OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahoma State, fresh off an appearance in the Cotton Bowl, announced a top 25 recruiting class on Wednesday.
Among the top recruits: Tyreek Hill, an athlete from Garden City, Kan.; Gyasi Akem, a linebacker from Broken Arrow, Okla.; Keenen Brown, a wide receiver from Houston; and Mason Rudolph, a quarterback from Rock Hill, S.C.
The group of 27 student-athletes who signed national letters of intent includes three junior college players, two of them already enrolled, and 24 high school players, three of whom are already enrolled.
Jarrell Owens, a defensive end from Palestine, Texas, was a late addition who de-committed from TCU.
Sixteen players are slated for defense, 10 for offense and one is a punter.