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Oklahoma State Recruiting: Weekend Recap

See how some of the future Cowboys fared this weekend.


The weekend was full of high school and junior college action across the country, as many Cowboy commits produced standout performances.

APB Tyreek Hill had a monster game Saturday night, as Garden City beat Dodge City 41-22. Hill accounted for 309 all purpose yards (200 rushing and 109 receiving) and 3 touchdowns.

WR Kennen Brown put on a highlight reel performance of his own. Brown ended the game with 6 catches for 120 yards and 2 TD's as Alief Taylor took down Aldine Eisenhower 20-0. CB Chris Hardeman helped the Alief Taylor defense pitch finish off the shutout, while limiting Eisenhower to minus 21 yards rushing and forced 3 interceptions. Unfortunately, that meant future Cowboy teammate RB Trevion Roberts was limited in production for Eisenhower, gaining only 31 total yards on the ground.

QB Mason Rudolph led Northwestern to a 42-20 victory over Fort Mill. Rudolph threw a 30 yard TD pass early.

LB Gyasi Akem came up with a big time play for Broken Arrow, as he forced a fumble and ran it back 88 yards for a touchdown. Broken Arrow routed Putnam City 52-21. Teammate and Oklahoma State commit RB Devon Thomas scored on a 10 yard run for Broken Arrow as well.

WR Chris Lacy experienced his best game statistically this season. Lacy recorded 10 receptions for 146 yards and a touchdown, helping Desoto to a 62-42 victory over Midlothian.

OL Lemaefe Galea'i and the entire Euless Trinity offensive line dominated L.D. Bell in a 55-0 victory. Euless Trinity accounted for an incredible 482 rushing yards on 49 attempts.

DE Jordan Brailford accounted for 2 sacks and 12 total tackles as Booker T. Washington took down Owasso 36-20 in one of the biggest upsets of the night in Oklahoma Class 6A.

OLB Justin Phillips and the Pearland defense took care of business Pasadena South Houston 56-12. Pearland led 42-0 at half.

DB Dylan Harding was a standout of the offensive side of the ball, catching a 38 yard TD pass in the fourth quarter. Harding and the Jenks defense limited Westmoore to only 50 total yards, as Jenks won going away 24-0.

A large contingency of recruits were on hand to watch the Oklahoma State Homecoming victory over TCU. Among them was Mason Rudolph, who attended the game with his grandfather. Rudolph witnessed a somewhat dismal performance from the Cowboy quarterbacks as Walsh was pulled early after his second interception and Chelf finished the game 10 of 25 for 178 yards. Rudolph and many other recruits were able to visit the locker room following the victory.