Hoops Recruiting: Is Moses Ready To Sign?

Marshall Moses of the Patterson School is expected to become the fifth player in Oklahoma State's signing class on Wednesday. The 6-7, 235-pound forward will join early signees James Anderson, Martavious Adams, Nick Sidorakis and Ibrahima Thomas as future Cowboys. We visited with Moses on Sunday evening as the first day of the spring signing day approaches this Wednesday.
April 9, 2007

Hoops Recruiting: Marshall Moses Announces?

Marshall Moses, the 6-7, 235-pound power forward from the Patterson School in Patterson, N.C., told me last week to call him back Monday night as he would have some information to report. We contacted him about 8:30 p.m. (Central time) and Moses said he had nothing to tell us. But about 10 o'clock the telephone rang and it was Moses, and this time he had some news to share.
January 29, 2007

BKB Recruiting: Has Moses Seen Promised Land?

We caught up with Marshall Moses as he was returning to The Patterson School in Patterson, N.C., Tuesday evening after spending the previous two days on his official visit to Oklahoma State. What did the 6-7, 235-pound power forward have to say about his two days in Stillwater, and experiencing Gallagher-Iba Arena for the first time during Monday night's Bedlam showdown? You may be surprised.
January 23, 2007

Hoops Recruiting: Moses To Visit This Weekend

Oklahoma State is looking to sign some post players during the April signing period with Mario Boggan and David Monds both using up their eligibility this season. One of those players whose signature that Sean Sutton wouldn't mind getting will be arriving in Stillwater on Sunday, and sticking around for Monday night's Bedlam showdown inside Gallagher-Iba Arena against Oklahoma.
January 20, 2007

Marshall Moses lists six schools

With the fall signing period closing in, six schools stand out for combo forward, Marshall Moses. Where does Moses stand?
October 21, 2006

Holy Moses: Marshall's Stock Rising

Marshall Moses has hardly been the model of stability. He's jumped around from school to school and for a while, it was still unclear which grade he was going to be in. Now the South Carolina native is comfortable in his surroundings - and his game is starting to take off.
October 5, 2006