Oklahoma State has avoided any major surprises on Wednesday, but got welcome news when its top recruit, Dominic Ramacher, faxed in his letter of intent just before 9 a.m. local time, the school announced.
Ramacher is the nation's No. 3 tight end and No. 126 on the ESPNU 150. The Denton (Texas) Guyer star joins two of his former teammates as highly-recruited stars to make the move from Denton to Stillwater.
Ramacher, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound prospect, is Oklahoma State's only expected ESPNU 150 signee.
Here's our scouts' take on him:
He is a big, ultra-versatile throwback that can line up at just about any offensive skill position. Has experience in a variety of roles as a FB, H-back, tight end and direct snap Wildcat QB in the run game. He reminds us a lot of how Peyton Hillis was used when at Arkansas. In the backfield he is a movement-H/FB with ball-carrying experience as well as being the primary lead blocker. He has excellent measurables, may be on the slight shorter side for a TE, but he can really run. He is a big, physical power runner that has tremendous explosiveness and the ability to pick in slide in-line with good vision.
Should be a nice, physical piece to Oklahoma State's high-powered offense.