Walterscheid Hosted By Mason Rudolph

Standout wide receiver and defensive end Cole Walterscheid of Muenster, Texas was one of the 18 official visitors -- all players committed to the Cowboys -- that Oklahoma State entertained this weekend. Walterscheid said he was hosted by one of his freshmen classmates that just recently arrived for the spring semester in South Carolina standout quarterback Mason Rudolph.

"We were able to look at each other almost eye to eye," said the 6-6 Walterscheid of the 6-4 1/2 Rudolph. "The visit went great. I loved it. It stood out how nice all the people are and the food. We had steak the first night and that was really good."

Walterscheid, who is a two-time All-State and three-time all-district honoree in football while playing in Class A, had 42 receptions for 950 yards and 12 touchdowns this past season. He said he didn't know his defensive stats but felt they were a little better than the 53 tackles, 24 tackles for loss, 8 sacks, and pair of interceptions that he had as a junior.

"They are still planning on me playing on defense, defensive end," he said of his future at Oklahoma State.

As for his more immediate future, this spring at Muenster, he said he would lighten his sports load a little.

"I will run track," Walterscheid added. "I won't play baseball and I will spend more time working out and lifting to try and get bigger."

He has an 11.6 seconds time in the 100 meters and he also has a 22-feet, half-inch long jump. This past football season he played at 6-6 and 205 pounds.


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