Trio Of Texans Visit OSU

Three Texans and some of their family members made the trip to Stillwater on Thursday to watch Oklahoma State go through spring practice.

Quarterback Justin McMillan of Cedar Hill, Texas led his team to a state championship last December. The junior signal caller gets it done with his arm and his wheels.

In the title game, he completed 10 of 16 passes for 52 yards and a touchdown. Last season he threw for 2,500 yards and 30 touchdowns as well as running for over 500 yards.

The 6-2, 180-pound McMillan says that Auburn and Oklahoma State are recruiting him the hardest, while Baylor, Georgia, TCU, Texas, and Texas Tech have all been in contact.

Corey Smith is an outside linebacker who would most fit the Cowboys "star" linebacker position, the hybrid linebacker that also plays like a safety at times. Smith is 5-11, 205 pounds and earned second team all-district honors last season for the Duncanville Panthers just outside of Dallas.

Will Noble is a 6-4, 280-pound guard prospect out of Leander (Rouse), Texas. Noble was there on Thursday with his entire family checking out the Oklahoma State practice.

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