– BY MICHAEL KNIGHT
Edison 2019 offensive lineman Chester Baah has chose to stay home and has committed to Tulsa. Baah has been in touch with the TU coaches and has been on campus several times during the spring. While the 2018 class was headlined by offensive tackles, the 2019 class is loaded with stud interior linemen and Baah is certainly one of them.
Baah is ranked as the 32nd overall prospect in the OKPreps 2019 Rankings. He is also ranked as the third overall offensive lineman in Oklahoma’s 2019 class, behind Union’s Ricky Stromberg and Lawton’s Hector Becerra. Baah is the latest Edison Eagle to stay in town and choose to play college ball at TU. 2017 athlete Marcus Mays is the most recent former Eagle that signed on the dotted line with Tulsa.
Baah is the sixth D1 commitment in Oklahoma’s 2019 class and the second one this week. Owasso quarterback Will Kuehne committed to North Texas earlier this week. Broken Arrow linebacker Zach Marcheselli committed to TCU last week. Baah also joins Collinsville’s Grayson Boomer and Booker T Washington’s DJ Jones, who are committed to OSU. And Booker T Washington’s Thomas Grayson is committed to Nebraska.
Stay tuned to OKPreps for more on Baah’s commitment to the Golden Hurricane.