Murray focused on a championship

Mt. San Antonio is 10-0 and ranked number one and one of the big reasons is the play of S Malcolm Murray (6-2, 200). The talented DB solidified the deep patrol of the Mounties and while he recently told he was focused on the playoffs, he also has in mind which two schools will definitely get visits after the season is complete…
November 16, 2010

Murray returns to Mt. SAC

Once he arrived in Stillwater, current Mt. San Antonio S Malcolm Murray (6-2, 210) decided he wasn't happy with his decision to sign with Oklahoma State, so he returned to Walnut, California to play in the system that helped make him into a top JUCO safety prospect and he wants schools to know he's available again and can sign with a school in December...
October 13, 2010

Malcolm Murray: His Coach's Take interviewed the high school coach for each of the Oklahoma State commitments in the days leading up to National Signing Day. In this installment of "His Coach's Take," we visit with Mt. San Antonio College head coach Robert Jastrab about Malcolm Murray, a 6-2, 210-pound junior college cornerback who enrolled at OSU in January for the spring semester.
February 2, 2010

Recruiting: Murray Looks Like a Great Fit

Mount San Antonio C.C. cornerback Malcolm Murray visited Oklahoma State last weekend and then became the first OSU signee for the 2010 recruiting class. He signed his papers before he left campus and is now set to return in January, and with his 6-2, 205-pound frame and speed is ready to add needed maturity and talent to a position that will be hit hard by graduation.
December 25, 2009

ScoutTV: Murray Locks Down

Malcolm Murray from Mt. Sac College (Cali.) is the most recent Oklahoma State commitment and he will provide a steady presence in the defensive backfield. Check out his 2009 highlights.
December 23, 2009

Recruiting: Murray Makes A Cowboy Decision

The defensive hero of Mount San Antonio's win in the California Junior College National Championship game over College of San Mateo is heading to Oklahoma State next season. The 6-2, 200-pound Murray has three years to play three seasons and will provide the Cowboys with some instant maturity at a position that is losing a lot of experience in Perrish Cox, Terrance Anderson and Maurice Gray.
December 20, 2009

Recruiting: Murray Visiting OSU, Not Illinois

The Oklahoma State Cowboys appear to be looking for some experience at the cornerback spot with three seniors playing their final games on Jan. 2 in the Cotton Bowl, including starters Perrish Cox and Terrance Anderson. We learned earlier this week about junior college standout corner Malcolm Murray, and found out Friday morning that he has decided to visit Oklahoma State this weekend.
December 18, 2009