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Oklahoma State Recruiting: Weekly Roundup

Ronald Jones set two school records this weekend, and several recruits were on hand to see OSU take down Tech

Brett Deering

OSU Commits in Action

RB Ronald Jones II

Jones rushed for an astounding 393 yards on 38 carries and six touchdowns (four of them in the first half). Unfortunately, it wasn't enough as McKinney North lost to Wylie East 49-46. McKinney North will face Prosper on Friday.

Thursday roundup: Wylie East, Keller Fossil Ridge survive high-scoring showdowns

CB Jaylon Lane

Jaylon Lane and undefeated Nacogdoches beat Lufkin in a tight game 38-35 Friday night. OSU cornerbacks coach Van Malone was on hand to watch his future player, and Jaylon did not disappoint. Lane finished the game with 7 tackles, a pass breakup, and one huge interception that sealed the win late as Lufkin was driving for the win. Nacogdoches travels to Ennis on Friday.

Nacogdoches beats Lufkin 38-35 in wild roller coaster win

S Kenneth McGruder

Oklahoma State safeties coach Tim Duffie was on hand to watch McGruder and Alief Taylor take on Alief Hastings. Taylor was able to win easily 35-7. McGruder is solid with OSU, but did take an official visit to Nebraska last weekend to see a former teammate play for the Huskers. Alief Taylor will face Fort Bend on Friday.

WR Jalen McCleskey

St. Paul was able to take care of Slidell Friday night, winning 24-16. McCleskey caught a 27 yard touchdown in the third quarter. St. Paul takes on Hammond this Thursday.

St. Paul's holds on to top Slidell 24-16 in 6-5A opener

C Johnny Wilson

Johnny Wilson and the Midland Christian line helped the running game account for 363 carries on 363 yards and six rushing touchdowns, as they were able to defeat Bishop Lynch 45-46 Friday. Midland Christian will play Trinity Christian this Friday.

HS FOOTBALL: Fender's 5 touchdowns lifts Mustangs over Friars

QB John Kolar

It was a rough night John Kolar and Norman North, as they were easily handled by Owasso 45-20. Kolar finished the game 14-30 for 189 yards and 2 touchdowns, but threw three costly interceptions. Next week does not get easier for Norman North, as they will face the top ranked 6-A team in the state Tulsa Union on Friday.

Owasso's Gabe Neph scores six touchdowns as No. 2 Rams rout No. 5 Norman North

LB Za'Carrius Green

Duncanville defeated Mansfield 20-17 on a 4th down touchdown throw throw by QB Stedman Lanigan as time expired. Green and the Duncanville defense forced three turnovers in the game. Duncanville will take on South Grand Prairie on Friday night.

Miracle throw on 4th-and-28 gives Duncanville 20-17 win over Mansfield

DT Taaj Bakari

Mansfield Legacy was blown out by cross-town rival Mansfield Summit 42-7. Legacy was victom to blocked punts that helped Summit jump out to an early 28-0 lead in the first half. Legacy has the weekend off before facing Seguin on October 10th.

OT Joshua Jones

Fort Bend Bush blew out Willowridge 35-14 Thursday night, and will face Ridge Point tomorrow night.

S Kevin Henry

Newly committed Kevin Henry and Central High fell short against McKinley 34-14. Central faces Scotlandville Friday.

DT Motekai Maile

Tyler Junior College put up some big numbers Saturday, defeating Cisco College 61-38. Maile and the offensive line helped the rushing attack account for 377 yards on 48 carries (7.9 yards per carry). Tyler faces Southeast Prep (Texas A&T) on Saturday.

OT Brandon Pertile

Unfortunately, Pertile has suffered a knee injury, and is out for the season for Mesa Community College. Pertile will begin rehab and will join the Cowboys in the spring, after suffering a season ending knee injury.

OT Deya Mhiesen

Mhiesen is redshirting at Pierce College this season, allowing him three years of eligibility. Deya plans to enroll next spring to compete for playing time next season.

Recruits at the Tech Game

Due to the weekday game time against Texas Tech, there were a limited number of recruits on hand, all of which are Oklahoma players.

2015 Recruits

OL Josh Wariboko - 6-4 315 lbs. Casady High School, OKC.

4-Star Lineman. 178th on ESPN300

Holds offers from over 20 schools including OSU, OU, Texas, Texas A&M, USC, Ohio State, Florida, FSU among many others. Recently selected to play in the 2015 Under Armor All-American Game.

ATH Aaron McKinney- 6-4 180 lbs Midwest City, OK.

Considering OSU and North Texas.

WR/CB Brandon Prather - 6-0 170 lbs. Stillwater, OK.

2016 Recruit

OL Logan Roberson - 6-5 300 lbs. Harrah, OK

2014 Verbal Commitments