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OKState Recruiting Weekly Roundup

Recapping the news and notes from the past week of Cowboy Recruiting

Nick Starkel gets an All-American Bowl Bid
Nick Starkel gets an All-American Bowl Bid

QB Nick Starkel Receives All-American Bowl Invite

Last week, Nick Starkel received an invite to play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in Jacksonville Florida.

Nick had a solid outing for Liberty Christian on Friday night, finishing the game 18-28 for 243 yards and 3 touchdowns. Liberty won easily over Springtown 28-10. After the victory performance, Nick completed his weekend by traveling to Norman decked out in Oklahoma State attire to watch OU's home opener, much to the dismay of his friend.

CB Madre Harper Plans to Enroll Early

Madre Harper has decided to enroll early next spring according the Tulsa World in order to increase his chances for playing time next year.

Harper was a star last Friday night for Lamar, totaling 8 tackles (7 solo) and an interception. In addition to his defensive effort, Madre added a blocked field goal and a blocked punt return on special teams for Lamar, as they defeated Keller Central 38-14.

Check out Madre's stellar Hudl highlights from the game.

OSU Offers Scholarship to 2017 Recruit

Coach Gundy and the OSU staff have offered a scholarship to 2017 4-Star QB prospect Tate Martell out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Martell announced the news on Twitter Saturday.

The 5-11 190 pound junior at Bishop Gorman High School is ranked 32nd on the ESPN300 for the 2017 class (2nd Pocket-Passing QB), and is currently committed to Texas A&M. Tate also holds offers from Alabama, Arizona State, Michigan, Texas Tech, UNLV, USC, Utah and Washington according to Rivals.

Here is ESPN's evaluation of Tate

Martell has everything you want in a quarterback, but the size. He possesses toughness and is savvy enough to excel in a variety of offenses at the next level. Although not a burner, he is athletic enough to extend plays and move the chains. We like his moxie.

Check out his sophomore highlights from Hudl.