Calvin Bundage

Ranked as a four-star prospect by, which also lists him as the top linebacker in the state and the No. 18 outside linebacker in the country … named him the No. 28 linebacker prospect nationally … Chose Oklahoma State over reported offers from Oklahoma, Oregon, Michigan, Texas A&M, Nebraska, Tennessee, TCU and Arkansas, among several others.

High School: Played for defensive coordinator Chris Rose and head coach Kyle White at Santa Fe … Totaled 90 tackles in 12 games as a senior, including 65 solo stops and two sacks …. Junior stats included 81 tackles with 57 solo stops and a sack in only nine games played.

Personal: Calvin Bundage was born April 8, 1998 in Oklahoma City … Son of LaDonna Bundage.

Defensive Coordinator
Glenn Spencer:

"Calvin has the size, the speed and the contact speed that makes him the prototype for a star linebacker. I think it’s very evident with anyone who watches him play why he was so highly recruited. He really loves the physical contact of the game. He runs through people. He’s a contact hitter. He’s a violent player but also has the athleticism skills to play out in space. He’s very long, and length is a great aspect. It’s probably going to get him involved in more plays then maybe we’ve had in the past at that position. It’s just a matter of time to see how quick he can play. He’s got a tremendous frame, so he’s going to get stronger."


Position: LB Height: 6-2 Weight:193
Edmond, Okla. / Santa Fe