Oklahoma State football lands Edmond Santa Fe's Tabry Shettron, flips brother Talyn from OU

Jacob Unruh
Edmond Santa Fe receiver Talyn Shettron, back left, and his brother Tabry, back right, both committed to OSU on Wednesday. They are standing behind Cartney, Trace and Trevor Shettron in November.

The Shettron brothers are staying together.

Edmond Santa Fe tight end Tabry Shettron committed to Oklahoma State on Wednesday, while also being joined by his brother and OU receiver commit Talyn, the duo announced on Twitter.

Talyn, a four-star prospect considered one of the top receivers in the upcoming senior class, committed to the Sooners in October.

At that point, the brothers didn’t know if playing together was a possibility.

It became just that recently when the Cowboys offered a scholarship to Tabry, a 6-foot-4, 203-pound tight end who helped lead the Wolves to the Class 6A-I state championship game.

Tabry was ranked No. 24 in The Oklahoman’s initial Super 30 rankings released in February. Talyn was ranked No. 3.

At 6 feet 3 and 180 pounds, Talyn caught 61 passes for 1,152 yards and 14 touchdowns last season, earning first-team honors on The Oklahoman’s All-State team.

Talyn is the second receiver commitment of the 2022 class for the Cowboys, joining Pawhuska’s Mason Gilkey. Tabry is the first tight end commitment.

Jacob Unruh covers college sports for The Oklahoman. You can send your story ideas to him at junruh@oklahoman.com or on Twitter at @jacobunruh. Support his work and that of other Oklahoman journalists by purchasing a digital subscription today.