The Cougars are 4-1 with the only loss coming at the hands of another New Orleans metro area powerhouse, No. 28 John Curtis Christian.
The Cougars stormed back from a 30-6 deficit to take a 33-30 lead over Curtis in the fourth quarter -- before the Patriots embarked on a last-minute scoring drive.
Karr trailed then-unbeaten Landry/Walker at the half last week before bouncing back to prevail, 26-22.
"We took the Curtis loss to heart," Offray said. "We were losing at halftime 15-7 or 6-0 against Landry. I've been using my speed and awareness to blow up the ball. I had two picks against St. Aug and two against St. Paul's."
Karr beat nationally-ranked St. Augustine in week two, 24-14.
Offray wowed the OSU staff at camp.
"I have a dominant attitude and wanted to teach receivers a lesson," he said. "After they went against me a couple of times they were scared."
He plans to take his official visit to Stillwater in January with his mom.
Offray enjoys a close rapport with OSU coach Eric Henderson, who grew up in the same New Orleans West Bank area.
"That's where I'll be attending," he said of Oklahoma State.
Offray has a teammate, 2014 DL Joyan Williams, who is also committed to the Pokes.