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Police: OSU football player abducted, stabbed

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STILLWATER, Okla. - An Oklahoma State University football player is recovering Tuesday after he says someone stabbed him.

Police say Cameron Hunter, a transfer student from Air Force Academy, was kidnapped, robbed and left to suffer on the streets.

Brooke Morici found him next to her home.

"He was like, 'Somebody stabbed me. Somebody stabbed me,'" said Morici.

Morici kept him awake while another neighbor called 911.

"He was trying to tell us what happened. He said, 'Some dudes that were either Mexican or mixed-skin,' he said, 'my skin color,' jumped him," explained Morici. "They had a mask on."

While a description of the attacker is not clear at this point in the investigation, police say they believe it happened in the 1100 block of S. Ridge around 4:30 Monday afternoon.

The victim told investigations a man stabbed him, threw him in the back of a pickup truck, robbed him and dumped him out somewhere.

Police say the football player told them he managed to walk to Morici's neighborhood just before 9:00 in the evening, five hours after he says the masked men stabbed him.

"They had messed him up," said Morici.

The university sent out an alert, warning students of the stabbing of a 21-year-old student.

OSU will not release the identity of the student who was stabbed.

NewsChannel 4's sources have confirmed it is Hunter, and they say he is doing okay.