Doolittle, Dad Watch Cowboys Practice

Doolittle, Dad Watch Cowboys Practice

The Oklahoma State Cowboys put in another two-hour practice preparing on Sunday for the upcoming Heart of Dallas Bowl and the New Year's Day date with Purdue in the Cotton Bowl. On hand to watch were several recruiting visitors including former Edmond Memorial standout and recent Northeastern Oklahoma A&M all-conference slot receiver Kameron Doolittle.

Doolittle was in Stillwater with his father and he watched the practice with keen interest. He and his dad talked about the importance of getting an education.

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.

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