Chad Simmons

Tough Weekend On Offensive Line Front For OSU

Oklahoma State lost two offensive line prospects this weekend when Caleb Chandler (Louisville) and Eleasah Anderson (Baylor) gave verbal commitments.

Scratch two prime offensive line prospects off the Oklahoma State recruiting list.

Caleb Chandler from Jefferson, Ga., did it in quick fashion on Twitter. "I'm done. Shutting it down for good! Decided to commit to the University of Louisville!" That was the message on Twitter Sunday from Chandler (@Calebchandler55).

The message was longer from Eleasah Anderson from Alief (Taylor), Texas, and that was after what looked like a promising in-home visit Thursday from Oklahoma State offensive line coach Greg Adkins.

"First Off I want to thank Jesus and God for blessing me with 30 opportunities I can choose from and only picking one school. I also want to Thank my Mother for everything she has done in my whole life and for my family for helping me make this decision. Also Thank you coach Ruhle and the whole staff for making this happen and making my dreams come true. Without further to do I like to announce my commitment to Baylor University! God bless yall." That was the message from Anderson on @EleasahAnderson.

As far as offensive linemen, Oklahoma State has Arlington Hambright, the junior college signee from Garden City Community College, and Tyler Moore, the transfer with two years to play from Minnesota, enrolling for the spring semester. OSU also has George Moore of College of San Meteo offered and scheduled to visit, but the Cowboyus will likely have to do some looking around over the next few days.

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