Oklahoma State picked up a talented skill position athlete in Denton, Texas product Thabo Mwaniki. He is listed as a safety and wide receiver, and chose the Cowboys over offers from Colorado, Purdue and others.
Thabo Mwaniki made his announcement via Twitter on Saturday afternoon.
Here is the full text from Mwaniki's Twitter note.
First, I would like to thank God for blessing me with my abilities & this opportunity to live out my dream of playing at the next level. Next I would like to thank all my family, friends, coaches, and teammates for supporting me through this whole process. And last, I want to thank all the schools & opportunity to play for their university.
I am extremely blessed to be in the position that I'm in today with that being said I have to [sic] decided to verbally commit to Oklahoma State University!!
#Go Pokes #PistolsFiring #Magnificent17
Mwaniki, a three-star recruit according to 247Sports, is the 17th member of the Pokes' 2017 class.
Oklahoma State's class already includes four-star wide receiver Tylan Wallace, the top player in the group, as well as three-stars Lamarcus Morton and Braydon Johnson. Kris McCune is the only true safety currently committed to the Pokes. It will be interesting to see where Mike Gundy winds up putting the Guyer High School star.