"I didn't make it up there because of a family emergency," said McDowell. "I spoke with Coach (Todd) Bradford (OSU assistant coach) and everything is fine."
McDowell said he intends to reschedule his visit with Oklahoma State, but has not set a date as of yet.
"I'm waiting and I'm going to rethink things with my parents," said McDowell, who added that Oklahoma State is in the mix.
The 5-10, 165-pound corner with blazing 4.3 speed didn't list his schools right now, but previously was listing Iowa State and Missouri along with Oklahoma State.
Recruiting: McDowell Has To Reschedule
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