Two Wide Receivers Visiting OSU

On Wednesday, the current varsity players at Oklahoma State had cleared out with all of them getting a break until next Tuesday when they report for fall camp. However, the Cowboys assistant coaches were back in the office on Wednesday and wide receivers coach Kasey Dunn and offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich were busy entertaining a pair of wide receivers in the 2016 class.

The uncommitted prospect was Adewale Omotosho of Plano (Plano East), Texas. The 6-3, 190-pound Omotosho appears to be on a little tour of some schools that have offered as it was reported he also spent time at OU. He announced his stop to Oklahoma State on Twitter on Tuesday night.

"On the road to Oklahoma State in the AM! #GoPokes," Omotosho posted on his Twitter account.

He has offers from over 30 schools including Oklahoma State, OU, Arkansas, California, Duke, Iowa, Kansas, Miami (Fla.), Minnesota, Texas Tech, SMU, UCLA, and Washington. Last season he had 31 receptions for 582 yards with four touchdowns.

The committed player visiting Wednesday was Jenks standout Dillon Stoner. Stoner is a 6-0, 180-pounder who has been a huge contributor on both sides of the ball in the Trojans recent success. He is really fast and runs in the mid-4.4 range.

Stoner came in for part of the Cowboys three-day high school camp in June and blew the coaches away. He received an offer and did not waste anytime in accepting. Stoner is good friends and former high school teammates with current Cowboys safety Dylan Harding.

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