OSU football: Dominic Richardson has been 'a great addition for us'
STILLWATER — Former McGuinness standout Dominic Richardson was a late-summer recruiting score for Oklahoma State, and he has already begun to show he’s ready for the college game.
The 6-foot, 205-pound Richardson is down the depth chart behind older players like the nation’s leading rusher from a year ago in Chuba Hubbard, plus senior LD Brown and junior Dez Jackson.
But the youngster is getting himself noticed early in fall camp.
“We’re really excited about what Dom brings,” OSU coach Mike Gundy said. “He’s come in, been a great addition for us. He’s worked hard, getting a lot of reps in practice, and we’re excited to have him in our program.”
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Richardson initially signed with TCU last December, but was released from his letter of intent in May and joined the Cowboys last month.