Recruiting: Adcock Likes What He Sees At OSU

A name you may want to remember is Chris Adcock. The young linemen was one of the standout group of big prospects that seemed to dominate the scene at Oklahoma State's Junior Day on Saturday. The busiest coaches we saw were offensive line coach Joe Wickline and defensive coordinator/defensive line coach Bill Young. The 6-4, 270-pound Adcock was one of Wickline's group.

The Dallas Christian Academy offensive and defensive linemen is being recruited more for his offensive prowess and he said the trip to Stillwater was an eye opener.

"It went well, really well," said Adcock. "I had never been up there before and I wanted to see what Oklahoma State had.

"The facilities were incredible. We took the tour of the new facilities for football and they will be the best anywhere. They were amazing. We had the opportunity to meet the players and coaches and I had a chance to meet with my position coach, Coach Wickline, and I really like the way he does things. He was good to get to know. We stayed for the first half of the basketball game (OSU vs. Texas) but then we needed to get home."

Adcock is hearing from many schools, including Texas A&M, Nebraska, TCU, SMU, Tulsa, and Vanderbilt. He has been to junior days now at OSU, A&M, TCU, and SMU.

"They are all a little bit different but then in some ways they are the same," he said. "It's hard to say which is better or worse in comparison. They are all a little different. It gives you things to think about."

Adcock said he hasn't decided what his major will be as he is considering both pre-med and engineering. He is an excellent student and, while he is not locked in, he has a timetable in his mind with recruiting.

"If it's up to me then I would like to have a decision made before the start of my senior football season," he said.

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