Madre Harper

Ranked as a three-star prospect by,, and ESPN … listed him as the No. 15 cornerback in Texas, while listed him as the No. 47 cornerback in the nation …. An early enrollee who is already on campus and will participate in spring practice … Chose Oklahoma State over reported offers from Oklahoma, Iowa, Pittsburgh and Northwestern, among several others.

High School: Played for coaches Laban DeLay and Trent Fuller at Lamar … Earned a reputation as a great special teams performer in addition to his outstanding coverage ability … Helped lead Lamar to an 11-2 record as a senior … A three-year first team all-district selection … Also competed in track and field … Actively involved with Keep Grand Prairie Beautiful and Mission Arlington.

Personal: Madre Madison Harper was born Oct. 13, 1997, in Irving, Texas … Son of Michael and Madiola Harper … His father, Michael, played football at Memphis and his cousin, Rod McClenton played football at Utah State … Plans to study physical therapy.

Corners Coach
Tim Duffie:

"I would describe Madre as a unique player because he is probably the tallest corner I've ever coached in my entire coaching career. He was smart enough to graduate from high school early and I'm thrilled to have him on campus and going through spring football this year."


Position: CB Height: 6-2 Weight: 167
Arlington, Texas / Lamar