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Georgia commit Naim Mustafaa visiting Oklahoma State

Can Oklahoma State flip a talented Georgia commit?

Scott Sewell-US PRESSWIRE

Oklahoma State is a surprising 10-point favorite over West Virginia this weekend, and will look to impress a player committed to an SEC school as he visits Stillwater.

The player? Naim Mustafaa, a speed rusher out of Alpharetta (Ga.) High School. Mustafaa committed to Georgia back in early June, but plans to take his visits to various schools:

If he sticks with Georgia, the consensus four-star will play outside linebacker for the Dawgs. At Oklahoma State, he would be a defensive end. Mustafaa has a long frame at 6'4, but is only about 235 pounds.

Mustafaaa's father, Najee, played for Georgia Tech before starting his NFL career with the Vikings.

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This story originally appeared on SBNation.com.

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