Offensive Line Visit Tied To Friendswood Camp

Word leaked out of the Oklahoma State football offices Tuesday that there were two big guys visiting and spending time with the Cowboys staff. There were two big visitors and one of those visitors was with the Cowboys coaches on Friday evening at Friendswood High School as part of the Mary Hardin-Baylor Crusader Elite Camp series with the OSU coaches as guest coaches.

Mackenzie Nworah is a powerful offensive guard prospect. When you watch him on tape, he is equally adept at pass protection and light on his feet and at being a mauler on run blocking. Nworah was at the Friendswood camp and is an offer already for the Cowboys. He wasted no time getting back to the Oklahoma State staff as he was on campus for an unofficial visit on Tuesday.

The same day, Kansas eight-man star lineman Isaiahh Loudermilk was on campus. Loudermilk is a 6-7, 270-pound offensive and defensive lineman at West Elk High School in Howard, Kansas.

We've tried to reach both of the players and are still trying but one of the coaches at Manvel, Coach Kendrick Crumedy posted a photo on Twitter as he was obviously taking his top players on a tour that included SMU, Oklahoma State, Missouri, Kansas State, and Kansas.

As for the rest of the Friendswood camp, Faith West Academy running back Laird Cort ran a 4.5 in the forty and got some attention. A 2016 prospect, Cort is 5-11, 172 pounds and has loads of athletic ability.

At the receiver position there were a pair of Manvel starters and both 2016 prospects at the camp. Hunter Hagdorn is a 5-11, 166-pound receiver who is an excellent student and reflected in that he has offers from Harvard and Illinois. Last season he caught 22 passes for 375 yards and 3 touchdowns.

A bigger and more physical receiver prospect is Sean Dykes. Yes, he is the son of Hart Lee Dykes brother, Billy Dykes. Memphis and New Mexico have offered. Last season Dykes caught 31 passes for 498 yards and 11 touchdowns, meaning one of every three catches as for a score.

Jhamon Ausbon is a 2017 receiving prospect who now has an offer from Oklahoma State. The 6-2, 208-pound Ausbon also has early offers from Baylor, Maryland, and Texas A&M.

Nworah was outstanding in the Friendswood camp and he moves well for a big guy. Ryan McCollum of Spring Klein Oak is a 6-5, 273-pound tackle prospect who is a 2016 class recruit. He ran a impressive 5.1 and 4.65 in the 5-10-5 agility drill was also very good. Air Force, Houston, Nevada, Northwestern, and Texas State have offers in for McCollum.

Travis Bruffy out of Ridge Point High School is a 6-7, 265-pound tackle prospect and also in the 2016 class. Louisiana Tech, ULL, New Mexico, Rice, and Texas Tech have offered.

Grayson Reed is a 2017 prospect who has offers from Oklahoma State as well as TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Boise State, Houston, and Tulsa so far. Reed is 6-4, 294 and is athletic. He ran a 5.4 in the forty and had a 4.78 in the agility.

Back to Manvel again, Hasaun Glasgow is a thin prospect at defensive line but one of those guys that you have a good idea will fill out and be a player. He is 6-5, 221 and ran a 4.63 forty. I can see this guy being 6-5 and 265 pounds and a beast in college. He has offers from Louisville and the Cardinals are pressing. I don't blame them as Illinois, Memphis, Nevada, New Mexico State, SMU, and Texas State have also offered and I predict there will be more to come.

Finally, there were two pretty good defensive back prospects at Friendswood. Langston Frederick has an interesting name and the 2017 prospect is 5-10, 178 pounds and runs a 4.5 flat. Last season he had 47 tackles with three for a loss, four break-ups, a fumble forced, a fumble recovered, and an interception.

Patrick Rosette is also a corner prospect and maybe a safety. The 2016 prospect ran a 4.48 and that gets attention. He also broad jumped a very good 10'4" and his agility time was 4.21. He is committed to Houston, but showed up at the camp. Could he have been spying. He spied well enough last season for 63 tackles, a tackle for loss, and three forced fumbles.


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