On Thursday the Cowboys picked up their second commitment at the position from Texas in Pottsboro tackle Silas Barr.

The 6-5, 260-pound athletic Barr was committed since July 18 to North Texas, but upon getting an offer from the Cowboys switched his pledge pretty quickly. Barr spent considerable time with Oklahoma State on a virtual tour of the facilities and meeting with coaches including offensive line coach Charlie Dickey, offensive coordinator Kasey Dunn, and head coach Mike Gundy on Thursday before telling Gundy that he wanted to be a Cowboy.

Barr has a frame that will easily accommodate more weight than the 260 that he is currently carrying. He committed to North Texas, but also had offers prior to his July pledge from Arkansas State, Illinois State, Louisiana-Monroe, New Mexico, Southern Miss, and UNLV.

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