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Cowboy Baseball Recruits Named All-Americans

Oklahoma State baseball signees Mitchell Stone, Conner Uselton and Ryan Vilade have been named MaxPreps high school All-Americans.

Deer Creek's Mitchell Stone, Southmoore's Conner Uselton and Stillwater's Ryan Vilade are already All-Americans as all three made their way to Wrigley Field for the Under Armour All-American Game last year, but they have been named All-Americans again, this time by MaxPreps.

They are the only three Oklahoma prep high school players named on the preseason team and all three have something else in common as they all signed in November with Oklahoma State and Cowboys head coach Josh Holliday.

Stone is a 6-9, 240-pound left-handed pitcher for Deer Creek High School and last season he finished with a 9-1 record and a 0.78 ERA. He threw 63 innings allowing 31 hits, 17 runs, but only seven of those earned. He also hit .247 with 17 RBI, nine doubles, and five home runs.

Uselton is centerfielder for the Sabercats and he hit .514 last season with 37 RBI and nine home runs. The 6-3, 185-pound Uselton bats right and throws right.

Vilade is the son of Oklahoma State assistant coach James Vilade and last year attended Frisco High School, but will be a Stillwater Pioneer this spring. He is 6-2 and 190 pounds and has a lot of pop in his bat as he won the Home Run Derby last year at Wrigley Field before the Under Armour All-American Game. 


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