Oklahoma State's home visit with Deondre Wudtee goes well

Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy and offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich met with Keondre Wudtee and his family on Thursday night in hopes of convincing him to sign with the Cowboys on Feb. 3.

There has not been the Oklahoma State "bat signal" equivalent of  "Pistols Firing" on Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy's Twitter account. But the word is the home visit with Gundy and offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich had with Keondre Wudtee and his family went well Thursday night.

We learned that the Cowboy coaches left the house a little before 9 p.m. and were on their way back to Stillwater. 

Wudtee has stayed quiet on his recruitment since he de-committed before Christmas from Louisiana Tech and has since picked up offers from Oklahoma State, TCU, and Missouri s well as other recruiting interest.

The 6-5, 200-pound Wudtee is a dangerous dual threat quarterback with a strong and accurate arm and the kind of athletic ability that bails an offense out of bad plays and makes them into good ones. 

Tonight he did respond, albeit, quite succinct to an inquiry as to how the visit went. "It was good," Wudtee text back to the question, how did the home visit go tonight?

Wudtee made his official visit to Oklahoma State last weekend and was seen wearing Oklahoma State clothing and his parents made a sizeable purchase at the OSU Bookstore in the Student Union. He is also scheduled to visit TCU this weekend and perhaps Louisiana Tech the final weekend in which visits can be taken before Feb. 3's National Signing Day. 

Through the regular season Wudtee was 136-of-236 passing for 2,544 yards with 29 touchdowns and only 9 interceptions. However, he had passed the 3,100 yard mark in the playoffs and added five touchdowns alone in an opening playoff route over Arcadia. His team was eliminated 41-27 in the semifinals by Zachary.


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