Houston Cypress Falls safety Andre Sexton said his phones have started ringing. The 6-1, 195-pound safety was the Houston Touchdown Club Defensive Player of the Year.
"Yes, I was hearing from a lot of schools today," said Sexton. "It's like everybody knew that Oklahoma State was changing coaches."
So, how does Sexton feel?
"Me, my parents, and my coach are just waiting to see what happens," said Sexton. "I'm still committed to Oklahoma State and right now I'm planning on staying with them. Coach DeForest called today and the fact that he is staying is reassurance. I really want to see who else is on the staff because the coach that was going to coach me left."
Sexton added that he is looking forward to talking with new head coach Mike Gundy.
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