February 19, 2008
Oklahoma OL has two offers and counting
One of the state of Oklahoma's fastest rising prospects is Broken Arrow offensive guard Alvin Bailey. This time last year the 6-foot-4, 300-pound blocker was an unknown quantity to most everyone in the recruiting world. But following the arrival of Tigers head coach Ron Lancaster his talent quickly became worth noticing.
A couple of Big 12 schools have already taken notice of the Tulsa area star, he says that his stature and a very good junior season have attracted two from the conference's North division.
"I have had the offer from Kansas State but Nebraska also offered me like Tuesday," Bailey said. "I had a pretty good season. I was really happy with it. But this summer I just want to work hard and make sure I improve."
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