He has not been interviewing with anybody this week, and told me he has been all over East Texas driving and recruiting for Oklahoma State. Our sluths out in East Texas back that story up claiming to know he was at basketball games Tuesday night watching Sulphur Springs quarterback Tyrik Rollison, scheduled to visit Jan. 16, and Texarkana (Texas High) wide receiver Cobi Hamilton, who was playing a game at Whitehouse.
According to his mother, Hamilton is still scheduled to make an official visit to Oklahoma State this weekend. Wickline and head coach Mike Gundy are also expected in the home before the visit this coming weekend.
Glass is a well respected individual in his field that has been courted on other occasions. His family is in Oklahoma and he is an Oklahoma State grad, but he also loves Florida. Glass knows how people at Oklahoma State, fans included, feel about him and the job he has done.
Personally, I think he will stay, but we will wait and see what happens.
Stafford, a Dallas Highland Park product, is a senior-to-be and Moreno, if he stayed, would be a redshirt junior. The pair are the major playmakers in the Bulldogs offense. Georgia opens the next season at Boone Pickens Stadium on Sept. 5.
*Cobi Hamilton, WR, 6-3, 198, 4.55, Texarkana (Texas), Texas - OSU (1/9), OU, Kansas, Baylor, Arkansas, Mississippi
*Jordan Barnes, LB, 6-1, 220, 4.5, Fort Wayne (Homestead), Ind. - De-committed from Michigan, OSU (1/9), Purdue (1/16), Alabama (1/24)
*Charlie Moore, Ath., 6-3, 200, 4.5, Bullard, Texas - Verbally commits to OSU (1/9) after de-committing from ULM.
The Cowboys also are apparently bringing in some other visitors on the weekend, including Little All-City Offensive Player of the Year and unanimous First Team All-State quarterback Turner Petersen of Oklahoma City Heritage Hall. Petersen (6-2, 190) ran for more than 700 yards and threw for more than 1,400 yards this season with a combined 39 touchdowns. He also had 98 tackles and five interceptions on defense and even kicked a field goal and punted for a 40-yard average for the 2A state champions.
Another need is another deep snapper and Tulsa Cascia Hall product Connor Sinko (6-3, 240) is coming in this weekend to take a look around.