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High Noon Highlights (4/22): What makes Tylan Wallace different

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Tylan Wallace isn’t like the other wide receivers in the draft:

Ahead of the NFL Draft coming soon, Tylan Wallace made an appearance on NFL Now. On the show, they went over his insane college career and the trait that sets him apart.

“For me, I think what puts me apart is my ball skills,” Wallace said. “I think for me whether its high-pointing, running through the football ya know things like that the physicality I play with I think it’s different between the guys in this draft class.”

Interview with Garrett Rangel:

Heartland College Sports sat down with Oklahoma State 2022 QB commit Garret Rangel. It’s a great interview and you should check it out.

HCS: WHAT WERE YOUR THOUGHTS ABOUT LAST SEASON’S OKLAHOMA STATE TEAM?

Garret: “I thought they did really good. Obviously, there are games where things don’t go your way and that’s football. They are brining a lot of guys back this season and I am excited to watch them this season.”

HCS: WHAT IS YOUR PREGAME RITUAL THAT PEOPLE WOULD FIND ODD?

Garret: “So, I have to wear three wristbands on my left wrist and my right wrist. And right before we go out, I have to listen to some old country. Some Johnny Cash type of stuff. It gets me in a game mood and keeps me levelheaded.” {Heartland College Sports}

Oklahoma State Basketball hires new assistant:

Oklahoma State welcomed Terrence Rencher earlier this afternoon as an assistant coach for men’s basketball. This comes after Cannen Cunningham departed OSU to help with his younger brother Cade’s NBA career. Rencher has 13 total years of coaching under his belt.

“I’m extremely grateful and excited for the opportunity to join coach Boynton’s staff here at Oklahoma State,” Rencher said. “The way coach Boynton is moving the program forward, as well as his core values, align perfectly with my perspective. OSU has a rich history of success on the basketball court and the possibilities are limitless. My family and I are looking forward to getting connected to the Stillwater community. Go Pokes!”{okstate.com}

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