Recruiting: Antwaun Harris Heading to OSU?

Oklahoma State received the letters of intent from 28 players Wednesday, but that doesn't mean the Cowboys are finished adding players. The events on National Signing Day, including Graig Cooper's decision to sign with Miami (Fla.) and the decision by defensive end Rajon Henley to opt for Texas Tech, could be good news for former Brigham Young University receiver Antwaun Harris.

The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Harris is reportedly deciding to transfer from BYU to either Oklahoma State or Oregon. He visited Stillwater the weekend of Jan. 21-22 and indicated that he would not make a decision on National Signing Day.

"I won't sign on Feb. 1, but instead will sign later or just announce where I am going to go," Harris told GoPokes.com after his visit two weeks ago. "I have to take care of my academic work at Richland College down here (in Texas) and get eligible and then I'll be ready."

Harris, who played at South Garland High School in Garland, Texas, before signing with BYU, is the cousin of current Cowboy freshman basketball player Terrel Harris. Harris caught 38 passes for 820 yards (an average of 21.6 yards per catch) and 10 touchdowns his senior year of high school.

He was recruited to BYU by current Cowboy assistant Todd Bradford, and chose the Cougars after receiving offers from Iowa State, Kansas, Texas Christian, Baylor and Wyoming.

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