Quarterback Luke Del Rio, who has committed to OSU, says he's still solid with the Cowboys but is also taking visits, including a recent trip to Oregon State.
Colorado State is the only other listed offer for Del Rio, according to Rivals.com, but the quarterback certainly appears to be on the market.
Should he decide to go elsewhere, what would the Cowboys' plans be for QB in the 2013 class?
They have not currently offered scholarships to any uncommitted quarterbacks in the class, and had appeared to turn significant attention to the 2014 prospects at the position, like local prospects Justice Hansen of Edmond Santa Fe and David Cornwell of Jones.
As for the senior class, Elbert Speed of North Crowley in Fort Worth, Texas, is a name that has popped up recently, but otherwise, the Pokes have kept their quarterback backup plan quiet.
And Mike White, 6-foot-5, 195 pounds, out of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is an under-the-radar prospect the Pokes have had their eye on. He came for an official visit in early October, along with teammate Jordan Cunningham, a highly regarded receiver prospect with an offer from OSU.
POKES STILL FOCUSED ON TEXAS
With the addition of their 13th verbal commitment from a Texas high school player this week, it's quite clear where the Oklahoma State coaching staff is focusing its recruiting efforts.
The Cowboys have 17 verbal commitments in all, with one each from Missouri, Kansas, Colorado and Georgia. They have targeted prospects in Illinois, Florida and a variety of other states.
Offensive lineman Jesse Robinson, 6-foot-6, 275 pounds, of L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, Texas, is the latest addition.
And while it's nothing new to see the Cowboys hone in on Texas recruits, it's unusual to see so little interest in Oklahoma players.
According to Rivals.com, the Cowboys don't have any offers out to uncommitted in-state players.
FOUR COWBOYS ON LATEST ESPN 300
Wide receiver who have committed to OSU had a significant presence on the latest ESPN 300 prospect rankings released this week
Fred Ross of Tyler, Texas, led the list at No. 176, while Ra'Shaad Samples of Dallas Skyline was No. 197, and Marcell Ateman of Wylie, Texas, at No. 247.
Also on the list was defensive tackle commit Vincent Taylor of San Antonio was No. 273.
The top-rated receiver on the list, Crete-Monee (Ill.) senior Laquon Treadwell, remains one of OSU's top targets. He is No. 20 on ESPN's overall list.