Now, 14 of OSU's 18 commitments are from Texas.
LEE'S SUMMIT PROSPECT CITED
Jamone Boyd, a senior defensive end at Lee's Summit (Mo.) West, had a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State, but it's likely the Cowboys and many other teams will back off their pursuit of the 6-foot-4 defensive end after an incident last week.
Boyd was detained at school after a school administrator found marijuana in his car, according to reports. Police said the administrator and a school resource officer were talking to Boyd after the discovery when he tried to run. The officer had to use a Taser gun twice to subdue him.
Boyd was issued municipal citations for resisting a law enforcement officer and possession of marijuana.
COWBOYS EXTEND OFFER TO KICKER
Oklahoma State appears to be in good standing with kicker Ben Grogan, who the Cowboys recently offered a scholarship, according to Internet reports.
The Cowboys will be looking for someone to fill the void of senior Quinn Sharp, who handles kickoffs, field goals and punts.
Grogan, who plays for Martin High School in Arlington, Texas, has offers from Kansas and Memphis, but says he likes OSU.
“I think right now it's where I'm going to go,” Grogan told Rivals.com. “I'm not committing there yet but that's the No. 1 school for me right now that I want to go to unless something else comes up.”