After committing site unseen in February, Garret Rangel spent much of last week in Stillwater for Oklahoma State’s passing camp and his official visit.
A 6-foot-2, 170-pound quarterback from Frisco Lone Star, Rangel is the No. 522 player in the 2022 class, making him the No. 34 QB in the cycle. I was able to chat with him Tuesday morning about his visit, the Gundy pool party and who he thinks could be the next domino to fall in the Cowboys’ class.
Marshall Scott: “What was your big take away from the visit?”
Garret Rangel: “I had a lot of fun. I think the biggest thing for me is that I knew the decision I made was the right one. All the coaches were so welcoming. When they say it’s like a family, it really is truly a family. I think that’s why my parents and I were so impressed, and we had a great time.”
MS: “You came up for the spring game, but I imagine getting to spend more time at a place you’ve been committed to without getting the chance to see too much was a welcomed experience?”
GR: “I saw everything at the spring game, but it wasn’t in depth, if you know what I mean. When we were going around and everything like that, it was cool. I think the biggest thing was when you sit in the stands of the stadium, it doesn’t seem too big, but when you step on the field, everything seems so huge.”
MS: “I’m sure you’ve been in group chats with all your fellow commits, but what was it like finally being able to be around those guys?”
GR: “It was good. I think the biggest thing was no one was really awkward around each other like you would expect. When we all got there everyone was talking and stuff, and we just all felt at home.”
MS: “There were also a couple of uncommitted guys visiting with you, how much were you and the other guys trying to recruit those guys?”
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