Cowboys Recruiting Wish List

We debuted this feature a few weeks ago and while the changes are minimal there are some updates. Here is my wish list to finish the Oklahoma State football recruiting class.

Datrin Guyton, WR
6-3, 180, 4.5
Manor, Texas
Guyton has a tall frame and is very athletic. It's easy to picture him developing into a 6-3, 210-pound plus receiver that is both physical and has breakaway speed. His experience on defense and in the return game help to shape what you can expect with his potential. As a junior, Guyton played primarily on defense and returned kicks and punts. He had 80 total tackles with 42 unassisted, two tackles for loss, and an interception. This past season as a senior he played receiver as was spotted in several places in the Mustangs offense and he finished with 43 receptions for 1,025 yards, a 23.8 yards per catch average, and four touchdowns. He rushed four times for 60 yards and a touchdown. He also averaged 43.4 yards per kickoff return and that average was boosted by a 103-yard return for a touchdown. He also averaged 16.3 yards on punt returns.

Cedric Johnson, DT
6-2, 285, 4.95
Rowlett, Texas
Oklahoma State offered Johnson in the summer. He played well as a senior finishing with close to 60 tackles and four sacks. His career numbers show over 160 tackles and eight sacks. He is big and thick but athletic enough to make you think post in basketball. Rowlett finished 4-7/3-3 in district and qualified for the playoffs before losing in the first round to Longview.

Josh Keys, DB
6-2, 185, 4.4
Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C.
Keys was at OSU on an unofficial this summer. What I am unsure of is whether he will graduate at midterm, which is a big factor. Gulf Coast lost the conference championship game and finished 8-2 on the season and while being invited to play in a bowl they chose not to accept so their season was done early. Keys had 16 tackles, two interceptions, and a fumble caused and one recovered.

Brad Lundblade, C
6-3, 290
Argyle (Liberty Christian), Texas
A strong physical and intelligent center prospect, he helped Liberty Christian to a 9-3 record and a 4-2 conference record. Liberty Christian is still alive in the playoffs and Lundblade is a major reason as they played Nolan Catholic Friday night.

Steven Parker, S
6-2, 185, 4.45
Jenks, Okla.
Parker has a lot of options, and many Oklahoma State fans believe he wants to be a Sooner. But he stays in touch with the OSU staff and he was at the OSU-Baylor game and is expected to be at the Bedlam game. He would be perfect to eventually replace Daytawion Lowe at free safety. Jenks is 13-0 after Friday night's 46-14 victory over Westmoore in which Parker caught touchdown passes of 36 and 4 yards. He had 22 receptions for 367 yards and a 16.7-yards per catch average and four touchdowns prior to the semifinal victory. His Jenks teammate and OSU commitment Dylan Harding had six touchdown receptions (but added to that total with an 8-yard scoring reception Friday night). Those two pair up in the Trojans secondary where Parker has 33 tackles with three interceptions this season and a sack. He has seven career interceptions. Cowboys may need to win Bedlam with Parker sitting in the stands.

Joseph Paul, OL
6-6, 340
New Orleans, (St. Augustine), La.
St. Augustine is 9-1/5-0 and back in the playoffs and Paul is a big reason why. If he trims down some he is a tremendous tackle prospect, but heavier could live and thrive inside at guard. Yes, Oklahoma State has a presence in New Orleans with defensive line graduate assistant Eric Henderson. Paul also told a recruiter recently that he is still interested in Texas. St. Augustine has a showdown game on Saturday against Archbishop Rummel.

Kaleb Prewett, DB
6-2, 200, 4.5
Blue Springs, Mo.
One of the best looking athletes in this part of the country, Prewett committed early like his running back teammate Dalvin Warmack to Kansas State. But activity at Blue Springs has picked up for both prospects and they have more options than before. They won their second consecutive Missouri Class 6A state championship on Friday night in St. Louis. Prewett has five carries for 51 yards and two touchdowns running the ball. He has caught 21 passes for 569 yards and nine touchdowns. On defense, his true home, he has 45 tackles with four interceptions, a fumble caused, and a fumble recovered.

Dalvin Warmack, RB
5-9, 185, 4.45
Blue Springs, Mo.
Oklahoma State went to see Warmack earlier this month and has offered. He has continued to post big numbers in the playoffs and did his part in helping Blue Springs to the Class 6A state championship on Friday night with 13 carries for 68 yards in helping his team go ahead 21-0 before leaving the game with an injury. Entering the championship game Warmack ha 223 carries for 2,054 rushing yards with an 9.2 yards per carry average and 28 touchdowns. He had also caught 16 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns. He is really talented and reminds some of a Kendall Hunter-type back.

Michael Warren, RB
6-1, 185, 4.45
Lawton, Okla.
Warren has crashed the recruiting scene and in a big way. Schools like Washington State, Oregon State and Toledo have offered and now schools from the Big 12 are joining in. He is a strong vision runner that runs with his eyes and he is good at it. He also has high end straight speed. Lawton went 11-1 and lost in the state quarterfinals. Warren had a whopping 2,512 rushing yards on 269 carries. That is a per carry average of 9.3 yards. He has also scored 26 touchdowns. He has seven receptions for 163 yards with two touchdowns.

Kenny Young, ILB
6-2, 225, 4.65
River Ridge (John Curtis), La.
Young was in Stillwater in August for an unofficial visit and said he'd be coming back for an official look. He is one of the top linebacker prospects in the nation and has 102 tackles and three sacks so far for a 8-2/4-0 team that had a showdown game in the Louisiana state playoffs on Friday night against Evangel Christian.

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