Recruiting: Adcock Picks the Cowboys

The Oklahoma State Cowboys picked up a commitment from junior college offensive lineman Levy Adcock on Tuesday night. The 6-foot-6, 315-pound sophomore-to-be from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College hopes to report to Oklahoma State in June, and will be eligible for the 2009 season.

"I just got off the telephone talking with Coach (Mike) Gundy and Coach (Joe) Wickline, and I told them I'm coming to Oklahoma State," said Adcock, who made the telephone call after playing in NEO's spring game Tuesday night.

Adcock has spent the past two years at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami. He redshirted as a freshman out of Claremore (Sequoyah), Okla., in 2007, and played offensive guard last season for the Norsemen.

But this spring he had been moved to tackle, and played the right tackle position in Tuesday night's spring game. "I'm more of a hybrid-type lineman, and I'm not sure where they'll want to play me at Oklahoma State," said Adcock, who will have three years of eligibility remaining.

"I'm going to try to report in June," said Adcock. "I'm going to try to learn everything as fast as possible, and get a starting position. The quicker I can get there and get started, the better."

Adcock also had offers from Arkansas, Kansas State, Louisville and Missouri. Oklahoma had reportedly offered but withdrew it in recent weeks.

"It's Big 12 football, it's relatively close to the house and they're No. 6 in the nation," said Adcock. "I like the facilities, I like the coaching staff, I like the campus, and I like Stillwater."

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