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January 16, 2014

4 football players enroll at OSU for spring

State briefs

STILLWATER — The Oklahoma State football team says four signees have enrolled at OSU for the spring semester and will be eligible for spring practice.

OSU says high school quarterback Mason Rudolph; high school running back Devon Thomas; junior college athlete Tyreek Hill; and junior college linebacker Devante Averette are enrolled for classes.

Rudolph comes to OSU from Northwestern High School in Rock Hill, S.C.; Thomas is from Broken Arrow High School; Hill from Garden City Community College in Kansas; and Averette from Ellsworth Community College in Iowa.

Transfer running back enrolls at TU

TULSA — The University of Tulsa says a junior college running back who is transferring to TU has enrolled for spring classes.

Head coach Bill Blankenship said Wednesday that Trinity Valley Community College running back Taverreon Dickerson has enrolled for classes. Dickerson will have three years of eligibility with Tulsa.

Dickerson originally signed with Utah State after his senior season at Arlington High School in Arlington, Texas, — but later transferred to Trinity Valley Community College.

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