Recruiting: Stouffer Likes What He Saw At OSU

One of the top prospects out of tradition-rich Highland Park High School in Texas for the 2011 class is big offensive tackle prospect Kyle Stouffer. The 6-6, 290-pound Stouffer already has an offer from Texas Tech but he and his family took in Oklahoma State Saturday as part of the Cowboy Orange Blitz in recruiting on the Orange-White spring game day.

"It was really good," started Stouffer. "I liked the facilities, I liked the campus, and I really felt comfortable around the coaches.

"It was my first time to be up there but I was very impressed. I have visited Texas Tech and I've been to see Kansas State and also Northwestern."

Stouffer is a two-year starter that has good feet and is working on getting stronger. He has a 440-pound squat max and a 275-pound max on the bench press. He and his Scots teammates will get back on the field in a week to begin spring football practice.

Stouffer said he has not decided anything yet on summer camps but said he thinks he will try to attend some. He just hasn't sat down to decide which ones. He admitted he was early in the recruiting process but you can tell he is very interested in discussing it.

Another characteristic that makes Stouffer attracive in recruiting is he is a good student. "Yes sir," he responded on the grades question.

"I haven't decided on a major but I know at Oklahoma State they have a good sports management program and that is something I am interested in, or maybe international studies."

Stouffer certainly stands out with his size and his recruiting interest is really picking up steam.

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