We have to apologize. We knew Waxahachie, Texas, offensive lineman Marlon Winn was going to be in Stillwater on Saturday for an unofficial visit. But because we didn't see him we forgot to check on him.
It turns out Winn gave the Cowboys a long awaited commitment. We had reported here a couple weeks ago that we thought Winn would be the next Oklahoma State commitment.
We confirmed this morning that Winn did commit to Oklahoma State over the weekend, and hope to have more tonight when we have a chance to talk to the 6-6, 280-pound offensive lineman. He had already left for school when we called this morning.
Winn is a Texas Top 100 prospect that was on the second team Super Team in Texas Football Magazine. He is also listed as a top prospect by virtually every recruiting service or site.
Winn combines with Irving's Chris Hall and Oklahomans Brady Bond of Garber and Noah Franklin of Vinita to give OSU a solid group of offensive linemen in this recruiting class.
Recruiting: Winn Commits
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