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Oklahoma State snags commitment from Missouri tight end

Gina Mizell Published: January 17, 2014

Oklahoma State picked up its 26th commitment of the 2014 class Friday, as Springfield (Mo.) Lighthouse Christian Academy tight end Jordan Frazier switched his commitment from Illinois to the Cowboys.

Frazier, at 6-5 and 230 pounds, is rated a two-star prospect by Rivals. The rest of his offers primarily came from smaller schools: Indiana, Florida Atlantic, Idaho, Missouri State and Liberty.

But let’s back up. Yes, the Cowboys have secured a commitment from a tight end, a position that virtually disappeared with OSU’s Air Raid spread offense but started to resurface down the stretch in 2013.

The Cowboys even ran some two-tight looks against Baylor, using Zac Veatch and Jeremy Seaton at the position.

Frazier is bigger and taller than Blake Jackson (6-3, 235), who played tight end in junior college but moved to inside receiver at OSU.


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