Oklahoma high school football recruiting: Tulsa Holland Hall DL Owen Ostroski commits to Army
TULSA – One of the state's most dominant players has made his college decision.
Tulsa Holland Hall senior defensive lineman Owen Ostroski verbally committed to Army on Tuesday night. he announced the decision on his Twitter.
Ostroski, who is No. 20 in The Oklahoman's Super 30, also held offers from Dartmouth, Hawaii, New Mexico and Princeton, among others.
He's the second Oklahoma prospect in the 2021 class to commit to Army, joining Owasso linebacker Emaud Triplett.
He was diagnosed with kidney cancer when he was seven months old but was able to have successful treatment to shrink the tumor and only had to remove the top third of his kidney. Since then, the 6-foot-2, 245-pound star has been destined to dominate on the football field.
The son of former Tulsa and Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Jerry Ostroski, Owen has helped Holland Hall to a 2-0 record this season. The Dutch are one of the top teams in Class 3A and are likely to contend for a state title, with Owen a major reason why.