Texas lineman commits to OSU
BY Staff reports
Saturday, June 09, 2012
A third offensive lineman from the Class of 2013 has verbally committed to Oklahoma State.
Rami Hammad, a 6-foot-5, 320-pound guard from Irving, Texas, received two dozen offers before narrowing his choices to OSU and Baylor.
“I’ve done a lot of research and (offensive line) coach (Joe) Wickline has put so many guys at the next level,” Hammad told GoPokes.com. “He’s been there eight years and he is not going anywhere.”
Hammad is a three-star recruit and ranked 28th at his position nationally, according to Rivals.com.
Seven of OSU’s nine commitments are from Texas players. The others are defensive tackle Vincent Taylor, San Antonio Madison; Jordan Sterns, Cibolo Steele; safety Deric Robertson, Killeen; offensive lineman Zach Crabtree, Mansfield; receiver Marcell Ateman, Wylie; and receiver Fred Ross, Tyler.
The Cowboys also have commitments from Denver Valor quarterback Luke Del Rio and St. Louis Mary Institute offensive lineman Jack Kurzu.
Verbal commitments are non-binding. Recruits can sign national letters of intent beginning in February.