Recruiting: Chelf Has A Good Time At OSU

"It was a blast," said Enid, Okla., product and Oklahoma State quarterback commitment Clint Chelf of his official visit to Oklahoma State over the weekend. "It was quite a bit of fun and I am glad that all of us decided to visit together on the same weekend."

Chelf was referring to fellow Oklahoma commitments to Oklahoma State like District 6A-4 rivals from Tulsa Union in running back Jeremy Smith and wide receiver Tracy Moore as well as Owasso offensive lineman Brandon Webb.

"I also got to know Daytawion Lowe (Midwest City Carl Albert safety) a lot better," said Chelf. "He is a good guy and I knew he was talented because I had watched some of the 5A state championship game on TV."

When the 6-3, 195-pound quarterback that ran for over 1,429 yards, passed for over 3,768 yards, and accounted for 52 touchdowns was asked if he was doing some recruiting this weekend, he said yes.

"I talked to the receivers that were there a little bit, Cobi Hamilton and Ja-Mes Logan," answered Chelf. "I encouraged them and told them I was looking forward to throwing the ball."

Chelf was hosted by former Enid offensive lineman Casey LaBrue, LaBrue is good friends with Chelf's older brother and new OSU walk-on wide receiver Colton Chelf. The elder Chelf will be a junior next season and competed the past two years at NEO A&M Junior College in Miami, Okla.

Chelf said he is still planning on running track for Enid this spring, but seemed very eager to get going with football at Oklahoma State.

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