Posted March 17, 2012 on
Perhaps no group will determine Oklahoma State’s success in the 2012-13 season as the men in and around the paint. The Cowboys aren’t losing anyone out of this group with Michael Cobbins, Le’Bryan Nash, J.P. Olukemi, Philip Jurick and Marek Soucek all returning at the three-through-five spots. It’s only gains on this front.
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Camp Opens: March 12Spring Game: April 21
Oklahoma State is fresh off the greatest season in school history, and easily the best two-year run ever. So right now, Mike Gundy is "The Man" in Stillwater, Okla. He was recently rewarded with an eight-year, $30.3 million contract extension.
Expectations will be high again in 2012, but OSU fans have to be a bit realistic as...
1. Justin Blackmon – JR (RS) – Oklahoma State (6-1, 207) Hometown: Ardmore, Okla. (Plainview)
STRENGTHS: Blackmon has the outstanding frame and physical tools that you look for in a top receiver at the next level. He has strong hands that allow him to secure tough grabs. Blackmon is also an aggressive pass catcher who will go up and fight for...
STILLWATER - Oklahoma State wrapped up its first week of spring football with the celebration of wearing shoulder pads for the first time. In pads meant a change for among other positions the running backs, as there was a legit inside drill. The Cowboys went close to two and a half hours and now will break for spring break.
Ra'Shaad Samples did make the trip from Dallas to Oklahoma State for a visit during the Cowboys spring football practice on Thursday, as it was reported earlier in the week by Scout.com recruiting analyst Ahmard Vital. Samples, the four-star wide receiver that plays for his father, Reginald, who is the head coach at Dallas Skyline High School, was accompanied by his father and his mother.