GoPokes TV: OSU Gets Its QB In Wudtee

Oklahoma State picked up three potentially game-changing signees in 24 hours, and none may be bigger than quarterback Keondre Wudtee from Bossier City (Parkway), La.

Keondre Wudtee
6-4, 190
Bossier City (Parkway), La.

Physical: 40 time-4.52, Bench Press-240 lbs.; Squat-380 lbs.; Vertical-30”

Other Schools Recruited By: OSU, TCU, Missouri, Louisiana Tech, Arkansas State, Houston, Louisville, SMU (all offered).

High School: Team Captain, Two-year starter, Sr. season-2015 Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 5A All-State honorable mention, 2015 Shreveport Times All-City 1st-Team, Jr. season-2014 Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 5A All-State honorable mention, 2014 Shreveport Times All-City 2nd-Team.

Statistics: Sr. season-3,100-yards passing, 34 touchdowns, 300-yards rushing; Jr. season-136-of-236 with 9 interceptions for 29 touchdowns and 2,544-yards, 200-yards rushing.

Scout Ranking: 3-star (QB #4).

Other Sports: Basketball (Sr. season averages-5.6 points per game, 2.8 rebounds per game, 3.9 assists per game).

Interesting Tidbit: Keondre was born in Japan when his father was in the service but moved to Louisiana very early in life.

Primary Recruiting Coach: Mike Yurcich.

Scouting Report and Projection: After watching him on video, two things stick out. First, he is outstanding at taking a play that is breaking down and have problems and very quickly getting back on track to make something good happen. He has outstanding athletic ability and is quite competent at turning a bad play into a good one. His other aspect that is so noticeable is his throwing. He has a tremendous arm and plenty on the football to complete big plays downfield but he does it with some bad mechanics as in throwing off his back foot and not transferring his weight in this throwing motion. When he gets to the point that he masters that then his arm will look really off the chart. Not just saying this but if OSU gets Wudtee instead of Nick Starkel then in my evaluation that will be an upgrade, and I liked Starkel a lot. There is so much more to Wudtee and what he can do to help a football team. It would be nice to red-shirt him, but he is good enough to earn the back-up job right away.

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