Another Denton Guyer Wildcat Goes OSU

We decided we would wait and get more information Sunday as you absolutely hate to bother a guy on his prom night. But following a Saturday visit to Oklahoma State, which came after a Friday visit to the OU campus, jumbo athlete Dominic Ramacher of Denton (Guyer), Texas was offered and accepted a scholarship by Oklahoma State.

"Yes sir, I did commit to Oklahoma State," the text read from the 6-3, 230-pound Ramacher from his Guyer Junior-Senior Prom.

We will collect more information on the trip to Stillwater and the reaction on Sunday afternoon but suffice to say that Ramacher becomes the Cowboys seventh commitment in the 2012 recruiting class.

He will be a versatile athlete on the offense side, a role that he played quite nicely last season at Guyer. He will continue to see spot duty on offense during his senior season along with playing linebacker on defense.

Ramacher visited the University of Oklahoma campus on Friday before spending Saturday in Stillwater at Oklahoma State where three of his teammates from this past season -- quarterback J.W. Walsh, wide receiver or cornerback Josh Stewart, and defensive end Jimmy Bean -- all signed and Walsh was there for the spring semester.

Many schools were looking at Ramacher as an outside linebacker prospect, but he was very effective on offense last season as a jumbo quarterback, running back, and H-back.

Last season Ramacher rushed for 175 yards and 3 touchdowns on 23 carries while catching 11 passes for 100 yards and a pinpoint touchdown pass in the back of the end zone from Walsh.

Ramacher has a bench press max of 305 pounds, a 405-pound max on the squat, and a 285-pound power clean max. He is a good student with a 3.0 GPA and a 19 on the ACT and a 1440 on the SAT.

Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Colorado, Iowa State, Louisiana Tech, Michigan, Minnesota, Oregon, and Oregon State had all reportedly offered him a scholarship, while Alabama, Kansas, and OU were also recruiting him.

Oklahoma State now has him committed, and we're pretty sure that there aren't many prospects that commit before picking up their prom date.