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"I'm just like Alex, just at another position," said Blinn College all-conference offensive lineman Chris Grishby when contacted Sunday after committing to Oklahoma State. Cowboys fans can only hope the 6-5, 300-pound Grishby is spot on in his assessment of being just like linebacker Alex Elkins, who also came from Blinn (Texas) College. Grishby is right in that his story is a good one.
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Former Oklahoma State guard Fred Gulley has enrolled at Arkansas and plans to play for the Razorbacks.
Gulley, a Fayetteville, Ark., native, isn't currently a member of the Arkansas basketball team, but he says he has spoken with coach Mike Anderson and he is waiting to be cleared by the NCAA.
Gulley isn't sure whether he would be a walk-on or scholarship player.
If there were any concerns over any Oklahoma State commitments after the departure of ex-Cowboys associate head coach/ace Houston-area recruiter Joe DeForest to West Virginia it might have been Emmanuel Ogbah, the defensive end from Fort Bend (Bush) and a finalist for All-Greater Houston Defensive Player of the Year. The 6-4, 233-pound Ogbah was recruited by DeForest and committed early to OSU.
In my opinion one of the standouts in Oklahoma State's group of commitments is wide receiver C.J. Curry. Once committed to Georgia, Curry switched after an unofficial visit to Stillwater. He moved from a school that was more ground oriented on offense to Flowery Branch High School's more balanced offense, where he put up good offensive numbers and was spectacular with big...
Sunday will be a busy day as we try to reach out and get concrete information from as many of the active Oklahoma State prospects, including committed recruits, that we can. There were 15 visitors at Oklahoma State this weekend, and all that were expected did show. And, I believe the Oklahoma State class did grow by at least one or two.
We caught up with Class 3A All-State offensive tackle and Oklahoma State recruiting pledge Greg Brantley of Carthage, Texas on his way back home following his official visit this weekend to Oklahoma State.
Former Oklahoma State point guard Fred Gulley has found a new home to play college basketball. As it happens, it just so happens to be his home.
Cowboy coach Travis Ford had a message for his Markel Brown when he called him in for a private conversation the night before Oklahoma State’s loss at Iowa State.
All-State performer Zac Veatch of Broken Arrow, Okla., made his official visit to Oklahoma State this weekend. The 6-4, 250-pounder has been committed to the Cowboys since Sept. 28 and even played in his final game in Boone Pickens Stadium as the Tigers lost a hard fought state championship Game to Tulsa Union. Veatch said the official visit allowed him to see a different side of OSU's campus.
Former Oklahoma State guard Fred Gulley has enrolled at Arkansas and plans to play for the Razorbacks. Gulley, a Fayetteville, Ark., native, isn't currently a member of the Arkansas basketball team, but he says he has spoken with coach Mike Anderson and he is waiting to be cleared by the NCAA. Gulley isn't sure whether he would be a walk-on or scholarship player.
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