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What they're saying: Why some OSU commitments chose to look elsewhere

BY BRANDON CHATMON Published: July 3, 2011
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A look at the reasons former Oklahoma State commitments chose to look elsewhere.

S Kenneth Marshall, South Houston (Texas). Committed to OSU on April 17 then decommitted and committed to Texas A&M on June 13.

Marshall told AggieYell.com: “I just really started thinking about things and how close they (Texas A&M) are. That really made a difference to me.”

WR Bralon Addison, Fort Bend (Texas) Hightower. Committed to OSU on Feb. 19 then decommitted and committed to Texas A&M on May 14.

Addison told Rivals.com: “I just have to take this time and make my decision, you know, it's a hard decision. It's a decision I have to live with for the rest of my life so I just have to make sure I make the right one.”

LB Dalton Santos, Van (Texas). Committed to OSU on Oct. 1 then decommitted in early May. He remains uncommitted.

Santos told TideSports.com: “I'm just not 100 percent sure I'm going to be a Cowboy. I'm not 100 percent sure what I'm going to do, but I wanted to let them know I'm still looking at the different options.”


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