Littell attended Oklahoma State's practice on Wednesday, along with his younger brother (baseball and football wide receiver), his mother, and eventually his father, Oklahoma State Cowgirls basketball associate head coach Jim Littell, who showed up at the end of the Cowboys spring practice.
Littell spent most of his time watching the quarterbacks work and get a feel for new Oklahoma State offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Todd Monken.
After the practice Monken was seen having a conversation with Jerame Littell, and the entire Littell family had a conversation with Cowboys head football coach Mike Gundy.
The 6-3, 180-pound Littell last season completed 201-of- 353 passing for 2,878 yards and 23 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Littell owns or will soon own every Stillwater High School season and career passing record as he has passed names like Josh Fields, Matt Holliday, and Josh Holliday.
The three-year starter has been really successful and should post even better numbers this season with more of a wide open spread attack under new Pioneers head coach Tucker Barnard.
This weekend Littell is taking a break from baseball as he will head to Fort Worth, Texas on Saturday to take part along with most of the other top high school quarterback prospects in the Southwest in the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp.
On Sunday, also on the TCU campus in Fort Worth, he was invited to participate in the Nike Skills Camp. Littell will be joined in Fort Worth by Stillwater High running back Davion Carter and Pioneers wide receiver Jesse Vester.