Cowboys Add Trio Of Commitments

Oklahoma State has added four commitments to bring their total number to five early commitments for the 2005 recruiting class. Verbal commitments are non binding and nothing is official until signing day on Feb. 2. The big name on the list is Houston Washington wide receiver Jeremy Broadway.

Jeremy Broadway committed to the Cowboys following the three day camp and prospect mini camp held this weekend in Stillwater. Last season, as a junior, Broadway caught 30 passes for 620-yards and nine touchdowns. The 6-0, 185 pound Broadway ran a 4.42 in the Oklahoma State camp over the weekend, but says he has run a sub 4.4 time.

"I made my decision for a multiple of reasons," said Broadway from his home on Monday night. "I enjoyed being at the camp and Coach DeForest and Coach Miles seem just as interested in me as a person as in me as a player. I met my receivers coach, Coach Monken and he is cool. I was real high on Syracuse, but I can't just make my decision for myself. I didn't want to be off at school playing football and going to school and be so far away from my family. I want to be close to my family."

Broadway added that he is also interested in playing as a freshman and Oklahoma State assured him that if he earned it, he could play as a freshman. He wants to follow the path Rashaun Woods took tp playing at the next level.

Broadway has already been nominated for the U.S. Army All American Game. He had 13 scholarship offers to mull over and narrowed it down to Oklahoma State, Syracuse, and Arizona before committing to OSU. He is also good friends with current Cowboys Bobby Reid and Stephen James.

The next trio of commitments are all junior college players as standout junior college defensive tackle Willie Williams of Hutchinson Junior College has committed to the Cowboys along with his defensive line teammate Josh Pinaire. Williams is 6-4, 303 pounds and runs a 4.94 in the forty. He is a preseason All American candidate in the junior college ranks and is orginally out of Dearing, Georgia. Pinaire is a 6-5, 290 pounder that runs a 4.7 and is originally from nearby Derby, Kansas.

The third junior college commitment is from very nearby as former Stillwater wide receiver and defensive back Tevin Williams has committed. Williams will finish up as a two-year starter at NEO A&M J.C. The 6-3, 215 pound receiver runs a 4.4

Those four commitments are added to Brady Bond, a 6-6, 255 pound offensive line prospect out of Garber, Okla. We have dropped Gerald Jefferson off the commitment list. The defensive end/linebacker out of New Orleans St. Augustine doesn't appear to be actually committed yet.

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