Edmond Santa Fe’s Shettron brothers could be on the opposite sides of Bedlam.
Oklahoma State extended an offer to Tabry Shettron Saturday, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound tight end. He is the older brother (by about six months) of Talyn Shettron, the No. 63 player in the country and an OU commit.
Tabry caught 19 passes for 179 yards and six touchdowns as a junior in 2020. Santa Fe went 10-3 on the year, making it to the state championship game before falling to Jenks.
Kansas State, Utah State, UAB, Texas State, Yale, Dartmouth and Air Force have also offered Tabry. He took an official visit to Kansas State in early June. He was also a standout at OSU’s passing camp earlier this month.
Oklahoma State’s staff has one a superb job at keeping in-state talent in state in recent years. There is also a credible pipeline from Santa Fe to Stillwater with Calvin Bundage, Trace Ford and Collin Oliver all making the voyage up I-35 in recent years.
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