OSU is expecting the entire incoming class of Cowboys to move in for the start of summer school with the exception of two players. They are Trey Carter out of Dallas (Pinkston), Texas and D'Nerius Antoine of Trinity Valley Community College. Antoine is still working on graduating at Trinity Valley.
The rest of the new arrivals are all expected to be on campus, enrolled in classes, and working out with the team and the strength staff. In the past some new players have opted to come in for the second semester of summer school.
Several walk-ons will be reporting as well, including Lawton defensive tackle Ivan Thomas.
Obviously, one member of the freshman class that reported early in the spring, Broken Arrow running back Devon Thomas, will not be there for obvious reasons with his arrest last week on various felony charges in the Tulsa area.
Oklahoma State's newest Cowboys started earlier this week with two Houston area freshmen in offensive lineman Matthew Mucha from Clear Lake High School and Chris Hardeman from Alief Taylor High School arriving in Stillwater and moving into their apartments.