Spring Football Notebook

The Oklahoma State Cowboys scrimmaged Wednesday and as has been the case throughout the spring they had some spectators. Among a trio of prospects that watched the scrimmage outside and then went to watch from the football office when the rain picked up was Derby, Kansas standout skill player Tyler West, who was in Stillwater with his father.

Tyler West is an impressive looking athlete who is focused on football and at 6-1, 191 pounds plays running back. He earned second team All-State and All-Metro honors last season. He also looks like he could play as a receiver.

West is showing honesty as he has not trumped up his forty time. He has an electronically timed 4.61 in the forty. He has a 32-inch vertical and has a max of 250 pounds on the bench press. Last season he carried 197 times for 1,244 yards with 18 rushing touchdowns. He also had 16 receptions for 168 yards and a touchdown.

In addition to Oklahoma State, other schools showing interest are Kansas State, South Carolina and Tulsa.

Landon Nault has his older brother, Logan Nault, on the team at OSU. Logan is a sophomore receiver, while Landon was the leading rusher in Class 3A in Oklahoma last season with 272 carries for 2,057 yards and 31 touchdowns. The 5-9, 170-pounder has been to check out Oklahoma State on several occasions.

There was also a quarterback from Louisiana that was eyeballing the practice in 5-11, 160-pound Regan Edwards out of Linden, La.

Oklahoma State will practice again Friday, which will conclude their third week of three-a-week practices during the spring. Recruits are able to attend to watch practices and there are expected to be a large number of prospects at the Orange-White spring game on Saturday, April 20 at 1:30 p.m.

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