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Homecoming weekend means flurry of recruits heading to Stillwater

A 4-star defensive tackle is bringing a buddy and Travis Ford has another guard in the queue.



Michael Williams (via

Michael Williams (via

Recruits from Oklahoma and Texas will make their way to Stillwater this weekend for homecoming in Stillwater. The basketball and football program will both welcome potential future Pokes.

Travis Ford and company will be playing host to four-star point guard Trae Young, who announced he will be visiting for midnight hoops this weekend.

Mike Williams, a four-star defensive tackle prospect from All Saints Episcopal High School in Fort Worth (and the 33rd-ranked prospect in Texas) announced on Twitter that he will be in attendance along with his friend Devin Williams who is a three-star dual threat quarterback from Mansfield, Texas.

Both recruits are currently juniors gaining interest from Oklahoma State.

Mike Williams already holds a scholarship offer from OSU, along with offers from OU, Kansas State, Ohio State, TCU, and several other high profile programs.

Devin Williams currently does not hold any offers but seems to be interested in Texas, Baylor, Texas A&M, and OSU.

I also spoke with Chris Combest, close friend of OSU commit Ronald Jones who said that he and Ronald plan on making the trip to Stillwater for the weekend.

Jones is widely regarded as the top running back in the state of Texas and recently tied his own record for touchdowns in a game with seven. The senior star has eclipsed 3,000 yards in his high school career, and he is drawing as much hype as anyone in the nation at the moment.

The final visitor is Edmond Santa Fe running back Darran Williams. Williams is a 2016 recruit who announced he will also be in attendance. Williams is having a breakout junior season, and flying below the radar with Louisville QB commit Keaton Torre at the helm of the offense.

The biggest homecoming in the nation can certainly draw attention from recruits, hopefully the on-field performance will be as impressive as the off-field festivities.

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