Bundage (pictured above) has a safety build with a 6-3 frame and you can see him in the role of that hybrid "star" linebacker position that Oklahoma State is recruiting him for. Coats is almost as tall as Bundage and according to his defensive coordinator Chris Rose at Santa Fe and his linebacker coach, father, and former OU standout linebacker Mike Coats Sr., he has grown an inch or more since last season.
Earlier in the day, Jenks wide receiver Dillon Stoner reported an Oklahoma State scholarship offer on his Twitter account. Stoner is a 6-0, 180-pound receiver with 4.45 speed and a number of offers already.
Jonathan Marshall out of Shepherd, Texas is still on campus or was as of Friday. It's hard to miss the 6-3, 250-pound defensive end that is verbally committed to TCU, but is in Stillwater participating mentally, not physically, in the camp as some of his high school coaches work the camp.
We watched some of camp on Friday afternoon and noticed a few prospects that caught our eye.
Garrett Jarwin is the younger brother of current Cowboy back standout Blake Jarwin. The younger Jarwin, 6-4, 225 pounds, played offensive line at Tuttle last season and wore number 59. But the Tigers may need to get him a number below 50 or above 79 this season as he practiced in camp as a tight end catching passes and he needs to stay there. He is just a junior this upcoming season, but may have promise in following in big brother's footsteps.
Quint Scoufos (Class of 2016) is another player who could consider a move to a Cowboys backs' position of tight end, h-back, or fullback. Scoufos is a pro-style quarterback at Sallisaw, Okla., and likely stays there for the Black Diamonds after rushing for 605 yards and 17 touchdowns last season while completing 115-of-223 passing for 1,290 yards with 6 touchdowns and 6 interceptions.
Scoufos is 6-4, 235 pounds and would be a strong candidate to make the move to Cowboy back, following in the footsteps of other high school quarterbacks such as Jeremy Seaton (Cashion) and Britton Abbott (Liberal, Kan.).
Another younger prospect in camp that caught our eye was offensive lineman Harrison Creed from Ulysses, Kan. The 6-5, 315-pound Creed is just going to be a junior this upcoming season. He is a three-sport big man at Ulysses, playing football, basketball, and baseball. I will tell you the bat looks small in his hands. He was impressive in one-on-one drills. He plays too high like most high schoolers but his strength wins the battles.