Daily Bullets (Apr. 28): Best Undrafted Professional Pokes, Breakdown of OSU's Top Picks

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The Daily Bullets are brought to you by Hoboken Coffee: Perfectly Roasted in Historic Guthrie. Two Bags Ship Free. Order Now! Higher education institutions in Oklahoma are optimistic about school in the fall – a good sign for football. Bullets Rundown • Best undrafted, professional Pokes • Ty Williams’ got game • Breakdown of OSU’s top picks OSU Bullets • Berry T. looked at the best OSU and OU players that went undrafted – lots of Pokes on there • This comment about OSU’s newest recruit will help you be a little more excited about his prospects. (Ty Williams) is the kind of defensive back that quarterbacks fear putting the ball in the air against. In his sophomore season, Williams played only 10 defensive snaps yet came down with five interceptions. The next year, 2019 and his junior season, he came down with 11 more proving it was no fluke. [Pokes Report] “Sticky Fingers” Williams is just the kind of guy I want in that defensive backfield. • Of OSU’s draft picks in the top three rounds since 2011, would you be able to guess how many stars they were as recruits? Look no further. Total: 6 4/5 star: 2…

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Who are the 4/5 stars? Blackmon was a 3, ranked 58th in the country as WR recruit.

We don’t really have a lot of luck, thus far anyway, with 5s, Herschel Sims and Bobby Reid. At least Reid played some at oSu, Sims was a complete BU$T, hate to say it and really shouldn’t be used for a college player but if/when you’re a 5 and never make second string at least…

Hope we can keep Williams, he sounds positive about us but it’s a soft commit at this point.

How is Jarwin not listed on the dok list?