Mike Gundy has made a habit of developing receivers and sending them on to the NFL. With James Washington being the latest example of what the program can do for talented receivers, Gundy is hoping he can get a 3-star prospect from Midlothian, Texas to buy in.
Langston Anderson caught 55 passes for 850 yards and 9 touchdowns as a junior last year and his recruiting is booming as he heads into the summer.
The 6-2/188, class of 2019, prospect currently holds 20 scholarship offers, with Oklahoma State being one of them.
— langston anderson (@nikeflow_81) May 23, 2018
Among the teams competing with the Cowboys in competing for Anderson are Big 12 opponents Baylor, Kansas, Kansas State, and Texas Tech.
Oklahoma State currently has thirteen receivers on their roster, with only three of them being seniors, so they can afford to be picky with who they offer. That places Anderson with an even higher value. Especially when you consider that OSU currently has zero commitments at the receiver position in 2019.
Oklahoma State’s 2019 recruiting class is ranked 35th by 247Sports.