On Monday, Oklahoma State University picked up their fifth commitment for the month of June and eleventh commit of 2016.

Offensive lineman Dylan Galloway announced via his personal Twitter account that he would take his talents north of the Texas border, making the seamless transition from Coppell Cowboy to OSU Cowboy.


The 6-foot-5, 280 pound offensive tackle picked Oklahoma State over other offers which included Northern Illinois, Nevada, Arkansas State and Texas-San Antonio, but ultimately chose the Cowboys, who were his only Power-5 offer.

“I felt like it was the best place for me,” Galloway told Scout.com over the phone. “When I went up there after the camp and saw it and they had the really beautiful campus and the nice facilities. I liked the coaches too. It felt like home to me.”

Galloway is the second offensive lineman to commit to Oklahoma State, joining Teven Jenkins of Topeka, Kansas. Two of Galloway’s teammates had already committed to FBS programs with Connor Williams (2015) and Jordan Murray (2015) selecting Texas and North Texas, respectively.

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