Seales had committed to Houston the weekend before and was set to visit Houston last weekend until switching the visit to OSU. The speculation was he would do the same with his commitment after the trip to Stillwater. The speculation was that he would also announce the story through his hometown paper, The Beaumont Enterprise.
"It's a great opportunity," Seales told the newspaper. "Great conference, great facilities. I really enjoyed the campus. I'm excited."
Seales went from being a decent prospect, somewhat off the Division I radar screen, to getting plenty of attention after he caught 54 passes for 1,207 yards and 13 touchdowns in his senior season.
Seales also has really good speed as he is a sub-4.5 athlete. He has a good physical presence as well, and showed he could battle defensive backs and come away with the ball during the past season.
OSU offensive coordinator Todd Monken and wide receivers coach Kasey Dunn have made the trip to Beaumont to recruit Seales.
"I like his personality and enthusiasm," Seales told the Enterprise of Dunn, who has also coached in the NFL.
Seales commitment likely wraps up the Cowboys recruiting at the wide receiver position. His commitment also gives the Cowboys a total of 21 pledges at this point.