Oklahoma State basketball: Knee injury sidelines Jean-Paul Olukemi for season

Cowboys sign four players to letters of intent during early signing period, but Douglass' Stephen Clark still hasn't announced his choice yet.
by John Helsley Published: November 21, 2012

* Jeffrey Carroll, a 6-5 small forward from Rowlett, Texas. “He's an extremely physical, big guard who can shoot it with great range, can score off the dribble and is just an extremely athletic wing,” Ford said.

* Leyton Hammonds, a 6-8 forward from Richland Hills, Texas. “For a guy his size, he's really skilled,” Ford said. “Leyton is playing really great basketball right now.”

The Cowboys remain in the mix on 5-11 point guard Stephen Clark from Douglass High School. Clark plans on announcing his school at a press conference at his school on Friday, Nov. 30, although his signed letter-of-intent was due to his college of choice by midnight Wednesday, the end of the early signing period.

Olukemi, who missed the second half of last season with an ACL tear, suffered torn ligaments in the other knee during OSU's win over Akron in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

“I just hate it for JP,” Ford said. “He's such a great kid, hate it.”

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