The Oklahoma State football coaching staff will punctuate its final weekend before the start of fall camp by running some 2017 and 2018 potential prospects through the final mini-camp of the summer. The camp could see as many as 150 players on the Oklahoma State campus and it is reported that they have about 110 players that have signed up via email for the event that will be held in the Sherman Smith Training Center.
A few of the players (prospects) that Go Pokes and Scout have identified that will be on hand include Beaumont Central tight end and defensive end James Anderson; 2018 multiple athlete Tre'Von Bradley of Cleburne, Texas; jumbo Kingwood, Texas lineman Chris Elam; Owasso tight end Ethan Garner; Tulsa Edison cornerback Marcus Mays, and one of my favorites that Oklahoma State saw on the Texas satellite camps in Hurst, Texas Kameron Session, a running back out of Mansfield Legacy High School.
Session is only 5-7, 180 pounds but he performed really well at the Mary Hardin-Baylor satellite camp at L.D. Bell High School in Hurst. Session last season rushed for 1,291 yards on 224 carries and he scored 15 touchdowns rushing and had one on a pass reception. He is a very productive player. Session is a 2017 prospect that has garnered recruiting attention but schools want to see him as a senior.
Anderson is a 6-2, 225-pound tight end and defensive end at Beaumont Central High School and he runs a 4.9 in the forty. He is a 2017 prospect.
Mays is another 2017 prospect out of Tulsa Edison High School. He is 6-1, 175 pounds and could play corner or safety. He is verbally committed to Memphis.
Bradley is a very attractive 2018 prospect out of Cleburne, Texas. Last season he completed 109-of-197 passing for 1,480 yards and five touchdowns. On the ground he carried 195 times for 1,034 yards and 19 touchdowns. He is 5-11, 185 pounds and projects as a wide receiver at the college level, according to Scout.
Another 2018 prospect is 6-5, 300-pound Elam out of Kingwood. The big offensive tackle has big numbers in the weight room and is already garnering attention.
This is also a big weekend for unofficial visits and Mansfield Timberview's David Anenih and Monroe (Neville), La. standout athlete Jaiden Cole are expected to stop in for a look at Oklahoma State. Anenih is a 6-3, 225-pound defensive end and Cole is a quarterback/running back/wide receiver all rolled into one that is 6-1, 195 pounds.