Walsh not concerned about Holgorsen leaving
J.W. Walsh watches Oklahoma State’s offense with joy. The Denton (Texas) Guyer quarterback is a OSU commitment who loves the thought of running the Pokes’ offensive attack in the future.
But with Dana Holgorsen becoming nationally renowned and most likely persued, is Walsh worried about Holgorsen leaving Stillwater before he steps on campus?
“It’s not a concern to me right now,” Walsh said. “I don’t see him leaving this soon so it’s not that big a concern for me.”
Walsh plans to graduate early from Guyer and be on OSU’s campus in January poised to participate in spring drills. The Army All-American is one of OSU’s top commitments and has been actively recruiting other prospects to join him in Stillwater.
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