One recruiting source looked at the Cowboys walk-ons and how many turned down scholarships to walk-on at OSU and said, "Oklahoma State may have the best walk-on program in America."
Britton Abbott, QB
Athletic Information: 40 time- 4.56, VJ- 34 in.
Statistics: Sr. Year- 221-of-387 passing for 57 percent, 3,077-yards, 28 TDs, 8 int., 220 carries for 1,189-yards, 5.4-ypc avg. 10 TDs, 1 reception for 7-yards; Jr. Year- 176-of-326 passing for 54 percent, 2,333-yards, 19 TDs, 10 int., 178 carries for 909-yards, 5.1-ypc avg., 15 TDs, 36 tackles (24 unassisted), 1 sack, 1 fum. recovered; Fr. Year- 4 carries for 29-yards, 7.3-ypc avg., 8 tackles (4 unassisted, 1 tackle for loss
Football Honors: Sr. Year- Topeka Capitol-Journal and K-Preps 1st Team Class 5A All-State, KHSCA Honorable Mention Class 5A All-State, 1st Team Western Athletic Conference All-Conference; Jr. Year- 1st Team Western Athletic Conference All-Conference
Schools Recruited By: (offers) Tulsa, Wyoming, UTSA; (others) Baylor, Kansas State, Missouri
You Need to Know: Abbott is the son of former University of Tulsa standout linebacker Cliff Abbott, who is his head coach at Liberal.
Immediate Analysis: Abbott is a real bonus as he is a really talented athlete. He may wind up playing at linebacker. He is a good player that figures to find the field in some capacity in the future.
Andre Dowuona-Hammond, DE
Athletic Information: 40 time- 4.75, Bench- 300 lbs., Squat- 400 lbs., VJ; 28 in.
Statistics: Sr. Year- 47 tackles, 5 sacks; Jr. Year- 34 tackles, 4 sacks, 1 interception
Football Honors: Sr. Year- The Oklahoman Honorable Mention All-State, The Oklahoman 2nd-Team All-Big City, 1st Team All-District 3-6A, Scout 2-Star Recruit
Schools Recruited By: (offers) Air Force, Harvard, Yale
You Need to Know: He is looking to major in sports medicine or in a major that will get him to pharmacy school.
Immediate Analysis: He likely won't get big enough for defensive end and will have to switch to outside linebacker. That will make him a project for sure.