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Luke Del Rio decommits from Oklahoma State

Jack Del Rio's son opened up his recruiting after the Cowboys OC took the head coaching job at Southern Miss.

Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

Luke Del Rio, the son of the Broncos defensive coordinator, announced that he would reopen his recruitment on Tuesday, following word that Todd Monken, the Oklahoma State assistant coach who had recruited him to Stillwater, would be leaving for Southern Miss:

Monken, a former assistant for Jack with the Jaguars, was a key to bringing Del Rio, a QB at Valor Christian High in Colorado, to Oklahoma State.

The 6'3, 190 pro-style QB is one of the top recruits in the state of Colorado this season. Before committing to Oklahoma State, he had received offers from Oregon State and Colorado State as well as interest from Colorado, Florida State and Alabama.

Due to their family's constant moving across the country as a result of Jack's coaching career, Luke was a relatively late-blooming prospect who did not begin to receive a significant amount of attention before the summer of his senior year of high school.