It’s High Noon...
Cowboys Go Pro
Last week, the MLB First Year Player Draft took place with five Cowboys being selected. Johnathan Heasley, Matt Kroon, Carson Teel, Reza Aleaziz, and Jon Littell were all taken during the 40 round draft. All but Littell had the option to come back to Oklahoma State for for their senior season. Instead, all five will be playing professional baseball in the coming month. Best of luck to everyone in their careers! #P4L
Such a blessing to have the opportunity to start my professional baseball career in the Royals organization. None of this would have been possible without support from family, friends, teammates and coaches. Thank you Oklahoma State for an unforgettable two years. God is good! pic.twitter.com/6m1sqFjDTY— Jonathan Heasley (@jonathanheasley) June 10, 2018
The opportunity to play for OSU is something I will forever be grateful for. I had the time of my life, while making friendships that will last a lifetime. Thank you to the city of Stillwater for becoming my home the past year. I cherished every minute. As always, Go Pokes!— Matt Kroon (@Matty_Iceeee) June 9, 2018
Multiple prospects pick up Cowboy Football offers
Myles Jernigan is a three star outside linebacker from Grand Prairie, Texas. He is a part of the 2019 class and had a visit to Stillwater this weekend.
Latrell McCutchin is a part of the 2021 class, but is already the #1 cornerback recruit in the state of Texas for his class. Oklahoma State looks to be throwing their name in the mix early, with this only being his second FBS offer, other teams will be in on him quickly.
Another 2021 recruit is Landyn Watson, a defensive end from Hutto, Texas. He is picking up offers quickly just like McCutchin, so Oklahoma State is putting their name in the mix now.
That’s all for today, folks! Enjoy your day and we’ll get through the offseason together!