Keith MacPherson, Sports Editor
MUENSTER — After a visit to Oklahoma State, Muenster standout Cole Walterscheid made it official - he’s commiting to the Cowboys.
The 6-foot-6, defensive end and tight end senior-to-be gave his verbal commitment to play football for Oklahoma State after a visit to the campus in Stillwater, Okla. late last week, according to Muenster coach Brady Carney.
The Hornet standout projects to play defensive end for the Cowboys once his senior year is up in Muenster.
Verbal commitments are non-binding, the first day for football players in the class of 2014 to sign their National Letters of Intent is in February 2014.
Walterscheid was the All-Cooke County Defensive Player of the Year last fall in helping the Hornets to the playoffs. He was a Class 1A all-state selection after collecting 52 tackles, seven sacks, two interceptions and four blocked kicks.
Walterscheid also had offers from UNT, UTSA, SMU, UTEP and Boise State.