Oklahoma State made the final seven cut for three-star Class of 2023 defensive line talent Keviyan Huddleston just a few weeks ago, but it could not quite close the deal. The Texas talent on Friday committed to TCU over a final group that was comprised of OSU, Kansas State, Texas Tech, Arkansas, UTSA and Prairie View A&M.

Huddleston is a 6-foot-4, 235-pound recruit out of Tyler, Texas, who would have been a nice rebound for the Pokes after losing a commitment from Billy Walton — a defensive line talent who decommitted from OSU then subsequently flipped to Texas — at the end of last month.

Nonetheless, OSU’s 2023 class — despite a national ranking of No. 54 and a Big 12 ranking of ninth (ahead of only Kansas) according to the 247Sports Composite — still seems in decent shape. The 10-man class has a foundational piece in QB Zane Flores, two really solid in-state commits in JaKobe Sanders and Jaedon Foreman and some versatile talents on both sides of the ball.

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