"I didn't run that much because I'm nursing a little injury," said Staley, "but we've got important meets coming up in late April. As far as recruiting I'm still trying to sort it out, which schools have offered and which ones I want to look at closer. I did go up to an Oklahoma State practice about two weeks ago."
Staley doesn't sound like a prospect that will end up making an early commitment when we asked whether the NCAA should offer an early signing day for football, he didn't think it would apply to him.
Oklahoma State is recruiting Staley as a running back, but the 6-0, 200-pounder with 4.5 speed in the 40-yard dash is being recruited by other schools as a defensive back, linebacker, wide receiver, and by some as a quarterback.
Recruiting: Kye Staley Update
GoPokes Top Stories
Hubbard Finishes Prep Career In Brave FashionOklahoma State running back commit Chuba Hubbard broke the fibula in his left leg in his final high school game, but returned to play after suffering the injury. He said no surgery…
GoPokesYesterday at 5:00 PM
Gundy Heading To Visit Patrick MaconMike Gundy left Stillwater today to fly to Yuma, Arizona for a personal visit with NJCAA All-American linebacker candidate Patrick Macon of Arizona Western College.
GoPokesYesterday at 4:47 PM
Trio Of Cowboys Named First Team All-Big 12Eight Oklahoma State players received All-Big 12 honors as selected by the Associated Press, including first-team selections Jordan Sterns, Vincent Taylor and James Washington.
GoPokesYesterday at 4:41 PM
Baylor Hires Temple Head Coach Matt RuhleBaylor has announced the hiring of former Temple head coach Matt Ruhle to lead the Bears program, a day after it was reported that Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy had talked with…
GoPokesYesterday at 1:47 PM
Rumors Say Gundy Meeting With BaylorMike Gundy is reportedly meeting with Baylor Athletic Director Mack Rhoades about the school's head coaching position.
GoPokesMonday at 5:31 PM