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The buzz around Stillwater suggests the Oklahoma State Cowboys offense will function at a pace never seen before by OSU faithful. The 40-yard dash time of Ra’Shaad Samples supports this theory.
Samples was the prized recruit for coach Mike Gundy’s 2013 recruiting class. The wideout from Dallas, Texas arrived in Stillwater with a ton of hype. His speed has added to the hoopla.
As he posted on his Twitter account, Samples ran 40 yards in 4.32 seconds, a record for a freshman at OSU. A tweet by Clint Chelf confirmed Samples’ claim.
Ran a 4.32 forty today fastest time by a freshmen ever at OSU…
— Rashaad Samples (@10justscored) June 11, 2013
Shout out to that freshmen receiver @10justscored he ran that 4.32 today and balled in scrimmage..
— Clint Chelf (@Cchelf10) June 11, 2013
Self-proclaimed fastest man on the team, Justin Gilbert, quickly rebutted with a tweet regarding the record Samples set. He stated OSU didn’t have freshmen run 40s when he entered t...
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