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Mike Gundy’s Crootin’ Copter Drops Down in Texas on a Handful of Recruits

Gundy checked in with several commits and made a final push for a big-time WR target.

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For the second straight year, Mike Gundy has been getting out to see prospective Cowboys by way of whirlybird. Last week, the mulleted-man dropped in on an in-state target LaRon Stokes. This week, he was out to see DL pledge Trace Ford.

Now he’s taken the chopper down south to visit several Texas targets.

Gundy was in the Dallas area to visit Midlothian product Langston Anderson. The four-star wideout from Heritage High School recently named OSU among his Top 5 schools. For this priority recruit, he made extra room in the chopper for OC Mike Yurcich and Anderson’s would-be position coach Kasey Dunn.

Gundy and OL coach Josh Henson stopped in to see three-star pledge Preston Wilson. The Argyle High offensive tackle committed to Oklahoma State in the summer and is one of four O-linemen expected to ink in orange during the early signing period later this month.

There was also a stop in Colleyville to visit defensive end pledge Israel Isuman-Hundley who has been committed to Oklahoma State since May.

And a trip to the Austin area to see defensive tackle Xavier Ross, who also committed to OSU this past May.

These visits served not only to get the 14th-year CEO some face time with several hard commits, but also to make a late push for a big-time wideout target in Anderson. Gundy would just love if all of the above would put pen to paper for the Pokes next Wednesday when the three-day early signing period begins.

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