The No. 2-ranked JUCO offensive lineman set his commitment date for Dec. 12.
Oklahoma State Cowboys are not playing a game Saturday, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t some news about the team.
Caleb Etienne, the No. 2 junior college offensive lineman in country from Fort Scott (Kansas), included OSU among his final three schools Saturday night on Twitter. Houston and Texas Tech also made the cut.
Etienne tweet also stated he will make his final decision Saturday, Dec. 12.
Etienne’s final three schools dropped three from the top-six he announced in August; Mississippi State, Oregon and South Carolina.
Etienne, a New Orleans native and No. 25-ranked JUCO player in country, had hoped to take all five official visits, which is what makes his announcement a little surprising.
Offensive line is a position of importance for OSU’s 2021 class with just two committed. Etienne has been one of Charlie Dickey’s top priorities in wrapping up the class.