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Oklahoma State Becomes Latest School to Offer Sulphur Springs’ Larry Pryor

Sulphur Springs S Larry Pryor. (Courtesy

Three days, three offers for Larry Pryor.

The Sulphur Springs athlete in the 2015 class said on Twitter that he received on offer from Oklahoma State on Tuesday.

The Cowboys’ offer follows Arkansas on Monday and TCU on Sunday, when he visited the Fort Worth campus. Texas and Texas Tech have also offered Pryor.

The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Pryor led Sulphur Springs with 118 tackles, plus one interception, two forced fumbles, and 10 pass breakups in 2012, when the Wildcats finished 8-3 with a District 14-4A championship and Class 4A Division II Region II first-round playoff appearance.

Sulphur Springs’ 2015 class is strong. Pryor joins fellow safety Zach Spigner (6-0, 180) and offensive linemen Jess Jenkins (6-3, 285) and Austan Davis (6-4, 230) to give head coach Greg Owens a strong junior class in 2013. Add 2014 athlete Willy Ivery (5-9, 180) to the mix and expectations are high for the ‘Cats this fall.

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