OSU added a late commitment to its 2023 recruiting class on Signing Day with a significant in-state talent, offensive lineman Jamison Mejia from Broken Arrow, deciding to stay within the state borders and play his college ball in black and orange. Mejia chose OSU over a reported offer sheet that included Virginia, Tulsa, Arkansas State and others.
The 6-foot-4, 275-pound tackle picked up an offer from OSU last week and made his way to Stillwater for an official visit before sealing the deal. He was a late riser in the cycle who had just five offers prior to the 2023 calendar year — none of which came from power conference schools — before a recent blow-up with Virginia and OSU expressing interest.
Getting a player of Mejia’s caliber is hard to do after the early December signing period so to land him — and over another power conference program in Virginia — is a coup. Especially significant is that he addresses an obvious need in the class. OSU has four incoming offensive line signees (excluding transfers).
With Mejia in the fold OSU will officially be adding seven new offensive linemen to its ranks led by a pair of transfers in tackles Dalton Cooper (Texas State) and Noah McKinney (UNLV) as well as Isaiah Kema, Jack Endean, Gage Stanaland and JaKobe Sanders.