Recruiting: Huge Turnout For OSU-Texas

Our count showed that there were 35 prospects at Boone Pickens Stadium on unofficial visits to watch the Cowboys battle Texas on Saturday. Many of the young men in attendance have familiar names to recruiting enthusiasts.

As promised, Muskogee, Okla., defensive lineman Stacy McGee made the trip with his teammate and standout wide receiver Jameel Owens. Owens has already made an official recruiting visit to Oklahoma State on the homecoming weekend and the win over Kansas State. Owens was back along with his mother and appears to be strongly considering the Cowboys, but also has official visits scheduled to Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Florida. Owens as accepting congratulations on a huge win on Friday night over Owasso that clinched second-place in the district race and a home playoff game against Edmond North.

McGee was there with Muskogee assistant coach and former Oklahoma State linebacker Kenyatta Wright. McGee is a 6-4, 290-pound defensive line prospect with great speed and athletic talent.

Another very interesting prospect in attendance was defensive end Josh Williams of Denton (Ryan), Texas. Williams had committed late in the summer to Nebraska over Oklahoma State, but has reportedly been reconsidering that commitment. Westmoore defensive lineman Joey Fowler was back for the second game in a row. The standout defensive end with near tackle size is still listed as a commitment to Texas Tech, but he has shown a lot of interest in Oklahoma State.

Three players committed to the Cowboys were also at the game. One was Guthrie, Okla., all-purpose athlete Kye Staley. Staley and his Guthrie teammates are considered the favorites to win the Class 5A state championship in Oklahoma. Another committed player was offensive lineman Patrick Hoog from Medina Valley High School in Texas. Hoog reported that he and his teammates need a win next Friday to clinch a playoff spot. Wide receiver Isaiah Anderson of Wichita Falls, Texas, is a speedster that has had a stellar season for the Coyotes.

Below is a complete list of the prospects we saw at the game.
Prospects Committed to OSU
Isaiah Anderson, WR, Wichita Falls, Tex.
Patrick Hoog, OL, Medina Valley, Tex.
Kye Staley, Ath., Guthrie, Okla.

Other Prospects
(in alphabetical order)
Aaron Arterbourn, LB, Rockwall, Tex.
Trevor Brooks, LB, Muskogee, Okla.
Christian Brown, WR, Seguin, Tex.
Jeremy Cryer, LB, Kingston, Okla.
Colton Duncan, OL, McKinney (North), Tex.
Devin Feller, DB, Russell, Okla.
Austin Feuerborn, OL, Mustang, Okla.
Joey Fowler, DL, Oklahoma City (Westmoore), Okla.
Cody Gilmore, OL/DL, Kingston, Okla.
Keith Gooden, OL, Oak Ridge, Okla.
Michael Harmon, Guthrie, Okla.
Wesley Hays, QB, Oak Ridge, Okla.
Cody Hughes, OL, Moore, Okla.
T.J. Jones, DL, Coweta, Okla.
Joe King, OL, Oklahoma City (P.C. North), Okla.
Daytawion Lowe, DB, Midwest City (Carl Albert), Okla.
Beau Marsalin, QB, Blackwell, Okla.
Taylor McBane, QB, Savanna, Okla.
Stacy McGee, DL, Muskogee, Okla.
Curtis Mulkey, DE, Duncan, Okla.
Jameel Owens, WR, Muskogee, Okla.
Cameron Pund, OL, Oklahoma City (Westmoore), Okla.
Howard Scarborough, WR, Tulsa (Union), Okla.
T.J. Sims, RB, Oak Ridge, Okla.
Clayton Smith, Guthrie, Okla.
Randy Stanley, CB, Tulsa (Union), Okla.
Tyler Tettleton, QB, Norman (North), Okla.
Taylor Thompson, TE, Prosper, Tex.
Brandon Webb, OL, Owasso, Okla.
Cade Webb, DE, Kingston, Okla.
Coy Williams, DT, Kingston, Okla.
Josh Williams, Denton (Ryan), Tex.

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