Del City's Corey Lawrence is expected to take a weekend visit to Oregon State.
Lawrence (6-foot-1, 175 pounds) has offers that include Arkansas State, Indiana, Kansas State, Tulsa and New Mexico.
Lawrence was primarily a wide receiver/running back for the Eagles this season, though he also saw time in the defensive secondary.
Lawrence had 27 catches for 553 yards and six touchdowns and rushed for 852 yards and 11 touchdowns.
SOUTHMOORE'S EARP SCHEDULES VISIT
Southmoore linebacker Cody Earp will take a visit to South Dakota State this weekend.
Earp has an offer from Colorado State-Pueblo and has drawn attention from Wyoming, Indiana State, Southeast Missouri State and Pittsburg State (Kan.).
He had 70 tackles this season.
Also, SaberCats fullback/tight end/defensive end Jackson Stallings is expected to make his decision Monday.
Stallings has taken visits to several Ivy League schools and his offers include Air Force, Harvard and Yale.
Ivy League schools such as Harvard and Yale do not award athletic scholarships but grant need-based financial aid for athletes.
5A/6A STATE BASEBALL SITES UNSETTLED
The Class 5A and 6A state baseball championships will likely be played in the Oklahoma City area for the first time in more than a decade, but the exact sites are still unknown.
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association continues to search for a college field to play the title games on May 11, but nothing has surfaced yet.
Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Oral Roberts all have conflicts, either with their field being used or other events on campus. Games are scheduled for both the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark and OneOK Field in Tulsa.
The OSSAA has checked with several Division II and NAIA schools, but none of those fields will work, because of availability or other issues, like lighting, seating or parking.
The Class 2A-4A state tournaments will continue to be held in the OKC area as well.
The OSSAA hopes to have the 5A and 6A sites worked out in the coming weeks.
PLAINVIEW'S DAVIS WINS GATORADE AWARD
For the second straight year, Plainview's Alex Davis was named the Oklahoma Gatorade Cross Country Runner of the Year, it was announced Thursday.
Davis won her second straight Class 3A individual title in October with a time of 11:02, while helping Plainview to the team title as well.
She was fourth at the Foot Locker South regional Championships and 26th at the national event. She also took fifth at the Nike Cross Nationals South Regional championships and 38th at the national meet.