Recruiting: Cowboy Camp News

The individual three-day Mike Gundy Football Camp is completed and the Oklahoma State staff has a prospect camp for juniors and seniors scheduled for Sunday afternoon. The camp will include testing of prospects, on-field instruction, and a tour of facilities.

On Friday, during the Gundy Camp, Oklahoma City Millwood wide receiver Tramaine Swindall and athlete Gerald Jones came in and participated during one session before moving on over the weekend to Tulsa and to Arkansas. Swindall displayed good ball skills in catching a lot of passes and seemed to impress the Oklahoma State coaching staff. Swindall is a 6-3, 190-pounder with 4.6 speed that has previously committed to Texas Tech, but is apparently open to being recruited, including Oklahoma State. Jones was very impressive and is a major in-state target for the Cowboys.

We did not see him work, but we were told Simi Fili was in for part of camp and was flat out dominating.

"That guy from Utah is impossible," said one camper working with the defensive line. "He is the best defensive lineman I've ever seen up close. He could not be blocked."

As for the list of prospects that will attend the half-day camp on Sunday it is impossible to know until the camp starts. Lawton Ike wide receiver De'Von Bailey said he will attend, along with at least six of his teammates including starting quarterback Chris Stutzriem (6-3, 220). Bailey (6-2, 200) has said OSU is leading for his commitment and that could come as early as Sunday.

Some of the other Oklahomans expected to be on campus Sunday include Norman cornerback Ryan Broyles (5-11, 170), Oklahoma City Heritage Hall defensive tackle Quinton Prince (6-4, 300), and Tulsa Washington running back Michael Harris (5-9, 180). Broyles and Prince are holding offers from the Cowboys, while Harris is still being evaluated.

Texans Detron Lewis (6-0, 190) and Alex Russian (6-4 1/2, 222) are both expected in along with the possiblity of nationally rated defensive end/linebacker Richetti Jones of Dallas Lincoln. Lewis is a standout wide receiver from A&M Consolidated in College Station that was also at the Cowboys satellite camp in Houston. Russian is a tight end out of Round Rock that the Cowboys offered in May.

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