We've been able to find out that Houston Bellaire (Episcopal) defensive tackle Marvin Wilson, one of the highest rated players in the state of Texas and in the nation, visited Oklahoma State on Sunday with quarterback Terrance Gipson, slot receiver Jaylen Waddle and Houston (Westfield) defensive tackle Keondre Coburn.
The four arrived at the Oklahoma State football offices in the West End Zone of Boone Pickens Stadium around 4:30 p.m. Sunday. They immediately spent time with head coach Mike Gundy, took some pictures with Oklahoma State gear, got a tour of the facilities, and then a tour of campus.
Each of the players also spent time with position coaches and other members of the staff. The prospects were accompanied by coaches and parents. In fact, we learned that Wilson's mother was there.
We have not been able to reach Wilson although we have tried. We understand the 6-5, 329-pound Wilson doesn't answer the phone much for recruiting reporters.
The 5-star recruit has over 150 tackles and close to 30 career sacks at Bellaire Episcopal where he is joined by another highly regarded recruit in tackle Walker Little (6-7, 300). Wilson, a five-star prospect with pretty much every source, has offers from Alabama, Auburn, Baylor, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, OU, Texas, USC, UCLA, Tennessee, and more including, of course, Oklahoma State.
Wilson is ahead of the game in almost every respect and he has already been named a U.S. Army All-American.