Dallas (Dallas Christian), Texas safety prospect Kris McCune was happy with his official visit and when the 6-2,185-pound safety prospect was asked what was most impressive he pointed to the coaches.
"The visit went great and there wasn't anything that I didn't like, but I really enjoyed meeting and spending time with the coaching staff," McCune said. "It is something I will never forget, but I think meeting the coaches is what really stood out for me. How they are real with the players and how they put the players first. They have our back and that's the way you want your coaches to be."
McCune had a tremendous senior season and was selected 1st-Team All-State at safety in TAPPS Division II in Texas.
He is playing basketball right now and said he will also run track this spring. His plan is to major in business at Oklahoma State and he said he was impressed with the academic sessions over the weekend.
"That was really good," McCune said. "They laid it all out there for you and I really learned that once you get to Oklahoma State that if you will stay on top of things then you really shouldn't have a problem."
McCune said he is really looking forward to getting back to Oklahoma State. He added that his parents – mother, Marquita, and father, Reggie – had a good time on the visit as well.
"They loved it and what is most important to them is how I feel about it, and since I'm really excited I think they are too," McCune said.