The Oklahoma State Cowboys may have found their quarterback of the future on Wednesday.
John Kolar gave his pledge to Mike Gundy’s Cowboys.
The 6’3, 195-pound Kolar attends Norman North High School in Norman, Oklahoma, the home of the rival Oklahoma Sooners.
Just committed to play football at Oklahoma State University. Excited for the opportunities ahead. #GoPokes
— John Kolar (@john_kolar7) March 5, 2014
Pistols Firing from Norman, OK! Welcome to the Family #BeACowboy
— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) March 5, 2014
Sean Ceglinsky of 24/7 Sports has the scoop.
Kolar is an under-the-radar type of recruit. At this stage of the game, anyway. Perhaps he’s most known for taking over the starting job after Alabama commit David Cornwell was injured a short season ago.
Apparently, coach Mike Gundy and his assistants saw something they like in Kolar during the audition. And accordingly, the staff made a move. The end result, was a securing a commitment, of course.
In less than a full season worth of work as a junior, Kolar completed more than 64 percent of his passes for 1,693 yards and 15 touchdowns. Perhaps equally impressive, he threw just a pair of interceptions.
Kolar has not been ranked as a 24/7 Sports composite recruit yet.