Oklahoma State lands WDE Cutter Cleveland

With the early signing period looming, Oklahoma State’s 2018 class has now added another piece.

On Friday evening, Rockwall (Texas) weak-side defensive end Cutter Cleveland announced his commitment to Oklahoma State.

An unranked prospect, Cleveland picked up an offer from the Cowboys on Thursday, and just one day later, capitalized on the invitation and joined Mike Gundy’s 2018 class.

According to his 247Sports profile, the Dallas-area product’s Oklahoma State offer was his only to date.

A 6’3, 210-pound prospect, Cleveland totaled 75 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and 5 sacks as a senior.

With Cleveland now on board, Oklahoma State’s 2018 class is up to 22 total members and ranked within the top 30 nationally.

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