Campbell Enjoys Visit to Oklahoma State

Will Campbell told earlier this month he would be making a trip to Stillwater to check out Oklahoma State's football program, and made the visit to watch Friday's spring practice. The 6-3, 197-pound quarterback out of Frisco (Lone Star), Texas, a Class 3A high school, had seen Arkansas and Mississippi on previous campus visits.

"I thought it went real well," said Campbell, who came to Stillwater on Friday with his parents.

The Campbells and so Jack Kurzu, a 6-5, 302-pound offensive line prospect out of St. Louis, watched the Cowboys practice.

"We got there and met Johnny Barr and then he took us down and we spent 30 minutes with Coach (Todd) Monken. He showed us around and then I went back with him to the quarterback meeting room. That was really good to be able to sit in on that," said Will Campbell.

Campbell said they took a tour of the facilities and then he and his parents attended practice. Campbell, who completed 60 percent of his passes last season and had Lone Star off to a good start throwing for close to 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns in the first five games, suffered a season-ending injury in game six.

During practice Campbell's attention never left the offensive drills as he soaked it in from the sidelines of the practice field.

"After the practice we met with Coach (Mike) Gundy for awhile and then we left," said Campbell. "We still have about two and a half hours left (driving home)."

He added that he is going to visit North Texas on Saturday and is scheduled to go see Tulsa next week. Campbell is also being recruited by Boston College and Kansas. His tape shows a good arm and a player that is athletic and can move around some as well.

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