Four questions on OSU football

Oklahoman Modified: December 15, 2008 at 5:05 am •  Published: December 15, 2008
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What areas does Oklahoma State still need to target in the rest of its 2009 recruiting class?

The Cowboys have addressed almost all of their needs, which gives them some flexibility in who they go after in the final seven weeks of the recruiting season. Many of the approximately 10 spots they have left to fill will go to the best players available that fit in their program.

OSU still needs to further develop depth across the board on defense with high school talent, so look for a player or two at each area. Another quarterback is likely in the mix, and probably another offensive lineman. The Cowboys could go after two or three more top-level players at the offensive skill positions and have been mentioned by transfers from USC and Michigan in the last week.

And they will probably pick up another leg, whether it’s a punter or place-kicker, to serve in a backup role or compete for a starting spot with Dan Bailey and Quinn Sharp.

What in-state players are still on OSU’s recruiting radar?

Obviously, Jenks cornerback Gabe Lynn is at the top, and now that his season is over, a decision could be coming. It’s between OSU, Oklahoma and North Carolina.

Tulsa Union tight end/receiver Tracy Moore has untapped potential, and his combination of size and athletic ability offers some flexibility in an offense like the Cowboys’. His teammate Terrell Williams has also been noticed because of his athletic talents.

Sand Springs offensive lineman Michael Bowie visited OSU this weekend, according to GoPokes.


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