Deondrick Glass, a four-star running back recruit by 247Sports, has committed to the Oklahoma State football team.
Glass announced his commitment during the Blue-Grey All-American game in Houston on Saturday afternoon.
After putting on an OSU cap, he confidently declared that he is striving to take the Cowboys to the national championship.
"And I want to win the Heisman next year as a true freshman," Glass said.
At the beginning of his emotional announcement, he talked about his grandmother, who died in February.
On Dec. 10, Glass posted a tweet on his account of his list of possible universities he would commit to.
The list included OSU, Georgia, Miami, Alabama, Texas and Michigan.
Glass is ranked as the No. 12 running back in the class of 2019 and No. 227 overall, according to 247Sports. He rushed for 1,924 yards and 30 touchdowns in his senior season at Katy High School outside of Houston. He tallied 100 total touchdowns in his career at Katy.
Glass will join another Katy commit in offensive tackle Cole Birmingham, who signed with OSU in December.
Glass will be joining established running backs Chuba Hubbard and LD Brown for the Cowboys in the 2019-20 football season. Justice Hill, the Cowboys' leading rusher in 2018, announced he will forego his senior season and enter the NFL draft.