Doolittle, who turned down some Division I offers like Wyoming to attend NEO, is looking at walking on with the Cowboys.
The 5-11, 200-pound Doolittle has a skill set that matches up with the Oklahoma State offense. A qualifier coming out of high school, Doolittle played a big role in helping turn around the NEO program and win a SWJCFC regular season title this fall.
The former Edmond Memorial standout had a sensational sophomore season at NEO this fall in helping the Norsemen to a 9-3 record and berth in the Citizen's Bank Bowl as regular season champions of the SWJCFC.
Doolittle is a speedster and had 21 carries for 124 rushing yards and a touchdown with his running plays mainly consisting of jet sweeps. He had 41 receptions for 542 receiving yards and six touchdowns.