Oklahoma State got big recruiting news last week when it landed its quarterback, getting a commitment from three-star prospect Mason Rudolph out of Rock Hill (S.C.) Northwestern.
And the pledges continued to roll in over the weekend, as Houston Clear Lake offensive lineman Matthew Mucha and New Orleans Edna Karr cornerback Juwan Offray committed to the Cowboys.
Mucha, a tackle rated a two-star prospect by Rivals, sports a 6-6, 250-pound frame. His offer list included Texas Tech, Utah, Nevada and Memphis.
Offray, at 5-11 and 180 pounds, is not rated by Rivals or Scout. But he impressed cornerbacks coach Van Malone at OSU's camp in Stillwater over the weekend — enough to get an offer that Offray accepted on the spot.
“When I went up there I already had it on my mind that I was going to get offered,” Offray told Rivals. “So I just went up there with it on my mind with an attitude that ‘Before I leave here, I'm going to have an offer.'
“It's the school I've wanted to go to, and I was like ‘I'm not taking this 10-hour trip for nothing. I'm going to get something out of it.”
Offray also had offers from Nebraska and South Alabama.
Mucha and Offray give OSU seven commitments in the 2014 class, joining Rudolph, Broken Arrow linebacker Gyasi Akem, Pearland (Texas) Pearland linebacker Justin Phillips, Aldine (Texas) Eisenhower athlete Trevion Roberts and Broken Arrow running back Devon Thomas.