OSU recruiting notebook: Broken Arrow's Zac Veatch a versatile athlete
Oklahoma State got a versatile athlete that can play a number of positions when Broken Arrow's Zac Veatch committed.
Veatch, who plays tight end and defensive end for the Tigers, committed to OSU on Sept. 28.
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Veatch said the intention right now is for him to play tight end as a freshman, but that he could be moved to another position, including center.
“He's 6-4, he's about 255 right now, and he can move,” Broken Arrow coach Steve Spavital said. “I like their thinking on that. He's really a pretty versatile athlete.
“He's got that ability to play anywhere. ... I'm very proud. (OSU is) my alma mater.”
Veatch and the Tigers are currently Class 6A's No. 1-ranked team after Thursday's 56-7 win at Southmoore. Broken Arrow returns to the city area this Thursday to face Norman.
BARNETT COMMITTED TO OSU AGAIN
Oklahoma State picked up a commitment from a familiar name last week.
Former Tulsa Washington standout Calvin Barnett, a three-star defensive tackle currently playing at Navarro College, was committed to the Cowboys out of high school until a signing day switch to Arkansas.
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