Cowboys Moving Fast As Signing Day Nears

In a recruiting season that is looking more and more like the old "Wild West" Days where coaches traveled school to school collecting signatures and you never really knew who you were going to end for sure signing until signing day dawned, Oklahoma State is not standing pat with several of their potential signees waiting until the last minute.

There has still been no confirmation but Fort Bend (Elkins), Texas, wide receiver Chance Allen did make an official visit to Oregon this past weekend with Texas A&M commit and former OSU commit Bralon Addison, a good friend growing up. Addison, who led Fort Bend (Hightower) to a berth in the State Championship, is a quarterback that will move to receiver or running back. The word in the Houston recruiting circles is that Allen and Addison are going to sing with Oregon.

On the West Coast, Oklahoma State is waiting on the announcements from Los Angeles Dorsey speedster and all-purpose player Jaydon Mickens (9:30 p.m. CT tonight) and Arroyo Grande star linebacker prospect Seth Jacobs (8:30 p.m. CT Wednesday night). Mickens, who is down to OSU and Washington is highly rumored to be leaning toward Washington because his mother would like him closer to LA. Jacobs is fresh off a visit to UCLA, but many believe he will decide between OSU and Arkansas.

If Mickens is, indeed, going to announce Washington then the Tuesday commitment from Madill, Okla. speedster Caleb Muncrief is a pick up that gives Oklahoma State the speed they are looking for. Muncrief, who has rushed for over 2,700 yards combined the past two seasons with 44 touchdowns has legit 4.4 speed.

Oklahoma State also offered a wide receiver from Georgia in Charlie Hegedus. The 6-2 1/2, 197-pound receiver has 4.5 speed and last season caught 68 passes for 1,141 yards and 10 touchdowns. He is a 3.75 student with a 1630 SAT. The Marietta Lassiter High School product is currently committed to North Carolina State.

Our prediction would be that Oklahoma State is not through. There is still mystery with Oxford, Ala., athlete Trae Elston, one of the top defensive backs in the South that is on record of wanting to play on offense. He will sign in the morning on ESPNU on their Signing Day Special.

There could be other surprises as we would expect Daniel Brooks of Port Lavaca (Calhoun), Texas and now living in Rockdale to have OSU papers he could sing despite being an OU commitment. He visited both schools.

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