Northwestern QB Mason Rudolph verbally committed to Oklahoma State today at a press conference at the school.
He chose the Cowboys over Virginia Tech and LSU.
The rising senior had an outstanding season in 2012 in which he threw for almost 4,000 yards, had a 68% completion rate and had 45 total touchdowns. He led the Trojans to a 12-3 record as they also made it to the South Carolina AAAA Division 2 state title game.
As a 2 year starter at Northwestern, the 6 foot 5 signal caller has over 7,000 total yards and 75 total touchdowns.
Even though it is a long way away from Rock Hill, SC, he picked OSU because they run a similar offense to the current "Air Raid" offense they run at Northwestern.
He also liked the fact that talent like Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon came from the Cowboy program and have made it to the NFL.
Rudolph is on track to graduate from high school in December so he can enroll at Oklahoma State in time for spring football in 2014.
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