I don't know if Oklahoma State fans should be nervous or not, but Jeremy Broadway says it is nothing to worry about. The 6-foot, 175-pound speedster of a wide receiver says he is still firmly committed to Oklahoma State even though he has scheduled a visit this weekend to Wisconsin.
Broadway has continued to get calls from some schools, including Wisconsin and Arizona, even after making his early summer commitment to OSU.
"I talk to coach DeForest every day almost," said Broadway of OSU special teams coordinator Joe DeForest, who is recruiting him. "He knows I'm going to be a Cowboy."
Broadway is like a lot of recruits who just seem to want to make a trip or two. The Badgers are hosting Penn State this Saturday in Madison, and Broadway is going to check it out.
He is scheduled to be in Stillwater Oct. 16 to see Oklahoma State host Texas A&M for homecoming, and that weekend will serve as his official visit with the Cowboys.
Recruiting Update: Jeremy Broadway
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