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OSU preps for big recruiting weekend in final home game of season

Offensive linemen, linebackers, offensive linemen, receivers, and more offensive linemen.



Christian Folau is headed to Stillwater this weekend. (USATSI)

Christian Folau is headed to Stillwater this weekend. (USATSI)

Oklahoma State is hosting several visitors this weekend, one being three-star offensive tackle Vaimoe Sekona from Encino, California.

Sekona gave his verbal pledge to the Cowboys on October 27th over UCLA, USC, Miami, and several others. The 6-foot-4 285-pound senior was recruited by offensive line coach Bob Connelly and will make his official visit this weekend.

Another visitor making his way to Stillwater this weekend is three-star wide receiver Dede Westbrook from Cameron Yoe High School in Texas.

Westbrook is a 5-foot-11 athlete who holds offers from Texas Tech, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Kansas State, and Oklahoma State.

Christian Folau is another big name recruit expected to visit Stillwater this weekend. Folau is a four-star linebacker who was previously committed to Stanford before deciding to head in a new direction.

He has an offer from Oklahoma State along with Wisconsin, Cal, Vanderbilt and others. He tweeted this on Friday afternoon:

Another offensive lineman will join Sekona in Stillwater as well, Matt Kegel announced he will make an official visit to watch the Cowboys take on the Longhorns.

Kegel is a 2016 offensive tackle currently committed to Minnesota who attended camp this summer in Stillwater.

The final visitor for the weekend is Jordan Burton, a three-star safety prospect from Longview, Texas. Burton is currently committed to the only school who has offered him a scholarship up to this point – Memphis.

Burton currently attends Kilgore Community College in Texas and looking for a second chance. The Cowboys may be looking to give Burton a second chance at the Division I level.

Glenn Spencer has had great success in recent years with transfers making immediate impacts, namely linebacker Josh Furman this year and cornerback Tyler Patmon last season.

The last home game of the season makes for a huge opportunity on the recruiting trail. The Cowboys are on a current three-game skid, but have a chance to make a great impression Saturday night as they take on a surging Longhorns team at home.

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