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James Washington to meet with the Dallas Cowboys
As the draft nears closer, James Washington looks like he could go in the first or second round. Different mock drafts have him going anywhere from the middle of the first round to all the way back towards the end of the 3rd-4th round. It will be interesting to see where Washington ends up when the NFL Draft takes place at the end of the month. Dallas is in the market to add a #1 wide receiver to replace a guy like Dez Bryant, who took a step back in production last year.
Top 2019 quarterback Grant Gunnell plans visit to Oklahoma State:
The former Texas A&M commit is still looking for a new landing spot when he graduates next spring. He will soon visit Cal, Arizona, and then Oklahoma State at the end of the month. He will be in Stillwater for the Cowboys’ spring game on the 28th. It also should be of note that he is visiting Arizona, because Kevin Sumlin is now the head coach there.
As of now, the 24/7 “Crystal Ball” prediction has Oklahoma State tied with Ohio State with a 26% chance to land the highly-touted quarterback.
Oklahoma State still in the mix for Courtney Ramey
LATE SIGNING PERIOD: COMMIT PREDICTIONS— Rivals.com (@Rivals) April 11, 2018
There are 10 unsigned players in the 2018 #Rivals150. With the late signing period opening today, our Hoops team of @ebosshoops, @coreyevans_10 & @DMcDonaldRivals make predictions: https://t.co/LzM4IyAkGd pic.twitter.com/PqUL8Q9l1f
Eric Bossi, Corey Evans, and Dan McDonald of rivals.com offered their predictions for where top unsigned recruits would end up. Four-star Oklahoma State target Courtney Ramey was on the list of recruits discussed, and Evans and McDonald predict that Ramey will end up in Stillwater. Bossi predicted that Ramey will stay in state and go to Missouri. Illinois was mentioned with Ramey in the article, but because they just signed at junior college point guard, there is a possibility they are now out of the mix. At this point, the sweepstakes seem to be down to Oklahoma State, Missouri, and Texas.
For your viewing pleasure: Mike Gundy and a dog
Making the most of a 5-minute break. The coaching never stops in the football office at Oklahoma State. pic.twitter.com/yipezMDDyV— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) April 11, 2018
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