As far as we can tell, the three planned visitors are in Stillwater visiting Oklahoma State this weekend for the final official visit weekend before signing day Wednesday.
The three visitors are former Michigan State defensive tackle Enoch Smith Jr., who is currently at Butler County C.C. and was a schoolboy standout at Chicago's Mt. Carmel High School. Smith did not play a lot at Michigan State, and did not play at Butler this fall. He appears to have two years to play and he is excellent size at 6-3, 297 pounds. He was an excellent prospect coming out of high school.
The other visitors this weekend are both prospects for the Cowboy back positions, although very different type prospects, almost matching what Oklahoma State lost in graduation at the position with seniors and major contributors Blake Jarwin and Zac Veatch departing. Jarwin is a taller and leaner, more athletic receiver type, while Veatch is a bigger, more blocking style of player but also a good receiver.
High schooler Tyler Henderson, who while committed to Oklahoma State made a midweek official visit to Baylor, is 6-4, 220 pounds and had over 600 yards of total offense and 10 touchdowns this season. He played at Lehman High School in Kyle, Texas as a big receiver and a defensive end.
Junior college product Sione Finefeuiaki from College of San Mateo and Santa Clara (Wilcox), Calif., is a 6-0, 245-pound fullback-type who is very adept at blowing up defenders.
This fills out our list of every player that is committed and is not currently on campus as far as taking an official visit. Oklahoma State has a few official visits left, maybe they could use later if a fifth-year graduate transfer or late junior college or high school prospect were identified or became academically eligible. It could wind up being a luxury along with several scholarships that could be available.