, hoping to build depth for next season. That includes the recent addition of Sam Wren, 6-foot-3, 260 pounds, from Arizona Western Community College.
Wren is now the only defensive end commit in the class, but OSU has offered several others, both at the high school and junior college level, including Devon Nash, a 6-foot-5, 260-pound prospect from Iowa Western Community College.
According to Rivals.com, Nash is scheduled to visit Stillwater this weekend. Should the Cowboys try to stock up on immediate depth from the junior-college ranks, Demetrius Hill, 6-foot-3, 245 pounds, of Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College is another target.
Okoronkwo’s departure could also boost the Cowboys’ interest in a local prospect, Jackson Dillon from Class A Ringling, a Memphis commit.
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