Oklahoma State wide receiver Cameron Hunter was reportedly stabbed and robbed on Monday evening in Stillwater. Cody Stavenhagen of The Oklahoman reported that Hunter was treated for stab wounds to the abdomen and right forearm and later released. He is said to be doing well.
Hunter told police he was pulled into a green pickup truck by a white male after being stabbed sometime between 4:30 and 9:00 p.m on Monday. The attacker allegedly stole his belongings and dumped him at a different location in southwest Stillwater.
A witness reportedly saw Hunter walking and called police when he or she noticed that the junior transfer was bleeding. Hunter later said he was walking to a friend’s house.
Police have not yet made any arrests and are not pursuing any suspects. The Oklahoma State football team would not comment as the investigation is ongoing.
Hunter walked onto the OSU football team after transferring from the United States Air Force Academy.
H/T College Spun