Three metro area high school football players signed on to play football with the Oklahoma State Cowboys next fall on national signing day, February 3.
John Marshall offensive lineman Tramonda Moore signed with OSU on Wednesday.
Despite a conflicting report KFOR and other media outlets received about Moore attending junior college, OSU head coach Mike Gundy told reporters that Moore is "on track" to be at Oklahoma State in June.
KFOR sports spoke exclusively with Moore after his signing celebration at People's Church in Oklahoma City on Wednesday evening.
"Yes, I'm on track," Moore told KFOR sports. "You'll just see me in the fall."
To hear from Moore on his decision watch the video above.
Edmond Santa Fe linebacker Calvin Bundage was Oklahoma City's highest rated prospect with a decision to make on signing day.
After faking out picking an OU and Oregon hat, Bundage put on an OSU hat and then signed with the Cowboys.
Hear from Bundage and watch his hat selection in the video below.
Lexington offensive lineman Tyler Brown committed to Oklahoma State in November and officially signed on with the Pokes on Wednesday.
Brown signed in front of friends, family and classmates inside Lexington High School.
To hear from him on his decision to play at OSU watch the video below.