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OKState Recruiting Weekly Roundup

Let's get caught up on the last 2 weeks of Oklahoma State recruiting

Rob Ferguson-USA TODAY Sports

Visitors for Central Arkansas

A posse of high school prospects (34 to be exact) visited Stillwater two weeks ago to watch the Cowboys take on Central Arkansas. Among them were OSU commits QB Nick Starkel and WR Dillon Stoner. Additionally, the Pokes hosted 2018 Offensive Lineman Brey Walker out of Moore, Oklahoma who currently holds a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State. Walker also holds an offers from Oklahoma, Alabama, Arkansas, Michigan and SMU.

Walker took an unofficial visit to Stillwater last spring.

Starkel was coming off another solid performance the night before.

Not to be outdone, Dillon Stoner was the clear MVP for Jenks in the annual Backyard Bowl against rival Union.

Visitors for UTSA

The Cowboys once again had several recruits on hand for the blowout victory against UTSA last weekend, including commits Madre Harper and RB Justice Hill as well as 2016 DT prospect Isaiahh Loudermilk. Isaiahh is a 3-Star recruit and rated the top defensive tackle in the state of Kansas. Loudermilk stated this summer that OSU and Kansas State were his top two candidates for commitment according to Scout.com

"Oklahoma State and Kansas State are probably at the top right now," he said. "I have visited Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, and Missouri so far. I still want to take a few more visits but I'm not sure which ones. I'm still trying to figure that out, but they will probably be official visits for games in the Fall."

Harper was coming off of a stellar performance for Lamar in a winning performance.

Justice Hill has put together a couple of great performances the last two weeks. He ran for 221 yards and 2 touchdowns against Tulsa Central back on September 11th. Through 2 games, Hill has racked up 331 yards on 35 caries (9.5 ypc) and two touchdowns.

Cowboy Commits Play Recruiter

Offensive Tackle Tramonda Moore, the top rated prospect in the state of Oklahoma for 2016, currently holds a slew of offers from the likes of Oklahoma, Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Miami and Missouri among many others. He also holds an offer from Oklahoma State, and last week Nick Starkel, Justice Hill, and Rodarius Williams took to Twitter to try and get Moore on board.

Moore took an unofficial visit to Stillwater last week, and tweeted several times that he was having a great time.