Oklahoma State has emerged as the top school for three-star defensive end Kisima Jagne from Chandler, Ariz., and the 6-foot-5, 235-pound recruit is planning to visit with the Cowboys sometime before making his decision.
"My favorite is Oklahoma State," Jagne said.
"I just like the way they play. Their offense can put up a lot of points and their defense is really good, too. Most of my visits are planned for next month and I'm planning to go out there, too."
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Jagne might wait to visit Oklahoma State until Chandler teammate Javon Williams, who has the Cowboys, Arizona State and Arkansas as his three favorites, goes to Stillwater in January but either way Oklahoma State is looking good in his recruitment.
This weekend the three-star prospect is planning to visit Arizona State, another one of Jagne's favorites, and he said the Sun Devils' success so far this season is playing a factor in his decision-making process.
"I like how their defense plays," Jagne said. "And I like how they keep winning games. They're doing really good."
Visits to Colorado and Michigan State might also happen for Jagne, rated as the No. 27 strong-side defensive end in the 2012 class and eighth in the Arizona state rankings by Rivals.com, but he isn't sure of dates yet.
In total, Jagne has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Michigan State, Purdue, Oklahoma State, Washington and Washington State. The Boilermakers offered in the last couple weeks.
Jagne is not really in a rush, though, to schedule visits or even make a decision since he said that will probably come until way after the season.
"I'm probably going to wait until signing day," Jagne said. "I want to take these visits to see if I want to stay there for four years."