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Oklahoma State Recruiting: Weekend Recap

It's all about the playoffs now for the future Cowboys

Richard Rowe-USA TODAY Sports

Playoff action was in full swing for many future Pokes:

RB Devon Thomas was the star of the night during Broken Arrow's 43-20 win over Mustang. Thomas returned the opening kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown, and finished the game with 92 yards rushing on 17 carries and 2 rushing touchdowns.  LB Gyasi Akem and the Broken Arrow defense held strong down the stretch to secure the victory. Check out the highlights of the Thomas' big night here.

WR James Washington finished with 4 receptions for 4 touchdowns in a 56-35 Stamford win over Panhandle. All of his touchdown catches were over 35 yards (38,70,41 and 37).

QB Mason Rudolph and Northwestern advanced to the next round of the playoffs with a 39-7 win over York. Rudolph finished the game 15 of 29 for 197 yards and 3 passing touchdowns. He added an additional 80 yards rushing on 15 carries and another touchdown on the ground.

WR Keenen Brown and  CB Chris Hardeman saw their season come to an end, as Alief Taylor lost to undefeated Lamar 36-0. Brown was limited to 4 catches for 5 yards, but added a 38 yard pass. Brown finished the season with 58 catches for 918 yards.

OL Lemaefe Galea'i and Euless Trinity scored 21 unanswered points in the 2nd half to cruise to a 42-21 win over Mansfield Timberview.

CB Juwan Offray and DT Joyan Williams helped Karr to an easy 55-7 victory over Crowley

LB Justin Phillips had a solid game defensively racking up 9 tackles, one pass breakup, and his first interception of the year as Pearland beat Fort Bend 39-15.

CB Dylan Harding came up with a big 60 yard pick-six in the first quarter of Jenks' 14-0 victory over Midwest City.

WR Chris Lacy recorded 3 catches for 31 yards as Desoto escaped with a 34-30 win over Coppell.

DE Cole Walterscheid filled the stat sheet with 3 tackles, a forced fumble, two quarterback pressures and a sack. Cole also caught 2 touchdowns for Muenster in a 37-12 win over Wink.

Oklahoma State had over 40 recruits attend Saturday's huge win over Baylor, including current commits Gyasi Akem, Devon Thomas, and Dylan Harding as well as prospects Trey Carter and Steven Parker. According to Scout, Carter is being recruiting heavily by many schools, but OSU is considered to be on his short list along with Mississippi State and Miami. Steven Parker is considered by many as the best prospects left in the state of Oklahoma that has yet to commit to a school. Hopefully the electric atmosphere and outstanding performance by the Cowboys will help entice both Carter and Parker to choose OSU as their college home.