OSU Signs 21

Mike Gundy's first recruiting class as head coach at Oklahoma State University will have 21 players. Gundy confirmed Wednesday the following list of players had signed with the Cowboys. The class includes three junior college transfers who signed their letters of intent in December and are already on campus. Here's a look at all 21 players.

T.J. Bell, CB (5-11, 180, 4.38), DeSoto (Texas) H.S.
The younger brother of former Cowboy tailback and current Denver Bronco Tatum Bell. Bell earned first team All-District 7-5A honors this past season after registering 36 tackles, three interceptions and 14 passes broken up. Bell was also recruited by Kansas, Kansas State, Texas Tech, Missouri, Wisconsin and Utah.

Brady Bond, OL (6-6, 260, 5.25), Garber (Okla.) H.S.
Bond was a tight end while playing for eight-man Garber High School, but will be moved to the offensive line in college. He was named an Oklahoma Coaches Association All-Stater following the season.

Jeremy Broadway, WR (5-11, 180, 4.45), Washington H.S., Houston, Texas
Broadway caught 25 passes for 635 yards and six touchdowns this past season for Booker T. Washington High in Houston. He originally committed to the Cowboys but Texas Tech made a big push for Broadway after the coaching change in early January. But Broadway decided OSU was the place for him.

Larry Brown, DT (6-3, 290, 5.0), Georgia Military College
One of three junior college defensive linemen to sign with the Cowboys. Brown committed after visiting OSU this past weekend. He was an honorable mention NJCAA All-American this past season after recording 26 tackles (9 unassisted), 7 tackles for losses, three quarterback sacks, one quarterback pressure and one pass broken up.

Matt Fodge, K-P (6-0, 180), Garland (Texas) H.S.
His stats tell the entire story: 10-of-12 field goals, including a long of 52 yards and a 42.0 punting average this past season; made 26 of 33 field goals during his career. He earned second team All-State honors this past season as a senior. Graduated from high school in December and now taking classes at a local junior college.

Noah Franklin, OL (6-4, 295, 5.1), Vinita (Okla.) H.S.
Arkansas made a serious run at this Cowboy commitment following the coaching change, and he eventually took a trip to the Fayetteville, Ark., campus. But when push came to shove Franklin decided OSU was the place for him. He was named an Oklahoma Coaches Association All-Stater.

Jacob Lacey, CB (5-10, 170, 4.42), Naaman Forest H.S., Garland, Texas
Lacey played quarterback for Naaman Forest High and earned Offensive MVP honors in District 11-5A, but he will play cornerback at OSU. In just seven games this past season, Lacey rushed for nearly 1,200 yards and 14 touchdowns, and passed for almost 650 yards and one TD.

Andrew Lawrence, OL (6-4, 280, 5.2), Paulding County H.S., Dallas, Ga.
A late commitment from Georgia who new offensive line coach Joe Wickline saw during summer camp a year ago in Florida. Lawrence is one of four offensive linemen the Cowboys signed on Wednesday.

Andrew Lewis, OL (6-6, 265, 4.9), Joplin (Mo.) H.S.
Lewis, the son of former Texas A&M standout Steve Lewis, earned first team All-State honors as a center at Joplin High. He played both ways and earned first team all-conference honors at both center and defensive end. He chose Oklahoma State this past week after also being recruited by Southwest Missouri State and North Texas.

Calvin Mickens, CB (6-2, 185, 4.47), Ozen H.S., Beaumont, Texas
Mickens changed his mind from Nebraska to Oklahoma State within the last week. This past season he recorded 62 tackles, intercepted four passes and blocked an incredible 10 field goals. He also played offense where he caught 13 passes for 360 yards and four touchdowns.

T.J. Minor, DE (6-3, 240, 4.9), Westside H.S., Houston, Texas
The Defensive Player of the Year in the Houston Independent School District and also was named the Defensive Player of the Year in District 21-5A. During his senior season he had 87 tackles, 10 quarterback sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and three pass deflections.

Quinton Moore, CB (5-11, 185. 4.4), Pearland (Texas) H.S.
A second team All-Greater Houston selection and the Defensive MVP in District 24-5A, Moore selected OSU after being recruited by Arizona, Kansas State, Missouri and Texas Tech. During his senior season he recorded 108 tackles, blocked one field goal, had a kickoff return for a touchdown, five pass deflections and a fumble recovery.

Alex Odiari, LB (6-2, 225, 4.6), Hebron H.S., Lewisville, Texas
Odiari moved to the United States in 1998 from Nigeria and began playing football. He had an outstanding senior season, earning Defensive MVP honors in District 9-4A, while playing nose guard. He will moved moved to linebacker in college. He registered 108 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, eight quarterback sacks and returned a fumble for a touchdown this past season.

Eric Preast, LB (6-2, 218, 4.6), Sulphur (Okla.) H.S.
The Oklahoma Coaches Association All-Stater committed to the Cowboys back in August and has never wavered. He was an honorable mention All-Stater by both The Daily Oklahoman and Tulsa World.

Ricky Price, CB (6-0, 175, 4.42), Cypress Falls H.S., Houston, Texas
Price joins high school teammate Andre Sexton as a Cowboy. He originally committed to Missouri but switched his commitment last month after visiting Oklahoma State. He was named the MVP of Max Emfinger's High School All-American Game last September after making 11 catches for 198 yards and three touchdowns from his wide receiver position.

Zac Robinson, QB (6-3, 185, 4.5), Chatfield H.S., Littleton, Colo.
The Cowboys stole this first team All-Colorado selection from Kansas State in the last few days of recruiting. Robinson had an outstanding senior season, throwing for 1,475 yards and 15 touchdowns while also rushing for 1,078 yards and another eight TDs. He also was a first team Class 5A All-State selection and the Jefferson County Offensive MVP.

Andre Sexton, S (6-1, 190, 4.4), Cypress Falls H.S., Houston, Texas
Sexton was the Houston Touchdown Club Defensive Player of the Year this past season. He recorded 126 tackles, intercepted three passes, recovered seven fumbles, blocked three punts and two field goals, had two touchdown catches on offense and two special team touchdowns. Picked OSU after being recruited by Arizona State, Kansas, LSU, Wisconsin and Texas Tech.

Kevin White, RB (6-3, 208, 4.5), DeSoto (Texas) H.S.
A teammate of Cowboy signee T.J. Bell at DeSoto High School, White ran for 501 yards and two touchdowns this past season. He attended the Oklahoma State camp last summer and made quite an impression as the Cowboy coaching staff offered a scholarship and he accepted on the spot.

Three other junior college players signed in December and have already enrolled and are attending classes at OSU. Those three players are:
Ryan McBean, DL (6-5, 275, 4.87), Hinds (Miss.) Community College
McBean earned first team all-conference and first team all-Mississippi Junior College this past season with 59 tackles and seven quarterback sacks. McBean is expected to make an immediate impact on the Cowboy defensive line.

Josh Pinaire, DT (6-5, 290, 4.7), Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College
Pinaire was a first team All-Jayhawk Conference selection this past season as a sophomore. His numbers this past season speak volumes: 58 tackles, 31 unassisted, 14 tackles for loss, three quarterback sacks, one interception and one fumble recovery.

Tevin Williams, WR (6-3, 215, 4.4), Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Junior College
A former standout at Stillwater High School, Williams was placed at NEO by Oklahoma State two years ago.

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