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Camron Heard Checks in for Official Visit at Oklahoma State as Helu Finishes

June 17, 2022

STILLWATER – The Oklahoma State football staff and recruiting staff gathered Friday afternoon in Stillwater to welcome the Pokes latest commitment to town for his official visit. It was just about a week ago that Camron Heard pledged to the Cowboys coming off a strong performance in “The Show” camp as offensive coordinator and receivers coach Kasey Dunn and his young coaches Tracin Wallace and Lorenzo Joe were impressed with the athlete that plays quarterback for Houston Furr High School but will transition to a receiver in Stillwater. As one visit began on Friday another wrapped up.

The report was good on the visit for Tooele, Utah athlete Mateaki Helu. A versatile player that goes both ways and as one listener to my radio show that lives in Utah and has watched Helu play in person said, “he is very noticeable on the field. In fact, he is the player that always stands out.”

Despite being verbally committed to Utah, it appeared from the pictures and the snetiment in his Twitter message that his visit to Oklahoma State stood out for him and his family.

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Mateaki Helu

Helu, who finished his visit Friday morning, has played running back, receiver, safety, and linebacker for the Tooele Buffs. Last season alone he ran for 1,077-yards and 14 touchdowns. On defense he had 50 tackles and a sack. As a sophomore, he had 32 tackles and a pair of sacks. His visit went well and while he is committed to Utah he is going to have plenty of time to think about college. He has informed schools recruiting him that his plan is to go on his mission for the church before starting college. He will be a senior this next school year and then plans to spend the next two years on mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Back to the current visitor Camron Heard.

Heard measured 6-0, 160-pounds and ran a 4.49 in the forty. He had a vertical of 36.5-inches. He then ran good routes and caught the ball well.

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Heard’s commitment on Twitter.

As a junior, Heard was tabbed the Texas District 11-4A-I MVP following a stellar season in which he went 48-of-90 for 714 yards and four touchdowns through the air, while rushing for 1,068 yards and 11 touchdowns on just 94 carries.

He is an explosive athlete that will fit in nicely with the Oklahoma State offense. His visit will run through Sunday when he finishes with a breakfast with his family and Coach Dunn and Coach Gundy and a meeting the Cowboys head coach.

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