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.