Oklahoma State had been rock steady over the last month with offensive tackle Derek Kerstetter from San Antonio being the last commitment to come off the Oklahoma State list,
The Cowboys haven't lost any of their current 17 commitments they are waiting to finalize next Wednesday on signing day, but Cowboy back prospect Tyler Henderson is currently in Waco on the Baylor campus making a short mid-week visit to new head coach Matt Ruhle and the Bears.
Henderson, who committed to Oklahoma State on Nov. 23, is 6-4, 220 pounds. He is scheduled to visit the Cowboys officially this weekend. That gives the Cowboys the last word face-to-face with the multi-position player out of Lehman High School in Kyle, Texas.
It also gives Oklahoma State a few days to see what else is on the list for the Cowboy back role in case Henderson were to change his mind.
Henderson played in the backfield, some h-back or slot, and at end on defense this season. He had 72 carries for 482 yards rushing with seven touchdowns. He caught 23 passes for 185 yards and three touchdowns.
His physical skills are really good with a reported 4.43 in the forty, 37-inch vertical jump, 280-pound max on the bench, and 400-pound max on the squat. He had been committed to the Naval Academy when he committed to Oklahoma State, but he also reportedly visited Navy.