Kenneth McGruder verbally committed to Oklahoma State back in June, but that hardly shut the door on other programs pursuing the highly sought after safety prospect at Alief Taylor High School outside Houston.
For proof, take a look inside the mailbox of his high school coach, J.D Jordan.
“I get letters every day from other schools for Kenneth,” Jordan said. “I’ll tell coaches he’s committed, but that doesn’t stop them from trying to come in trying to talk to him or wanting to talk to him … You can’t avoid it.”
That shouldn’t come as a shock to those well-versed in the business of luring high school football talent to the collegiate ranks. McGruder and every other prospect committed to a school in the 2015 class is fair game until they sign on Feb. 4.
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