The Cowboy coaching staff have done a good job communicating with Mustafaa and making sure he knew they wanted him, but they are not pressuring him to switch his commitment from Georgia to Oklahoma State.
"Oh yeah, they have been recruiting me hard for a while and they have done it well. There is no pressure or anything from them though.
"Even when I was out there this weekend, we just hung out and had regular conversations. They know me well and they still did not pressure me to commit or anything.
"They just made sure I knew I could really help them there at defensive end. They showed me again about how everyone passes in the Big 12 and how I could really have the chance to get after the quarterback there. It is cool talking with the coaches there."
OSU impressed the four-star end out of Alpharetta, Ga., but he remains at Georgia commitment at this time.
"Everything is still the same for me. I have always been committed to Georgia, but I did want to visit some other schools, and check out my other options.
"I have now visited Oklahoma State and Nebraska, and the only other official visit I know I will be taking is to Georgia. It will be in December for the Gala.
"I feel good about Georgia and how I would fit in their 3-4 defense. I really think I could be a good stand-up linebacker for Coach [Todd] Grantham.
"I am still solid to Georgia."
Mustafaa is the No. 20 defensive end in the country on Scout. The 6-foot-4, 235 pound senior is an early enrollee, so he will arrive on the college campus of his choice early in January.
Alpharetta plays Mill Creek in round one of the Georgia State Playoffs Friday night.