The 6-foot-5, 207-pound standout from St. Pius X High School in Houston also owns offers from programs such as Florida State, LSU, Arkansas, Baylor, Georgia, Louisville, Nebraska, Oregon, TCU, Texas A&M, UCLA, and others.
Gunnell, who also visited Arkansas over the weekend, said he was already familiar with the quality of OSU's offensive staff entering the visit.
"I knew of coach (Mike) Gundy and coach (Mike) Yurcich being great and having a really solid QB in (Mason) Rudolph," Gunnell said, "and that the offense is very similar to what I run at my high school."
"I had an amazing visit and the coaches put together something really, really eye-opening. That was one of the most impressive things I've seen. The coaches' presentation and the practice really stood out to me, and how well they presented me in their offense."
Gunnell said Oklahoma State's staff told him he's the top priority at quarterback for the 2019 class.
"I spent time with Yurcich and Gundy and they just told me I'm their No. 1 guy," he said, "and that they think I can build something special in my class."
As a sophomore this past fall, Gunnell assembled an enormous statistical campaign. He threw for 4,973 yards, 65 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions while completing 70.5 percent of his throws. He also showed his running ability with 387 yards and five TD's as he averaged an impressive 6.9 yards per carry.
In all, Gunnell totaled 5,360 yards of offense and 70 touchdowns.
Gunnell said he wants to visit Florida State and Nebraska next. Stick with Scout as we continue to monitor Gunnell's development and recruitment.