Just moments after receiving some of the biggest news in program history Oklahoma State fans would be hit with a slight punch to the gut. Three-star linebacker Jordan Crook announced his decision to decommit from Oklahoma State and reopen his recruitment.
Jordan Crook is a 6’0, 225-pound linebacker from Duncanville High School in Duncanville, Texas. The Duncanville Panthers had one of the top defenses in the entire country last season. 247Sports has him rated as a three-star recruit and the No. 8 linebacker in the state of Texas. He has 27 offers and received a lot of attention from schools like Baylor and of course the Pokes.
Recently Jordan Crook took visits to Arkansas and Texas Tech this June along with a trip to Stillwater. His decommitment comes just three days after his official visit to Arkansas. Now that the dead period has finally been lifted it is no surprise to see the amount of decommitments we’ve seen so far.
As stated earlier his decommitment comes right off the heels of one of the biggest commitments in the football programs history with Talyn Shettron flipping from Oklahoma. The Cowboys also have four-star running backs Ollie Gordon, and C.J. Brown in the boat for 2022. Even with all that offensive firepower though Oklahoma State could still use some help with the defense. Their highest rated defensive recruit is currently three-star cornerback Cameron Epps. If Jordan Crook were to recommit back to the Cowboys that could be one of the major recruiting wins they receive outside of Shettron’s flip.