New RB Coach Dunn Makes Impression

Athlete Cameron Stubbs of St. Louis (Mo.) University High School may have come from as far as just about anybody Saturday for Oklahoma State's Junior Day for the 2012 football recruiting class.

Stubbs missed the first two games of the season last year with a broken collarbone but came back to start eight games at cornerback and finish the last three games of the season into the playoffs at running back.

He also caught a key 58-yard touchdown pass in a midseason game playing wide receiver. His numbers were good as he had 42 tackles on the season with 24 unassisted. He also picked off four passes and averaged 18.4 yards a catch and 6.3 yards a carry on offense.

The 5-9, 178-pound Stubbs went through Junior Day at OSU as a running back prospect.

"I really liked the campus," said Stubbs of his exposure to Oklahoma State. "The athletic facilities are incredible.

"I also liked Kasey Dunn, the running backs coach. I know he is new and we got to meet with him and I liked him a lot. I liked what he had to say. He showed us some video of Kendall Hunter running the ball and then showed us a few things and I learned some things. He really knows what he is talking about."

Stubbs said for now that Oklahoma State is the only Junior Day he has been to and the only one he plans to attend. He is getting a lot of mail from schools and mentioned Tennessee.

This past season he earned second team All-MCC (conference) honors at corner and was also named All-MCC academic as well.

He also competes in track and has best times in the 100 meters (11.64 seconds), 200 meters (23.36 seconds), with three others on the 4x100 (44.05 seconds) and the long jump (20 feet, 3 inches).

A good athlete, Stubbs will be one of the better skill athlete prospects in Missouri in the 2012 class.


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