I can see Oklahoma State fans rolling their eyes right now. Oklahoma State has offered a player coming off of his freshman season and about the only work they've seen from the young man at the position the Cowboys are recruiting him for is practice and some team camp work this last week.
Sophomore-to-be standout Grayson Boomer of Collinsville, Okla., is already 6-6, 230 pounds. You watch him on tape and he plays well at defensive end. However, the thought is with his frame and his ball skills developed in basketball that he could be a really talented and productive tight end.
That is why Oklahoma State Cowboys back coach Jason McEndoo made sure he saw some of this spring development in person and the offer came through from Oklahoma State.
"Very honored to have received an offer from Oklahoma State," read the message on Boomer's Twitter account@BoomerGrayson.
He already had offers from Iowa State and Nebraska, who both have been through the state earlier this month. Boomer is legit as he still has to grow into that frame but he is very athletic and very powerful for a freshman going into his sophomore year in high school.
It was a big day for the Boomer family as Grayson's older brother and senior-to-be quarterback at Collinsville made a commitment to Tulsa earlier in the day. Seth Boomer is a 6-2, 190-pound dual threat quarterback.
Of course, both Boomers are teammates of former OSU commitment and current OU pledge and All-State linebacker Levi Draper. That could be where the eyes of Cowboy fans roll again.