In case you missed it, the Oklahoma State Cowboys added yet another offensive lineman commitment to the growing 2019 class. Late Wednesday night, Taylor Miterko pledged allegiance to the Pokes. With the announcement, O-State landed a fourth OL prospect over the course of a six day period.
— Taylor Miterko (@MiterkoTm) June 21, 2018
Miterko is a 3-star recruit according to 247Sports but remains the top overall player in the state of New Mexico. Receiving offers from Notre Dame, Washington, and TCU among others, the 6-6 270-pounder ultimately chose Stillwater as the final destination. As the class continues to grow, the Pokes move up the recruiting rankings to No. 25 nationally.
After failing to sign a high school offensive lineman in 2017, the program brought in Josh Henson. The move appears to have paid dividends as the line coach secured five recruits during the previous recruiting cycle. Building upon the momentum, Henson is set to eclipse that number during this go.