Oklahoma State doesn't currently have a verbal commitment from an in-state players, but the Cowboys had three highly sought-after prospects visiting Saturday night.
Topping the list was Arkansas safety commit Khari Harding of Edmond Santa Fe, who was on an unofficial visit.
The Cowboys have not offered the 6-foot-1, 205-pound senior, who is ranked No. 6 on The Oklahoman's Super 30 recruiting list. His uncle, Rodney Harding, was an OSU defensive lineman in the 1980s.
Several Division I programs have extended offers to Harding, who could be ripe for picking from an Arkansas program that is in disarray. The team has struggled this season, most recently a 58-10 loss to Texas A&M Saturday, and the coaching situation is in limbo.
Broken Arrow senior cornerback Cre Moore announced his visit on Twitter. The 6-foot-1, 175-pounder has more than 10 offers from a variety of programs, highlighted by Kansas State and Tulsa.
The Cowboys currently have three defensive backs committed in the 2013 class.
Jones quarterback David Cornwell, a 6-foot-5 junior, was also in attendance Saturday as part of a three-week tour that will have him on trips to Auburn and Michigan the next two weeks, according to Rivals.com.
Cornwell has an offer from Indiana, though he has only played five varsity games in his career. He is quickly beginning to grab the attention of several major programs.
DEL RIO NEARLY PERFECT IN ROUT
Oklahoma State quarterback commit Luke Del Rio of Valor Christian in Highlands Ranch, Colo., didn't face much of a defensive threat in posting nearly perfect passing numbers during a 40-0 win over Fountain-Fort Carson Friday night.
Del Rio was 15-of-16 passing for 158 yards and a touchdown as Valor Christian cruised to its third straight win.
SOONERS PURSUING OSU COMMIT OKORONKWO
Oklahoma is one of the latest programs to come on in pursuit of OSU commit Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, a defensive end from Houston's Alief Taylor High School, according to Rivals.com.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Okoronkwo has been verbally committed to Oklahoma State since late June, but has piled up nearly a dozen scholarship offers.