Galena Park (Texas) North Shore cornerback Andrae May has become the third Mustang to verbally commit to a Big 12 school this recruiting season.
The 6-foot-1 May verbally committed to Oklahoma State assistant coach Joe DeForest Tuesday over the phone.
"I really like the coaching staff and I know how well they treat their players," May said. "They have also told me that they will be losing a lot of defensive backs over the next few seasons and I can step in pretty early. It's just a great fit for me. I will be going to their camps and visiting their campus this summer. I can't wait to see it."
May joins Barrett Matthews and Thaddeus Randle as Mustang commitments. Matthews committed to Texas and Randle has committed to Nebraska over the past few months.
"He's that big athletic cornerback that schools look for," North Shore coach David Aymond said. "He's very angular and reminds us of Chykie Brown who is now at Texas."