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High Noon Highlights(7/25): Tyler Patmon to Miami

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Tyler Patmon signed with Miami:

Former Oklahoma State cornerback Tyler Patmon will now play with the Miami Dolphins. The team released a statement yesterday.

Patmon joins the Dolphins for his second stint after he played in two contests with the team in 2015. He has played four seasons in the NFL with Dallas (2014-15), Miami (2015) and Jacksonville (2017-18) and has appeared in 49 career games with four starts. In 2018, Patmon played in 12 games with two starts for the Jaguars and totaled 14 tackles (12 solo) and one pass defensed. {}

Leyton Hammonds signs with Asseco Arka:

Former OSU basketball star Leyton Hammonds is continuing to do big things in Europe. Signing to play in the EuroCup with Asseco Arka.

Oklahoma State in fourth in ESPN’s WRU rankings:

ESPN recently put at list ranking schools at each position. They ended up ranking the Cowboys at No.4 for wide receiver.

Clemson’s receivers have shirts they wear to workouts with “WRU” emblazoned across the front, a little nod to the pedigree of their position. At present, Tee Higgins and Justyn Ross make for worthy representatives of what they happily claim is Wide Receiver U, the best incubator for pass-catching talent in America. As evidence, they can point to Sammy Watkins, Nuk Hopkins and Mike Williams -- and on and on down the line of greats who built their reputations on the field at Death Valley, then went on to success in the NFL. {ESPN}

Shutdown Fullcast:

The Shutdown Fullcast gave Oklahoma State a mention in their latest episode. They preview teams L’Orange. The Oklahoma State bit starts at 13:50.

Big 12:

How A&M stepped out of Texas’ shadow and became the Lone Star State’s SEC program.

Toughest place to play in the Big 12?