The majority of the focus regarding Oklahoma State’s 2020 recruiting class is on scholarship signees, but those won’t be the only players joining the program this year.
OSU has brought on a solid class of PWOs — preferred walk-ons. While that might not seem like a big deal, OSU has had numerous walk-ons turn into some impressive on-field performers, including current Dallas Cowboy Blake Jarwin and former Carolina Panther Brad Lundblade.
We introduced you to a few of the PWOs we were able to get in contact with earlier this week: Austyn “Buster” Cohrs, Tavien Woodworth and Zeke Zaragoza. Today, we’ll run through the rest of the list.
Athlete Timothy Stephens
Stephens played cornerback, running back, and wide receiver for John Marshall in Oklahoma City. He racked up 194 total yards of offense, and on defense he had 22 yards, 1.5 TFLs, seven passes defended and one interception.
Athlete Jalen Shells
The 6-foot, 190-pounder primarily played quarterback for John Marshall in OKC, completing 40 of 81 passes for 609 yards and eight touchdowns. He also had 22 carries for 19 yards and two touchdowns.
“Bro I just wanna be successful”~CJ⏳ pic.twitter.com/AGHEse72ZZ— Jalen Shells⏳™️ (@GreedyShells) February 5, 2020
Offensive Guard Jake Henry
The 6-4, 260-pound guard from Union High in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Athlete DeSean Buckner
The White Hall, Arkansas native played running back, wide receiver and cornerback. He had 1,635 rushing yards on 25 carries and 24 touchdowns, 82 receiving yards on seven catches and a score and 117 kick-return yards. He is expected to begin his OSU career at safety.
100% Committed... Go Pokes pic.twitter.com/wz8s2Ykw99— DeSean Buckner (@DeseanBuckner) February 4, 2020
Wide Receiver Cale Cabbiness
The 6-2, 185-pound pass-catcher from Norman (Okla.) North caught 22 passes for 400 yards and six touchdowns last season. Cale is the cousin of Cowboy baseball outfielder Cade Cabbiness
Outside Linebacker Tyler Berryhill
The 6-1, 200-pound linebacker from Plainview, Oklahoma. He also played wide receiver.
When I started playing football, I never thought my love for the game would carry over into college. That being said, I am proud to announce I will be continuing my football career and academic studies at Oklahoma State University as a PWO! @JohnWozniak2 @CowboyFB @PlainviewFB pic.twitter.com/dbkpTJwPNC— Tyler Berryhill (@tylerberryhill) February 18, 2020