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The countdown is on to the start of the early signing period for the 2019 class, and the Oklahoma State coaches are hard at work trying to fill out the class with the final missing pieces, not to mention continuing to work on future classes of Cowboys.Gundy Pays Top Targets a VisitCoach Gundy has been busy in the Gundy-copter checking in on all of Oklahoma State's 2019 commits https://www.ltoutletstore.com/...que_Strong_Jersey-98. He has also took the time to check in on two of the Cowboys' top remaining offensive targets; 4-star running back Deondrick Glass and 4-star receiver Langston Anderson.Had a great time tonight enjoyed the visit with Coach Gundy!! go pokes Deondrick Glassanderson because that [is] one of the most important things when looking at a school for me."Stokes would be a big get for Oklahoma State, with as much experience as they are losing on the defensive line. He would very likely be in line for early playing time with the Pokes, which is a great selling point for the Cowboy coaches.Cowboys Offer Two 2020 ProspectsWhile the press is on to wrap up the 2019 class, coaches aren't ignoring future classes. They extended scholarship offers to two 2020 prospects this week in 4-star running back Teriyon "Mookie" Cooper and 3-star linebacker Jeremiah "Jay" Harris.Cooper, a 5-foot-9, 178-pound back from Saint Louis, MO already has offers from 27 programs, including a whos-who of Blue Blood programs like Ohio State, Michigan, Texas, Alabama, Georgia, Auburn, Florida, Oklahoma, Penn State, and Nebraska.At the moment, Texas is listed as the favorite on 247 with all six crystal balls leaning Longhorn. Cooper has made multiple trips to Austin and currently has a teammate, senior receiver Marcus Washington, committed to Texas.He's listed as a back but did more damage his junior season as a receiver than he did on the ground: 28 receptions for 834 yards and nine touchdowns compared to 17 carries for 261 yards and three touchdowns Ezekeal Mata Jersey. He's an electrifying prospect, and after watching his highlights, it's no wonder he's so highly sought after.On the other side, Oklahoma State is getting in early on Jeremiah "Jay" Harris, a 6-foot-1, 195-pound inside linebacker. The Cowboys are just the second program, joining Tulsa, to offer the Pearland, Texas prospect.As a Junior, Harris wracked up 67 tackles, including 54 solo, 15 TFLs, and 11 sacks for Shadow Creek High School.Oklahoma State Targets Preferred Walk-OnsWhile all the focus is one scholarship athletes, another area of Oklahoma State's recruiting that has produced real talent has been their PWOs or preferred walk-ons.This year is no different as the Cowboys have already locked up at least one commitment and are targeting others as well. HB (December 11, 2018Senior Hunter Bowers plays quarterback and outside linebacker for Crescent https://www.ltoutletstore.com/Darren_Evans_Jersey-115,
Oklahoma. My guess is that, with Cowboy Back coach Jason McEndoo mentioned, that
the Cowboys are looking to bring him in as a CW. Size-wise, at 6-foot-4,
220-pounds, that makes sense as his height and size would make him a great
blocker and a tall-match-up for defenders to deal with in the passing game.The
Cowboys also made a PWO offer earlier this month to Zack Appiah, a senior tight
end at Edmond High School.Blessed and beyond thankful to receive a PWO from
Oklahoma State University!!
Football Recruiting: Offers, Official Visits, and PWOs, Oh My!