Bogar stays in state

Exactly one week after he said he is close to making a decision, Muskogee, Okla., cornerback Brenton Bogar made up his mind.
"TU it is," Bogar said about his commitment he made to Tulsa just moments ago.
The 5-foot-9, 170-pounder committed to Tulsa over offers from Kansas, Utah State, Kansas State and interest from Colorado State, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. In the end, it came down to Kansas and Tulsa, but the Golden Hurricane offered him a situation he just couldn't pass up.

Article Continues Below
"I've loved TU when I went to visit on the Junior Day and my mom loved it also," he said. "It's also close to home, and my cousin Deon Morris is committed to TU also. It was a tough decision that I had to pray on, but it was something that was just right for me. I love it, it's a great place to be, and I feel at home."
Bogar made his decision on Friday while on campus for one of Tulsa's summer camp sessions.
Bogar is one of the fastest players in Oklahoma, running a personal best 10.3 seconds in the 100-meters. He's also one of the state's best defensive backs and a very solid addition for the Golden Hurricane.