There is also one unofficial visitor coming to Stillwater in offensive lineman Javius Townsend from Dallas (Madison), Texas. The 6-4, 280-pound Townsend has been committed to Texas Tech but he, like Porter, is having doubts following the coaching change from Mike Leach to Tommy Tuberville.
Oklahoma State is one of the schools that has offered a scholarship to Townsend. He has said he is making a trip to Stillwater for a quick look at OSU on Friday.
With quarterback Johnny Deaton, linebacker Caleb Lavey, cornerback Devin Hedgepeth, and a junior college cornerback Malcolm Murray are already on campus having enrolled for the spring semester. Four other OSU commits -- Arlington Bowie tandem wide receiver Montra Nelson and defensive tackle Diamonte Wheeler, Texarkana quarterback Nathan Sorenson, and Ford Bend Hightower linebacker Shaun Lewis -- visited during the season.
The only player that is committed that will not have visited yet is defensive tackle Calvin Barnett of Tulsa (Washington), Okla., who is fresh off a good performance in the U.S. Army All-American Game.
There is no danger it would seem of Barnett abandoning his pledge as his mother wanted him to stay home this weekend and catch up on the class work he missed in the week he was in San Antonio for the All-American Game. OSU defensive coordinator Bill Young is the recruiting coach and made a home visit with Barnett during the week.
All-State selection helped lead Lions deep in the playoffs
Kris Catlin, LB, 6-1 1/2, 215, 4.64, San Antonio (Madison), Texas
All-San Antonio selection played for a stout squad upset in the playoffs
Davidell Collins, OL/DL, 6-6, 254, 4.89, Bearden, Ark.
Underrated player that has been to two state championship games in three seasons
Lavocheya Cooper, DB, 6-1, 188, 4.52, Arp, Texas
Two-time All-State selection that played both ways
Zack Craig, DB, 6-3, 180, 4.5, Smithson Valley, Texas
Track standout that played well for powerhouse and both parents are OSU grads
Eli Dickerson, OL, 6-6, 279, 5.19, The Woodlands (College Park), Texas
Talented and smart, he was previously committed to Rice
Chris Dinkins, WR, 6-2, 205, 4.4, Tyler (Lee), Texas
Explosive player that willed underdog Lee deep into the playoffs
Justin Gilbert, CB, 6-0, 178, 4.35, Huntsville, Texas
Speedster that attracted a ton of attention and he committed to OSU
Deion Imade, DB, 6-0, 175, 4.5, Rowlett, Texas
An all-district player that committed to Oklahoma State early as a safety
Jacob Jenkins, OL, 6-3, 255, 4.9, Gilmer, Texas
Helped blcok Gilmer to a state championship in Texas Class 3A
Kevin Johnson, WR, 6-2, 190, 4.39, Houston (Cypress Ridge), Texas
One of the most gifted receivers in Texas, looked great in summer camp, unselfishly played QB this season
Daniel Koenig, OL, 6-6, 260, 5.1, Cape Coral, Fla.
Helped lead Cape Coral to the school's best record ever
Chris Littlehead, DT, 6-3, 305, 5.2, Tahlequah (Sequoyah), Okla.
Played both ways and led Sequoyah to an unbeaten regular season
Stephen Maeweather, LB, 6-3, 215, 4.6, Houston (Sharpstown), Texas
Talented athlete that made an early commitment to Oklahoma State
Joseph Okafor, DE, 6-7, 250, 4.8, Houston (Bellaire), Texas
Big enough to be considered an a defensive tackle but quick enough for defensive end
Joseph Randle, RB, 6-0 1/2, 190, 4.45, Wichita (Southeast), Kan.
One of the most talented running back prospects in the Midlands
Tommie Saunders, DB/LB, 6-1, 195, 4.55, San Antonio (Madison), Texas
One of the top rated players in the San Antonio area
Larry Stephens, CB, 6-0, 180, 4.5, Galena Park (North Shore), Texas
All-district corner prospect from one of the top powerhouse programs in Houston area
All-Stater was committed to Texas Tech and is now considering other options