Juwan Offray Talks OSU Visit

The New Orleans contingent of the Oklahoma State football recruiting class was part of the monster visit weekend as both Edna Karr High School standouts in cornerback Juwan Offray and defensive lineman Joyan Williams made the trip to Stillwater.

The pair were initially recruited by former Karr standout and former NFL defensive end Eric Henderson, who is now a graduate assistant coach for the Cowboys and played in college for OSU defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer.

Offray made a huge impression at Oklahoma State's one-day camp in the summer when he dominated the one-on-one and seven-on-seven competition so thoroughly that receivers were changing spots in line to avoid having to go against him.

"I remember that," laughed Offray, who went on this season to lead Karr to the Louisiana Class 4A state championship game where they lost to East Jefferson 38-28.

Offray said his visit went really well this weekend as he spoke to us driving home to Louisiana with his mother.

"It was fun and I really enjoyed it," he said. "What was really cool is the people, like all the people at OSU are so nice. That is what stood out to me on the visit."

Offray recently played in the Offense-Defense All-American Game. That game was televised while Oklahoma State was on the road and preparing to play in the Cotton Bowl and I missed it but Offray told me he had four tackles in the game and said he had a good time measuring himself against good players from across the country.

This spring, he said he will still play baseball at Karr. A centerfielder, he is regarded as a baseball prospect as well but said he will be in Stillwater for the summer to get ready for his freshman season.

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