Six Oklahoma State football players, part of the incoming recruiting class, have enrolled in classes and will take part in spring drills.
Three freshmen, two junior college transfers and an FBS transfer began classes on campus in Stillwater.
Quarterback Jelani Woods, athlete Lamarcus Morton and linebacker Brendan Vaughn all arrived after graduating their respective high schools a semester early, while linebacker Patrick Macon and offensive lineman Arlington Hambright transferred in after completing their junior college careers and Tyler Moore transferred in from Minnesota.
All three transfers will have two years of eligibility remaining, but Moore will have to sit out next season due to NCAA transfer rules.
The early enrollees represent four states, as Woods is from Ellenwood, Georgia, Hambright grew up in Ypsilanti, Michigan, Macon is from Memphis, Tennessee and Morton, Vaughn and Moore hail from Texas. All of them come with at least a three-star rating by multiple major recruiting services.
Additionally, Woods led Cedar Grove high school to its first state championship last season, while Macon and Hambright faced each other in the 2016 NJCAA National Championship game with Macon later named the National Junior College Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year.
Here are the players:
Offensive lineman, 6-5, 305, Belleville/Garden City Community College
Rivals named him the No. 34 JUCO prospect in the class and Scout listed him at No. 59.
He was part of a team that finished unbeaten and won the NJCAA National Championship as a sophomore in 2016. Garden City’s rushing attack averaged 194.8 yards per game.
Wide receiver/cornerback, 6-1, 185, Gilmer, Texas
Morton was rated as a four-star prospect by ESPN and a three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and 247Sports. ESPN lists him as the No. 63 wide receiver prospect in the nation and also lists him as the No. 59 overall prospect in Texas.
Linebacker, 6-3, 240, Millington Central/Arizona Western Junior College
Macon was the National Junior College Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year and rated as a four-star prospect by Scout and as a three-star by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports. Rivals ranks him as the No. 23 JUCO prospect in the country and 247Sports lists him as the No. 4 JUCO inside linebacker in the class.
Offensive lineman, 6-4, 205, North Shore/Minnesota College
He started 20 games at center in his first two seasons at Minnesota and was the first true freshman to start at center for Coach Jerry Kill in 2015.
Linebacker, 6-1, 213, Forney, Texas
Vaughn is rated as a three-star prospect by ESPN, Rivals, Scout and 247Sports. He did not start playing football until his sophomore year of high school. Scout rated him as the No. 6 outside linebacker in the state of Texas.
Quarterback, 6-7, 230, Ellenwood, Georgia
Woods is a big, mobile quarterback who is rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout, ESPN and 247Sports. Rivals ranks him as the No. 20 dual threat quarterback prospect in the nation, while ESPN tabs him as the No. 25 pocket passer in the country and Scout lists him as the No. 41 overall quarterback prospect nationally. He chose Oklahoma State over offers from Michigan, Louisville, Kansas State, South Carolina, Colorado State, Florida Atlantic, South Alabama, South Florida and others.