On Wednesday, Dec. 20, recruits will be able to sign their National Letter of Intent as part of a newly-implemented early signing period.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy is expecting that to be a good day for himself and his Cowboys.
To date, Oklahoma State’s 2018 class holds 21 pledges, and despite a hefty haul already soon bound for Stillwater, Okla., Gundy wants more. In fact, according to a report from Scott Wright of NewsOK.com, the Pokes coach expects to sign 23 or 24 prospects when its all said and done.
To assure such a haul comes to fruition, Gundy remains considerably active on the recruiting trail, and he’s doing so in impressive fashion; by way of helicopter, as seen below.
— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) December 13, 2017
“The only way to go,” Gundy told NewsOK.com of his new transportation method. “You cover a lot of ground, don’t have to wait in traffic. It’s definitely the best way to recruit, in my opinion.”
As it currently stands, Oklahoma State’s 21-man class ranks No. 27 nationally and No. 5 in the Big 12, per the 247Sports Composite rankings. If Gundy’s aspirations prove true, though, expect the class to grow throughout the coming days and the Pokes’ placement in the rankings to rise as a result.
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