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Oklahoma State offers Broken Arrow 2023 offensive lineman Jamison Mejia

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One of the top in-state offensive line prospects in the 2023 class finally got a long-awaited offer from Oklahoma State as Broken Arrow (Okla.) standout Jamison Mejia shared the news on Monday morning. He will be in Stillwater later this week for an official visit before possibly making a commitment decision soon after.

Mejia has been on the radar of the Cowboys’ coaching staff for a while, but added his second Power Five offer from Oklahoma State with just over a week to go until National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 1. He recently took an official visit to Virginia after receiving an offer from the Cavaliers last week and also has interest from Arkansas.

Mejia is considered to be a three-star prospect with an 84 rating by 247Sports. He ranks as the No. 117 interior offensive lineman and No. 23 overall recruit regardless of position in Oklahoma.

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Mejia holds additional offers from Arkansas State, Eastern Michigan, Louisiana-Monroe, Navy, New Mexico State, North Texas, South Dakota, Tulane, Tulsa and USF.

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The 6-foot-4, 275-pound interior lineman was at Oklahoma State for two separate camps this past summer, including the ‘Down & Dirty’ lineman camp in early June. Mejia impressed during position drills and 1-on-1 competition.

Mejia returned to Stillwater for several game day visits this past season.

Mejia earned several awards following his senior season at Broken Arrow, including First Team All-State by The Oklahoman, 6A-I District 1 First Team and 6A-I District 1 Offensive Lineman of the Year. Mejia did not allow any sacks and had 88 pancake blocks.

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Oklahoma State has already signed 17 high school and junior college prospects in the 2023 class, and has 13 incoming transfers already on campus as well. The Cowboys rank No. 40 nationally and are eighth in the Big 12 for the 247Sports Composite Overall Team Recruiting Rankings, which takes into account not only the ratings of high school and JUCO additions, but also players pulled in from the transfer portal.

Here is a look at the offensive linemen in the 2023 class with offers from Oklahoma State:

  • Kadyn Proctor, OT, 5-star (0.9954), Des Moines (Iowa) Southeast Polk — Alabama
  • Zalance Heard, OT, 4-star (0.9870), Monroe (La.) Neville — LSU
  • Cayden Green, OT, 4-star (0.9596), Lees Summit (Mo.) Lee’s Summit North — Oklahoma
  • Lucas Simmons, OT, 4-star (0.9469), Clearwater (Fla.) International Academy — Florida State
  • Harris Sewell, IOL, 4-star (0.9396), Odessa (Tex.) Permian — Clemson
  • Jaydon Chatman, IOL, 4-star (0.9250), Harker Heights (Tex.) — Texas
  • Isaiah Robinson, OT, 4-star (0.9107), Arlington (Tex.) Lamar — Baylor
  • Ian Reed, OT, 4-star (0.9065), Austin (Tex.) Vandegrift — Clemson
  • Keyshawn Blackstock, IOL, 3-star (0.8942), Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College — Michigan State
  • Tavake Tuikolovatu, IOL, 3-star (0.8785), Fontana (Calif.) Summit — UCLA
  • Calvin Clements, OT, 3-star (0.8781), Lawrence (Kan.) Free State — Kansas
  • Isaiah Jatta, OT, 3-star (0.8742), Snow College (Utah) — South Carolina
  • Isaiah Kema, IOL, 3-star (0.8731), Wolffworth (Tex.) Frenship — Oklahoma State
  • Andre Cojoe, IOL, 3-star (0.8711), Arlington (Tex.) Mansfield Timberview — Texas
  • Ethan Thomason, OT, 3-star (0.8689), Fort Collins (Colo.) Rocky Mountain —BYU
  • Jack Endean, OT, 3-star (0.8661), Tucson (Ariz.) Tanque Verde — Oklahoma State
  • Gage Stanaland, IOL, 3-star (0.8517), Tuscola (Tex.) Jim Ned — Oklahoma State
  • JaKobe Sanders, IOL, 3-star (0.8464), Stillwater (Okla.) — Oklahoma State
  • Mana Taimani, OT, NR, Diablo Valley College — Uncommitted

Note: Ratings based on industry-generated 247Sports Composite

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One of the top in-state offensive line prospects in the 2023 class finally got a long-awaited offer from Oklahoma State as Broken Arrow (Okla.) standout Jamison Mejia shared the news on Monday morning. He will be in Stillwater later this week for an official visit before possibly making a commitment decision soon after.

Mejia has been on the radar of the Cowboys’ coaching staff for a while, but added his second Power Five offer from Oklahoma State with just over a week to go until National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 1. He recently took an official visit to Virginia after receiving an offer from the Cavaliers last week and also has interest from Arkansas.

Mejia is considered to be a three-star prospect with an 84 rating by 247Sports. He ranks as the No. 117 interior offensive lineman and No. 23 overall recruit regardless of position in Oklahoma.

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Mejia holds additional offers from Arkansas State, Eastern Michigan, Louisiana-Monroe, Navy, New Mexico State, North Texas, South Dakota, Tulane, Tulsa and USF.

The 6-foot-4, 275-pound interior lineman was at Oklahoma State for two separate camps this past summer, including the ‘Down & Dirty’ lineman camp in early June. Mejia impressed during position drills and 1-on-1 competition.

Mejia returned to Stillwater for several game day visits this past season.

Mejia earned several awards following his senior season at Broken Arrow, including First Team All-State by The Oklahoman, 6A-I District 1 First Team and 6A-I District 1 Offensive Lineman of the Year. Mejia did not allow any sacks and had 88 pancake blocks.

Subscribe to 247Sports YouTube for the latest college football, basketball and recruiting news including live college commitments.

Oklahoma State has already signed 17 high school and junior college prospects in the 2023 class, and has 13 incoming transfers already on campus as well. The Cowboys rank No. 40 nationally and are eighth in the Big 12 for the 247Sports Composite Overall Team Recruiting Rankings, which takes into account not only the ratings of high school and JUCO additions, but also players pulled in from the transfer portal.

Here is a look at the offensive linemen in the 2023 class with offers from Oklahoma State:

  • Kadyn Proctor, OT, 5-star (0.9954), Des Moines (Iowa) Southeast Polk — Alabama
  • Zalance Heard, OT, 4-star (0.9870), Monroe (La.) Neville — LSU
  • Cayden Green, OT, 4-star (0.9596), Lees Summit (Mo.) Lee’s Summit North — Oklahoma
  • Lucas Simmons, OT, 4-star (0.9469), Clearwater (Fla.) International Academy — Florida State
  • Harris Sewell, IOL, 4-star (0.9396), Odessa (Tex.) Permian — Clemson
  • Jaydon Chatman, IOL, 4-star (0.9250), Harker Heights (Tex.) — Texas
  • Isaiah Robinson, OT, 4-star (0.9107), Arlington (Tex.) Lamar — Baylor
  • Ian Reed, OT, 4-star (0.9065), Austin (Tex.) Vandegrift — Clemson
  • Keyshawn Blackstock, IOL, 3-star (0.8942), Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College — Michigan State
  • Tavake Tuikolovatu, IOL, 3-star (0.8785), Fontana (Calif.) Summit — UCLA
  • Calvin Clements, OT, 3-star (0.8781), Lawrence (Kan.) Free State — Kansas
  • Isaiah Jatta, OT, 3-star (0.8742), Snow College (Utah) — South Carolina
  • Isaiah Kema, IOL, 3-star (0.8731), Wolffworth (Tex.) Frenship — Oklahoma State
  • Andre Cojoe, IOL, 3-star (0.8711), Arlington (Tex.) Mansfield Timberview — Texas
  • Ethan Thomason, OT, 3-star (0.8689), Fort Collins (Colo.) Rocky Mountain —BYU
  • Jack Endean, OT, 3-star (0.8661), Tucson (Ariz.) Tanque Verde — Oklahoma State
  • Gage Stanaland, IOL, 3-star (0.8517), Tuscola (Tex.) Jim Ned — Oklahoma State
  • JaKobe Sanders, IOL, 3-star (0.8464), Stillwater (Okla.) — Oklahoma State
  • Mana Taimani, OT, NR, Diablo Valley College — Uncommitted

Note: Ratings based on industry-generated 247Sports Composite

Stay with GoPokes247 and 247Sports for the latest updates on Oklahoma State football, basketball and recruiting

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