2024 OT Isaiah Autry includes Oklahoma Sooners in Top 5

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Oklahoma hosted three-star offensive tackle Isaiah Autry during their Future Freaks weekend. Autry enjoyed his experience and earned an offer from Bill Bedenbaugh during the visit. The offer probably meant a lot to Autry, considering he’s the cousin of former Sooners running back Marcus Dupree.

Autry reaffirmed that sentiment including the Oklahoma Sooners in his top five schools as he narrows his focus.

Oklahoma joins Alabama, Ole Miss, Florida State, and Auburn as one of the final five schools running for Autry’s commitment.

Autry hails from Mississippi, so it makes sense why Ole Miss is out in front of the race. Florida State appears to be a real player in the recruitment as well.

Oklahoma likely hasn’t done quite enough to overtake those two just yet. Still, including the Sooners in his top five is a good indicator that Autry wants to continue building a rapport with the Sooners and possibly visit Norman again in the future before making a decision.

Autry’s frame and athleticism are on full display in his film. His experience as a powerlifter will only serve him well as he transitions to Power Five football. Autry’s mother, Pashen Thompson, played basketball for the Tennessee Volunteers. He’s got the pedigree to be an impact player at the collegiate level.

As it stands, Oklahoma has zero offensive line commits for the 2024 Recruiting Cycle.

Isaiah Autry’s Recruiting Profile

Projections

Film

HUDL

Rating

Stars

Overall

Position

State

ESPN

Rivals

4

33

14

247Sports

3

49

14

247 Composite

3

497

34

17

On3 Recruiting

3

35

19

On3 Industry

3

519

32

17

 

Vitals

Hometown

Tupelo, Miss.

Projected Position

Offensive Tackle

Height

6-7

Weight

280

 

Recruitment

  • Offered on March 25, 2023

  • Unofficial visit on March 25, 2023

  • Drops top 5 on April 10, 2023

Notable Offers

Per 247Sports

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