Posted August 02, 2013 on oklahomastate.scout.com
Oklahoma State's Director of Recruiting Johnny Barr received a phone call Tuesday night from an old coaching friend, a former Division I head coach that is now active in advising recruits. His friend asked, "Are you guys getting Jake Hubenak to walk on at your place?" Barr told him that Hubenak had enrolled in the summer and had already taken classes and worked out in the Cowboys summer program.
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