Miterko chose OSU over offers that included Arizona State, Baylor, California, Colorado, Nebraska, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Oregon, TCU, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Washington and Washington State.
His commitment pushes OSU's 2019 class up to 25th nationally, and it adds to an impressive recruiting cycle for Henson.
Last year, he signed five high school linemen, including three in-state (Bixby's Bryce Bray, Tuttle's Hunter Anthony and Sulphur's Jacob Farrell).
Once again, he has built a strong group as he tries to bring stability back to OSU's offensive line.
Four Big 12 and six Pac-12 schools came offering. Notre Dame did, too.
Miterko will sign with Oklahoma State on Wednesday, though, honoring a verbal commitment he first made in June after an official visit to campus.
“Stillwater, I thought was really nice,” Miterko said. “I thought Oklahoma State had great facilities with their football program and the university was really nice. I got to talk with some people there. So after my unofficial visit I really realized that I liked it and so I decided to go back for an official. A little while after that was when I committed.”
Though Carlsbad asked a lot of Miterko, Coach Chris Cerny said he handled it well.
“The first game this year against Artesia, we pretty much loaded up and ran power-lead right behind him,” Cerny said. “And to watch him dominate that line and clear the holes out, I think he may have ended up with 11 or 12 pancake blocks that game. That game, he was very consistent. Very consistent. There just, an off game for him was very rare.”