The Cowboys look like they will have a chore on their hands in keeping Duncanville safety Gremon Coffman. The 6-2, 200-pound turnover magician from the Duncanville defense said he is up in the air after the Oklahoma State coaching change.
"I'm up in the aire right now," said Coffman. "I don't even know how it's all going to shake out."
Coffman added that he would consider LSU if he were contacted by some of the former Oklahoma State staffers, which would be interesting to see if they were to attempt that. He also said he was going to visit Texas A&M and Oklahoma and might visit Arkansas or Texas Tech.
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