Oklahoma State hosted its largest number of recruits last weekend. But the Cowboys hosted perhaps their most important prospects this weekend.
Two of OSU's top remaining targets — Jenks defensive back Steven Parker and River Ridge (La.) John Curtis linebacker Kenny Young — were scheduled to be on campus, according to Rivals. Both players are four-star prospects ranked in Rivals' top 100 and are currently uncommitted.
Parker's late visit to Stillwater could be regarded as somewhat of a surprise. He has more than 20 offers, including Alabama, Auburn, Baylor, Kansas State, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M and Wisconsin. According to Rivals, he's scheduled to visit Auburn on Jan. 31.
Young's other offers include Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas A&M and UCLA. According to Rivals, he's scheduled to visit UCLA on Jan. 31 and plans to announce his college choice on Signing Day.
Kirk Tucker, a three-star safety from Tucker, Ga., was also scheduled to visit over the weekend. He was a former Stanford commit but did not get admitted to the school. He also has high interest in Oregon and Vanderbilt.
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