Oklahoma State Signs 4 JUCO Football Players

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STILLWATER, OK -- One of the nation's top junior-college offensive linemen highlights a four-person class of juco football players signed Wednesday by Oklahoma State.

Offensive lineman Anthony Morgan of Lancaster, Texas, started
the last two seasons at Navarro (Texas) and is rated by rivals.com
as the nation's fourth-best juco player, regardless of position.

The 6-foot-4, 320-pound Morgan received first-team juco
All-America honors. He originally signed with Baylor out of high
school.

The Cowboys' other three juco signees are all defensive players.
They are Darius Hart, a 6-foot-6, 255-pound defensive end out of
Pearl River (Miss.); Horace Hubbard, a 6-foot-5, 295-pound
defensive tackle out of Fort Scott (Kan.); and Andrew McGee, a
6-foot-1, 195-pound defensive back out of Copiah-Lincoln (Miss.)

Coach Mike Gundy says the four players would graduate in
December and enroll at OSU next semester, in time to participate in
spring practice with the 15th-ranked Cowboys.




 
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