Oklahoma State added its second offensive lineman to its 2015 recruiting class in the last week on Wednesday.
Brandon Pertile — a 6-foot-6, 300-pound offensive tackle out of Mesa Community College (Ariz.) — announced on Twitter he plans to play for Cowboys offensive line coach Bob Connelly next season.
The announcement comes just two days after Joshua Jones — a 6-foot-6, 271-pound offensive tackle from Bush High School in Richmond, Texas — took to the same social media site to say he’s coming to Stillwater as well.
Rivals.com ranks Pertile as a three-star prospect. He held 10 scholarship offers, including Cincinnati and Utah.
Pertile is OSU’s 10th commitment in its 2015 class and the third offensive lineman.
Verbal commitments are non-binding. Prospects cannot sign national letters of intent until February 4.
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