The nation's No. 1 wide receiver recruit, Laquon Treadwell of Crete Monee (Ill.), listed Oklahoma State among his top five schools, though he has yet to set a date for his official visit to Stillwater.
Treadwell told Rivals.com that OSU, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Michigan and Michigan State make up his “final five for now,” he said.
Treadwell, a 6-foot-3, 200 pounds, has been to the two Michigan campuses, as well as Ole Miss. He'll visit OU later this month for the game against Notre Dame, but nothing has been set for Oklahoma State.
The Cowboys have four home games remaining, with visits from Texas Tech and West Virginia in November.
MORROW PUTS ON A SHOW
With his future team paying a visit to his home state to play Kansas on Saturday, Emporia receiver and Oklahoma State commit Jerel Morrow put on a show in a 48-27 win at Newton, Kan.
Morrow caught seven of the nine completions by Emporia on the night, totaling 102 yards. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound athlete also ignited the rout by blocking a punt in the first quarter.