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Anthony Becomes Third In-State OL Visitor

Hunter Anthony of Tuttle High School visited Oklahoma State on Wednesday, becoming the third in-state offensive line prospect in the 2018 recruiting class to make a trip to Stillwater in the last week.

Josh Henson continues to make good use of time in making up for lost time recruiting underclassmen as he entertained the third in-state offensive line prospect in the last week on Wednesday afternoon in Stillwater.

Hunter Anthony of Tuttle High School was a second-team All-State player last season and made The Oklahoman first-team All Little City team, except there is nothing little about Anthony, who is 6-7, 325 pounds and is really athletic for his size and also has good strength at this stage of his development.

In my opinion, Anthony is truly one of the top offensive line prospects in the state. Bixby's Bryce Bray and Oklahoma City McGuinness tackle Owen Condon have already been to the West End Zone to see Henson and talk about possibilities at Oklahoma State. I think there is a very good chance that the Cowboys go after all three of those in-state linemen and there are several others that I expect Henson will entertain and possibly offer.

Right now, Anthony has offers from Iowa State and Central Arkansas. Condon has a number of offers including Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Kansas, SMU, Texas Tech, and Tulsa.

Anthony has been to Oklahoma State on several occasions including last summer's linemen camp. He shares the same high school as the Pokes new offensive line coach as Henson was a standout linebacker at Tuttle back in the early '90s.  

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