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OSU Signs Two Junior College Prospects as Mid Year Enrollees



Oklahoma State officially signed two junior college players on Wednesday – both of which are expected to enroll at OSU for the spring semester.

Larry Williams – Offensive Tackle

Williams is a 6-5, 339-pound beast who began his career at East Carolina, and has played the last season with Hutchinson Community College, where he recently earned junior college all-american honors. Williams could be an early contributor in Stillwater, and the Cowboys could certainly use his experience and size to bolster things up on the interior. Williams played tackle for Hutch, but at East Carolina was seen as a virtual lock to start at guard before his dismissal. The Cowboys could definitely use someone of his size at the guard position, with Crabtree and Salako holding down the tackle spots. But his versatility and experience playing both positions is an added bonus.

Malik Kearse – Cornerback

Kearse has been a long-time commit to the Cowboys, committing in February and staying true throughout the process. Kearse is a 6-1, 175-pound defensive back who played this season with Fort Scott Community College. Kearse was an under the radar prospect due to an injury that hurt his prospects toward the end of his senior season, but he could also be an impact player early in his career with his experience and success at the junior college level.

The third junior college commitment is Tralund Webber – a defensive end from Blinn College. reports that Webber will be a May graduate, and will join the program following his graduation.

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