On Wednesday, Talyn Shettron, a four-star wide receiver from Edmond Santa Fe, flipped his commitment from Oklahoma to Oklahoma State.
A big reason - His brother, Tabry also committed to OSU on Wednesday after receiving an offer on June 26.
"While I have the utmost respect for the University of Oklahoma and the entire coaching staff and I am beyond thankful for the opportunity they have given me, there is another door that has opened for my brother and I," Talyn Shettron said on Twitter.
Talyn, a 6-foot-3, 185-pound receiver, is ranked as the No. 6 overall receiver in the 2022 recruiting class. 247Sports gives Talyn a 0.9731 composite score, making him the fifth-highest commit in OSU history.
As a junior at Santa Fe, Talyn made 61 receptions, scoring 14 touchdowns and tallying 1,152 yards.
Brother Tabry, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound tight end, isn't nationally ranked.
"Tabry and I were brought together as brothers for a purpose and family always comes first," Talyn Shettron said on Twitter.