The Cowboys added four commitments with another commitment close. Houston Washington wide receiver Jeremy Broadway (6-0, 185, 4.42) gave a commitment over the weekend and he is added to Garber, Okla. offensive line prospect Brady Bond (6-6, 255, 5.0). The other three verbal commitments are from junior college defensive linemen Willie Williams and Josh Pinaire out of Hutchinson C.C. in Kansas and former Cowboy signee Tevin Williams, originally out of Stillwater and now at NEO A&M J.C.
One of the real standouts in the three day padded camp was DeSoto, Texas linebacker Bradley Baree. The 6-0, 225 pound Baree ran a 4.6 in the forty and in contact action knocked another player out cold. It was no cheap shot, just a bigtime hit. Baree is reported to be close to committing to OSU.
On the offensive side of the ball, Broadway was spectacular in his abilities and the standout thrower was 6-3, 190 pound Zach Robinson out of Chatfield High School in Littleton, Colo. Robinson is a really good looking quarterback.
Another teriffic athlete was Elston Forte out of Little Rock, Ark. Forte could wind up playing a myriad of positions with his speed.
Offensive and defensive linemen stood out in the camp. Oklahoma State offered a pair of big offensive tackle prospects. They already had a commitment from Garber's Brady Bond in camp. Bond saw some increased competition from some of the larger school players that were there. Edmond North's Ben Barresi (6-5, 285) was impressive and was offered a scholarship. Another linemen in camp we are still trying to track down out of Missouri was offered a scholarship.
Two line prospects that didn't get offered, but were told that they kept themselves in contention were Arlington Bowie defensive tackle Brad Sellers (6-3, 280) and Edmond Memorial center/noseguard Zach Allen (6-2, 277).
In the kicking game, a pleasant surprise was Edmond Memorial punter Cole Reynolds. Reynolds is not listed much, but is a solid prospect.
The prospect mini camp had a number of standouts for the half day gathering including Edmond Santa Fe safety and receiver Reggie Smith, Stillwater defensive end Russell Brorsen, and Sulphur linebacker Eric Preast from in-state. Out of Texas the prospects included Houston Westside running back R.J. Jackson, Houston Cyrpess Falls lineman John Landa, Mansfield-Summit running back Kestahn Moore, Corsicana offensive lineman Louis Vasquez, and Southlake Carroll quarterback Chase Daniel.
In a couple of other recruiting notes top Texas defensive lineman Vincent Oghobaase out of Alief Hastings is scheduled to visit the campus and talk with the OSU coaching staff along with his father on Tuesday. Oghobaase is 6-6, 300 pounds.
It also looks like Galena Park Northshore tight end Dajleon Farr has left Oklahoma State off of his top five list at this time. This is a surprise, but the front runners for Farr, at his time, appear to be LSU and USC
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