Oklahoma State opened its doors for fans –and recruits – to the Orange Blitz on Saturday.
The blitz continued Sunday, with the Cowboys picking up a 2015 commitment from running back Ronald Jones, a four-star recruit from McKinney North High School in McKinney, Texas.
Jones, who attended Saturday’s practice/scrimmage, told GoPokes.com that after recently narrowing his list of schools to eight, OSU had emerged No. 1.
“I knew because I felt the most at home there with my experience,” Jones told the website. “I had the best relations with the coaching staff up there. It was just the best of everything for me.”
Jones, a 6-foot, 185-pound runner ranked as the nation’s No. 1 running back by Scout.
Oklahoma State picked up a commitment from Midland (Texas) Christian offensive lineman Johnny Wilson on Thursday, as reported by Jay Fielder of OState-Illustrated. Wilson (6-foot-4, 290 pounds) is the second commitment for the 2015 class for the Cowboys, joining Norman North quarterback John Kolar. Wilson WATCH: Johnny Wilson highlights