"The lifestyle the players have there and how everybody seems to know everybody is just like it is in my little town. There is talent there and the facilities are top notch. My mom is in love with it," said Sterns.
"The food was great," added Sterns. "Every day and every meal it was great, and I just wanted to go and take a nap but we had to keep moving. I also like the fact that playing time looks good. If I can work hard then by my second year I could be playing a lot. I am not looking for anything else now. It is Oklahoma State."
Sterns is a multi-talented player who did everything from play some offense with five rushing touchdowns to shut opponents down with a physical brand of play in the secondary that led to big hits and five interceptions this past season.
We caught him Monday just finishing up coaching his little brother's basketball team, something he said he really enjoys doing.
"I want my little brother (13-year-old Caden) to be better than me," he added.