“I'm looking to get an offer this weekend,” Cornwell said. “I'm really ready to make the next step, and get five or six schools ready, so I can make my decision and play my senior year committed.”
Guthrie's Callins in attendance
His junior season hasn't gone as planned, but Guthrie's Kai Callins is keeping a positive attitude.
Callins tore his ACL in the Bluejays' 43-0 season-opening win over Duncan.
Saturday, Callins headed right up to road to Stillwater to take in the Cowboys' win over Iowa State.
A week earlier, he was in Dallas for Oklahoma's Red River Rivalry victory.
Callins (5-foot-10, 175 pounds) said his recovery is going well.
“They said I'm ahead of schedule,” Callins said. “I'm just doing the work I need to do to get back as soon as possible.”
Callins, who was to play running back and defensive back for the Bluejays, but he could play a number of positions in college.
The Cowboys have had success recruiting Guthrie players, getting Kye Staley, who is now a senior fullback, and offensive lineman David Washington before that.