Loudermilk, Family Make It To OSU

Somewhat late in the Oklahoma State Cowboys practice on Monday a pass flew over the receiver and into the sideline area and a pretty good catch was made by Raeven Loudermilk, the sister of standout Kansas defensive end and tight end prospect Isaiahh Loudermilk.

It seems athleticism really runs in that family as younger brother Devin Loudermilk said he is a promising quarterback in Howard, Kansas. One thing is certain, prospects really don't look much better than the 6-6, 250-pound Loudermilk.

Besides sister Raeven and brother Devin, Loudermilk was accompanied by his mother, Stacy Howell, and family friends Gina Wilson and Tristen Wilson.

Isaiahh has over 12 Division I scholarship offers including Arizona State, Colorado, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Minnesota, Missouri, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Of course, Oklahoma State has offered and defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements, an experienced recruiter in that state, is the chief recruiter on Loudermilk.

The young man plays football at eight-man school West Elk and is also a talented basketball player and he really looks the part already of a college athlete. During the morning practice at Oklahoma State nearly every coach stopped by to greet him and his family, including head coach Mike Gundy on a couple of occasions.

Loudermilk will soon be getting ready for his upcoming high school season at West Elk. Last season he registered 84 tackles, four fumble recoveries with one returned for a touchdown, two interceptions with one of those returned for a touchdown, and on offense he caught nine passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns.

No word on when Loudermilk will make any decisions whether that is pairing down his list of schools or making a commitment.


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