Recruiting: Isaac Maselera Talks Junior Day

Isaac Maselera was the first person in Oklahoma State's recruiting class for 2011, committing to the Cowboys last October, midway through his junior season at Glenpool (Okla.) High School. The standout safety was one of about 120 prospects who attended Oklahoma State's record-setting Junior Day on Sunday, and he talked to about the experience.

The 6-foot, 185-pound Maselera said that he enjoyed visiting with all the coaches and players who made the trip to Stillwater for Junior Day. "It was pretty cool," he said.

"They took us back by position groups and showed us film of different types of coverages," said Maselera of the defensive back group of about 15 prospects.

However, the highlight for Maselera was sitting down and visiting with Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy. "I got to talk to Coach Gundy, and meet him in person. Me, him and my mom got to talk. That was pretty cool. Getting the chance to talk to a D-1 coach, especially at a school like OSU, was pretty cool," he said.

Maselera also met the other two high school juniors who have committed to Oklahoma State – quarterback J.W. Walsh from Denton (Guyer), Texas, and offensive lineman Travis Cross from Plano (West).

"We just kind of ran into each other … they're pretty cool. The funny thing is that the lineman (Travis Cross) is from the same town where I was born – Plano," said Maselera.

The standout safety prospect said Sunday's trip to Stillwater just cemented his decision from four months ago. "I'm still OSU bound. Today just really convinced me … I'm 100 percent. I'm all OSU," he said.

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