After announcing an Oklahoma State offer on Monday, Chauncey Johnson didn’t take long in deciding he wanted to be a Cowboy.
Johnson, a three-star offensive lineman from Lonoke, Arkansas, announced his commitment to Oklahoma State on Saturday. He picks the Pokes over offers from Missouri, Arkansas State and others.
Listed at 6-foot-4, 295 pounds, Johnson played at left tackle and left guard for Lonoke in his junior season, as the Jackrabbits averaged 32.8 points, 154.5 passing yards and 182.4 rushing yards a game. He is also a regional champion wrestler.
OSU’s staff was able to get its hands on Johnson at a camp this summer, which led to his offer.
On3 is the only major recruiting service that has evaluated him at this point. The service lists him as a three-star prospect, the No. 83 offensive tackle in the class and the No. 12 player from the state of Arkansas.
Johnson becomes the Cowboys’ ninth commitment in the 2024 class and joins Caleb Hackleman as offensive linemen in the class. As of writing, OSU’s class ranks 51st nationally and seventh in the Big 12.