Recruiting: JUCO Defensive Tackle Picks OSU

Georgia Military College defensive tackle Larry Brown made the Oklahoma State coaching staff happy on Saturday when midway through his visit he told head coach Mike Gundy he had decided to become a Cowboy.

The 6-3, 290-pound defensive tackle is well built and has good speed at 5.0 in the 40-yard dash. Originally out of Spartanburg, S.C., Brown was a non-qualifier coming out of high school. He has gone on to further develop in the strong Georgia Military football program.

This season Brown finished the nine-game schedule (actually 10 games but GMC won one game by forfeit) with 26 total tackles, nine solo tackles, seven tackles for losses, three sacks, one pressure and one pass deflected.

Brown will be a May graduate at Georgia Military and then would join Oklahoma State for summer workouts in Stillwater. He joins Hutchinson (Kans.) J.C. defensive lineman Josh Pinaire and Hinds (Miss.) C.C. defensive lineman Ryan McBean in giving Oklahoma State three more mature players in the defensive interior line for next season.

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