Classes begin at Oklahoma State on Monday and there will be several additions to the Cowboy football program.
Quarterback J.W. Walsh of Denton (Texas) Guyer and offensive lineman Travis Cross of Plano (Texas) West are the two prep standouts who will be joining OSU for spring football. Walsh is arguably the headline recruit in OSU’s class and should become a main competitor in the battle to replace Brandon Weeden, either in 2011 or 2012. Cross is a standout offensive line prospect with excellent feet and athleticism. He was one of the first commitments for the Pokes’ class of 2011.
Linebacker Kris Catlin will join the roster after signing with the Pokes on Signing Day 2010. A strong hitter at 6-foot-1, 215 pounds. Catlin should bring athleticism, smarts and a physical nature to the Cowboys linebacking corps. He should get plenty of opportunity to battle for playing time with seniors Orie Lemon and Justin Gent completing their eligibility in the Alamo Bowl.
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