Several gems in ’09: Summary
by Brandon Chatmon
One of the main reasons for Oklahoma State’s recent rise has been quality evaluation on the recruiting trail. Running back Kendall Hunter, a two-time All-American, was a hidden gem out of Tyler, Texas and 2010 Biletnikoff Award winner Justin Blackmon was an overlooked prospect out of Plainview High School in Ardmore.
Here’s a look back at OSU’s recruiting Class of 2009.
Rivals ranking: #36
Scout ranking: #45
ESPN.com ranking: unranked
Overall: This class featured several sleepers who have become big time contributors to OSU’s success including All-Big 12 players in offensive tackle Levy Adcock and cornerback Andrew McGee. And running back Jeremy Smith and receiver Michael Harrison could be core members of OSU’s offense moving forward.
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