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Walter323

Well-Known Member
Season Preview

Offense should not be an issue for Oklahoma State this season with quarterback Mason Rudolph and wide receiver James Washington leading what should be a prolific attack whether the Cowboys decide to throw or run the ball. The defense returns only five starters, but it’s not short on athleticism and the coaching staff is optimistic about the unit’s potential. Oklahoma State has some tough tests, but the schedule for the most part should only help the Cowboys stay in the thick of the Big 12 race.



2013 Recruits

Travis Williams
Cocoa, FL
#479 ( #24 T)
:star::star::star:
OVR:73 (+2)
Every team is built up front. The signing of Williams helps the Cowboys do just that. New head coach Adrian Fuqua hopes to sign 4 top tier OL recruits this off-season. Williams has decent size (6'3 327) for run blocking but will need to work on his footwork for pass blocking. Will redshirt and likely be a 4 year starter after that.

Nathan Horne
East Point, GA
#1213 ( #46 FS)
:star::star::star:
OVR:71 (+5)
Horne was overlooked due to not starting as a sophomore and getting injured part way through his Junior season but has really started to open eyes during his Senior season. The Cowboys were on his trail early due to a a heads up from former players. UNC and Navy were late offers to Horne but he decided to stay loyal to his first offer from Okie State. During high school, Horne got away with being a better athlete than his competition, at the next level he will need to improve his technique and knowledge but he has a bright future ahead of him.

Marco Ellis
Glenpool, OK
#3 ( #1 ATH)
:star::star::star::star::star:
OVR:75 (-4)

Ellis earned the "#1 athlete" ranking after his stellar Junior season while being a monster on both sides of the ball, but during the offseason he let the "#1 ranking" go to his head a little bit and hasn't performed quite as well this season. Ellis is more of a natural as a WR but the team is pretty deep at the position. Ellis will enroll early and will be used on both sides of the ball during spring ball to see where he is more needed.

Scott Jacobs
Grapevine, TX
#226 ( #45 WR)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:69 (-1)
The Cowboys signed a legit deep ball threat for the future in Jacobs. At 6'6 220 he will have the size advantage over most DB's. Jacobs has good straight line speed (94/80) but will need to develop his quickness off the ball in order to get separation and be more than just a deep ball threat. The Cowboys had 4 freshman redshirting right now which could be somewhat of a log jam, but with Jacobs speed, he should see the field early after his redshirt year.

Michael Graves
Bloomfield, MI
#377 ( #40 DE)
:star::star::star:
OVR:73 (+2)
Graves is a little undersized height wise for what most teams would like in a defensive lineman(5'11 270), especially a DE, and he doesn't have the speed most would like (73/70) for that position, so he will likely be moved to DT depending on the rest of the recruiting class. Graves is a state champion wrestler with good hips and good hands. He has a toughness that doesn't show up on the recruiting sheet that is much needed on this team.

Garret Bates
Indio, CA
#433 ( #23 G)
:star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+7)

The goal for each recruiting class is to sign a minimum of 2 OL of 70+ caliber. Bates didn't hit his growth spurt until after his junior year of high school which is why he went highly unrecruited. Missouri tried jumping in late but Bates was loyal to his first offer. Bates looks to be a possible 3-4 year starter.

Shawn Washington
Jackson, MS
#155 ( #16 HB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+7)

The crown jewel has committed to Oklahoma State. Washington has has blazing speed (95/94) and already has the school getting ready for his Heisman campaign. Head coach Adrian Fuqua said that Washington reminded him of himself coming out of highschool, small, powerful and fast. The coaching staff will be chomping at the bit to get him on the field but may have to wait a year for his academics to clear.

Oliver Lane
Fort Sill, OK
#84 ( #7 HB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:79 (+6)

Word go out early on Lane that he was a life long Cowboy fan, which resulted in no other schools giving him an offer. Lane won't burn anybody for long runs on the outside, but he is a very effective runner between the tackles. The combination of Washington's speed and Lane's power will give the Cowboys a good thunder and lightning for the coming years.
 
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Walter323

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2013-2014 Season Recap

Award Winners
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All-Americans

CB-Darius Curry-Jr(R)
LE-Jarrell Owens-Jr(R)
HB-Justice Hill-So(R)

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All-Conference

CB-Darius Curry-Jr(R)
LE-Jarrell Owens-Jr(R)
HB-Justice Hill-So(R)
RE-Cole Walterscheid-Jr(R)
RT-Zachary Crabtree-Sr(R)
WR-James Washington-Sr

Departing Seniors
WR- James Washington-99 OVR
Co-Captain-89 Rec, 1559 YDS, 13 TD's
Washington was the go to receiver any time Rudolph was in trouble.
QB- Mason Rudolph-96 OVR
Co-Caption-304/414, 4023 YDS, 36 TD's
Rudolph was streaky good this season. He fell off towards the end of the season with his decision making, which resulted in too many turnovers.
SS- Tre Flowers-91 OVR
68 Tackles, 5 TFL, 1 Sack, 1 INT
RT- Zachary Crabtree-91 OVR
MLB- Chad Whitener-90 OVR

72 Tackles, 9 TFL, 3 Sack
WR- Marcell Ateman-87 OVR
44 Rec, 585 YDS, 6 TD
FS- Ramon Richards-87 OVR
42 Tackles
C- Brad Lundblade-86 OVR
LT- Aaron Cochran-85 OVR
LOLB- Kirk Tucker-85 OVR
CB- Adrian Baker-82 OVR

41 Tackles, 2 TFL, 3 INT
RE- Vili Leveni-81 OVR
Played primarily in a back-up and special teams role
WR- Chris Lacy-79 OVR
13 Rec, 172 YDS, 3 TD's
Broke into the lineup as WR #5
SS- Jerel Morrow-78 OVR
Played primarily in a back-up and special teams role
DT- DeQuinton Osborn-76 OVR
Played primarily in a back-up and special teams role
 

Walter323

Well-Known Member
2014 Season Outlook



Pre-Season Awards
All-American
HB-Justice Hill-Jr(R)
LE-Jarrell Owens-Sr(R)
CB-Darius Curry-Sr(R)

All-Big 12
HB-Justice Hill-Jr(R)
LE-Jarrell Owens-Sr(R)
CB-Darius Curry-Sr(R)
LG-Marcus Keyes-Jr(R)
RE-Cole Walterscheid-Sr(R)

The Offence will have an all new look in 2014 with only 5 returning starters. HB Justice Hill will lead the deep stable of running backs in a much more run heavy offence this season. The real battle in the beginning weeks will be at the QB position between Senior Taylor Cornelius(89 OVR) and Junior John Kolar(84 OVR). Both a decent athletes with Kolar getting the edge in that department. Cornelius has a little better deep ball and a better understanding of the offence at this point. As of now, the coaching staff is leaning towards the more athletic and accurate Kolar due the the inability of stretching the field with the wide outs.
The OL will be a work in progress all season after losing 3 starters and not much for top end talent replacing them. Juniors Tyler Moore (C 90 OVR) and Marcus Keyes (LG 95 OVR) will lead by example and hopefully the others will step up their game to follow.
In only year two, Coach Fuqua hasn't been able to get the speed he needs at WR to have a potent passing attack. After the graduation of Washington, the receivers are very..... meh. Small. Slow. Weak. Coach Fuqua has them working with the OL and TE's as their main job will be run blocking.

The Defence brings back 6 starters but will be starting an entire new secondary. Darius Curry had a great season playing the nickel last year and hopefully brings that up to another level while being on an island at #1 CB. The key to this years Defence will be getting pressure off of the edge with returning All-American Jarrell Owens. What Owens lacks in workout numbers, he makes up for in his knowledge of the game and "motor that doesn't stop". If Owens and Walterscheid can keep pressure from their DE positions it will make life easier on the inexperienced secondary.

Overall the expectations were very high for the 2013 squad and they did not live up to the hype. The 2014 squad isn't expected to be competing for a National Title this season but hopes to ruffle some feathers in the Big 12 and build for the future. AD Mike Holder has assured Coach Fuqua that this will be his only season where a Big 12 Championship is not expected.
 

Walter323

Well-Known Member
2014 Recruits

Doug Williams
Crestwood, MO
#990 ( #50 T)
:star::star::star:
OVR:75 (+9)

Williams comes in from a run heavy offense in high school where he was a dominant run blocker. He was largely overlooked by most Power 5 schools until he hit a growth spirt where he grew 6 inches and put on 60lbs between his junior and senior seasons. Williams is still getting used to his new size (6'5 332) and is a little clumsy with his pass blocking footwork, but after his redshirt year he will look to contribute immediately. The coaching staff is always excited to sign lineman early.

Cedric Robinson
Palm Bay, FL
#584 ( #31 T)
:star::star::star:
OVR:72 (+3)
If you ask any coach, they will tell you that you can never have too many good lineman. Robinson won't start right away but he adds very good depth and will make it so recruiting efforts can move to other positions next season. Robinson may may possibly move to Center during spring ball depending on the rest of the recruiting class.

Keenan Davis
Live Oak, TX
#262 ( #16 CB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:74 (+3)
Davis brings in some much needed athleticism to the secondary. Will be a contributor to special teams after his redshirt year and then move in to the nickel position after that. Also had late offers from Texas and Nebraska, but his Dad and Uncles all played for Oklahoma State so he decided to not make the holidays weird by keeping the pistols firing.

Rod Weldon
Noble, OK
#2 ( #1 ATH)
:star::star::star::star::star:
OVR:81 (+2)

Weldon officially puts Oklahoma State on the map for future title contenders. Weldon has the size (6'2 217), speed (86/89), and arm strength (89/84) to be a true difference maker. Weldon will redshirt and let Kolar finish off his senior year next season before being given the reigns to the offence. Weldon's only offer came from Oklahoma State despite having interest in Oklahoma and several SEC schools. Weldon is the new unofficial recruiting specialist as he is working on getting other playmakers to sign with the Cowboys.

Kirby Anderson
Pecan Grove, TX
#1465 ( #101 OLB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:70 (+7)

Anderson adds some much needed depth the the LB core. The coaching staff will look at possibly moving him to the inside during spring ball depending on how the recruiting class shakes out. Had offers from Mississippi State and NC State but Anderson wanted to play in the toughest conference in football.

Rodney Long
Jollyville, TX
#379 ( #25 CB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:72 (+2)
Decent CB with decent size, speed, and coverage skills. Nothing flashy but will get the job done when called upon.

Jon Davis
St. Matthews, KY
#577 ( #31 G)
:star::star::star:
OVR:73 (+4)
Davis is a likely candidate to be moved to Center during spring ball. He will take his redshirt year to learn the new position and likely be a 4 year starter after that. Davis is another no frills recruit but it is always great to add another lineman.

Brandon Spicer
Estelle, LA
#377 ( #33 DE)
:star::star::star:
OVR:75 (+5)
Spicer is excited for the chance to play right away next season. With 5 senior DE's leaving and only 1 suitable replacement, somebody is going to be starting as a true freshman. If Spicer doesn't win that spot he will likely be moved to DT due to his lack of speed and quickness off the edge.

Andy Johnson
Jennings, LA
#972 ( #59 MLB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:69 (+4)
MLB has been a large position of need the past 2 seasons without much luck. Johnson fills a hole but doesn't have the top end starter talent that the Cowboys are looking for, yet. What Johnson does have is incredible speed for a MLB (85) that should help him on special teams. He will take a redshirt year to hopefully keep improving but the team will keep recruiting MLB's in hopes of finding an overlooked gem to step in right away.

Rodney Stone
Houston, TX
#343 ( #30 DE)
:star::star::star:
OVR:74 (+4)
Stone will be a January enrollee looking for a chance to play starting day 1. Stone has the size (6'6 244) to be a day 1 starter but is still raw. The coaching staff has it work cut out for them on the D-Line next season as they graduate 6. The previous coaching staff failed to build a DL for the future. An OLB may be needed to move to DE during spring ball if Stone or Spicer don't impress the coaching staff enough. With that move, one of the current DE recruits will likely be moved to DT to shore up future needs there.

Eli Schmidt
Blackwell, OK
#1537 ( #7 FB)
:star::star:
OVR:75 (+5)
Schmidt is a lifelong Cowboy fan and continuing his education at Oklahoma State has been a lifelong dream. Fullback isn't a position of necessity for the Offence but it is always nice to keep a local kid home and not have to use a TE or OG as a fullback.
 
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
2014-2015 Season Recap

Award Winners
Heisman-Justice Hill-Jr(R)
Doak Walker-Justice Hill-Jr(R)
Lombardi-Jarrell Owens-Sr(R)

All-Americans
LE-Jarrell Owens-Sr(R)
HB-Justice Hill-Jr(R)
SS-Tracin Wallace*
WR-Shamond Greenwood*
*Freshman AA

All Big 12
LE-Jarrell Owens-Sr(R)
HB-Justice Hill-Jr(R)
LG-Marcus Keyes-Jr(R)
P-Zach Sinor-Sr(R)


Stat Leaders
Passing
John Kolar 238-327, 3848 Yds, 32 TD, 73 %
Rushing
Justice Hill 318 Att, 1787 Yds, 31 TD, Long of 85
John Kolar 103 Att, 615 Yds, 9 TD, Long of 62
Jeff Carr 28 Att, 180 Yds, 5 TD, Long of 21
Receiving
Jalen McCleskey 59 Rec, 1112 Yds, 6 TD, Long of 64
Shamond Greenwood 33 Rec, 681 Yds, 6 TD, Long of 63
Britton Abbott 41 Rec, 664 Yds, 6 TD, Long of 44
Tyron Johnson 35 Rec, 535 Yds, 1 TD, Long of 54
Justice Hill 48 Rec, 486 Yds, 5 TD, Long of 54
Defensive
Tackles-Jarrell Owens-66
Tackles for Loss-Jarrell Owens-31
Sacks-Jarrell Owens-14
Interceptions-Darius Curry-4
Deflections-Darius Curry-5
Forced Fumbles-Taaj Bakari/Darrion Daniels/A.J. Green-1
Kicking
Zach Sinor 12-13 FG, Long of 52, 63 Touchbacks
Punting
Zach Sinor 14 Att 663 Yds, 559 Net, Long of 57, 2 Inside 20
Kick Return
Jeff Carr 29 KR 812 Yds, 1 TD
Chuba Hubbard 29 KR 702 Yds
Punt Return
Jeff Carr 19 PR 235 Yds, 1 TD



Departing Seniors
P-Zach Sinor
-99 OVR-(Round 4)
-2014 All Big 12
DT-Darrion Daniels
-93 OVR-(Round 3)
RE-Cole Walterscheid
-93 OVR-(Round 4)
-2013 All Big 12
LE-Jarrell Owens
-92 OVR-(Round 4)
-2013 All American
-2013 All Big 12
-2014 Lombardi Award Winner
-2014 All American
-2014 All Big 12
QB-Taylor Cornelius
-92 OVR-(Round 6)
MLB-Justin Phillips
-87 OVR
RE-Jordan Brailford
-86 OVR
HB-Jeff Carr
-86 OVR
LOLB-Kenneth Edison-McGrud
-86 OVR
LE-Tralund Webber
-85 OVR
CB-Darius Curry
-84 OVR
-2013 All American
-2013 All Big 12
RG-Lemaefe Galea'i
-82 OVR
LE-Trey Carter
-82 OVR
TE-Britton Abbott
-81 OVR
RT-Shane Richards
-80 OVR
TE-Keenen Brown
-80 OVR
LT-Arlington Hambright
-79 OVR


Departing Early
LG-Marcus Keyes-Jr(R)
-95 OVR-(Round 3)
-2014 All Big 12
RG-Shannon McCarty-Fr
-62 OVR
-Transfer to NMSU
 
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
2015 Recruits

Benjamin McLaughlin
Wagoner, OK
#270 ( #17 OLB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+6)

Benny took his one and only visit early and that's all he needed to give his commitment to Oklahoma State. OLB was not a huge position of need but McLaughlin was too good to pass up. McLaughlin has a work ethic that is untouched, he was disappointed by his initial 4 star rating and devoted his offseason to getting stronger and faster and has made great gains so far. Benny will redshirt during his first season due to depth in front of him and then likely be a starter the year following.

Anthony Lee
Long Branch, NJ
#394 ( #78 WR)
:star::star::star:
OVR:72 (+5)
Lee is the first real legit deep threat to sign with Oklahoma State under Coach Fuqua. Lee will redshirt to work on his hands a little bit but will be an automatic help for stretching the field after that. Lee had no other offers and mainly wanted to play in the toughest conference in college football.

Brad Toth
Clinton, OK
#595 ( #27 T)
:star::star::star:
OVR:68 (-1)
Toth is a decent homegrown prospect who will hopefully develop for the future.

Eric Brewer
East Orange, NJ
#1281 ( #18 P)
:star::star::star:
OVR:81 (+6)

He's a punter, enough said.

Brian Hill
Cottonwood, AZ
#1053 ( #84 CB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:71 (+7)

Hill was a late find out of Arizona. Has decent speed (90/85) and ok coverage skills (78/82/80).

Scott Baker
Ft. Campbell North, KY
#1238 ( #79 G)
:star::star::star:
OVR:69 (+4)
Baker is another depth signing along the OL.

Leonard Harris
North Canton, OH
#410 ( #40 DE)
:star::star::star:
OVR:62 (-5)
Harris was mainly signed in hopes of adding Ohio as a pipeline state. Harris will try switching to DT and will mainly be a practice partner.

Gerrod Perkins
Willoughby Hills, OH
#773 ( #85 DE)
:star::star::star:
OVR:70 (+3)
Another Ohio recruit helping bolster the future pipeline. Perkins will take some time to develop in the weightroom and possibly work his way to a backup role in the future.

Mario Smith
Xenia, OH
#877 ( #97 DE)
:star::star::star:
OVR:62 (-2)
Smith looks the part of a big time DE at 6'5 262, but has yet to show it on the field. Smith is another DE who will try switching to DT and likely be a practice squad guy for his career.

Kaleb Jackson
Lima, OH
#1198 (#97 CB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:68 (+5)

David Dudley
The Village, OK
#111 (#5 G)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:74


Robert Taylor
Del City, OK
#8 (#4 ATH)
:star::star::star::star::star:
OVR:79 (+2)


John Collier
Hillcrest Heights, MD
#968 (#4 K)
:star::star::star:
OVR:78

Amir Raymond
Springhill, LA
#369 (#3 SS)
:star::star::star:
OVR:66 (-3)



This will possibly one of the lowest rated recruiting classes in the history of Oklahoma State.
 
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
2015-2016 Season Recap



Award Winners
Nagurski-LE Kevin Henry-Sr(R)
Lombardi-LE Kevin Henry-Sr(R)
Rimington-C-Tyler Moore-Sr(R)

All-Americans
HB-Justice Hill-Sr(R)
LE-Kevin Henry-Sr(R)
C-Tyler Moore-Sr(R)
MLB-Patrick Macon-Sr(R)
RE-Michael Graves-Fr(R)*
FS-Marco Ellis-Fr(R)*
HB-Shawn Washington-Fr(R)*

All Big 12
C-Tyler Moore-Sr(R)
HB-Justice Hill-Sr(R)
LE-Kevin Henry-Sr(R)
ROLB-Calvin Bundage-Jr(R)
DT-Taaj Bakari-Sr(R)
MLB-Patrick Macon-Sr(R)
Ret-Shawn Washington-Fr(R)
Stat Leaders
Passing
John Kolar-226-337, 3435 Yards, 26 TD, 27 INT, 162.1 QBR
Rushing
Justice Hill-290 Att, 2111 Yards, 25 TD, Long of 80
John Kolar-93 Att, 477 Yards, 5 TD, Long of 66
Shawn Washington-69 Att, 387 Yards, 12 TD, Long of 18
Receiving
Justice Hill-65 Rec, 758 Yards, 4 TD, Long of 53
Jalen McCleskey-50 Rec, 827 Yards, 6 TD, Long of 55
Shammond Greenwood-31 Rec, 691 Yards, 5 TD, Long of 76
Sione Finefeuiaki-28 Rec, 391 Yards, 1 TD, Long of 30
Tyron Johnson-25 Rec, 457 Yards, 6 TD, Long of 61
Defensive
Tackles-Patrick Macon-72
Tackles for Loss-Kevin Henry-30
Sacks-Kevin Henry-12
Interceptions-Lamarcus Morton/Patrick Macon/Calvin Bundage/Gyasi Akem-1
Deflections-Rondarius Williams-10
Forced Fumbles-Tracin Wallace-2
Kicking
Matt Amendola-9-11 Long of 39
Punting
Matt Amendola-21 Punts, 986 Yards, 6 Inside 20, Long of 53
Kick Return
Shawn Washington-36 KR, 1031 Yards, Long of 72
Justice Hill-13 KR, 322 Yards, Long of 33
Punt Return
Shawn Washington-27 PR, 244 Yards, 1 TD, Long of 58​

Departing Seniors
LE-Kevin Henry
87 OVR
2015 All-American
2015 All Big 12
2015 Lombardi Award Winner
2015 Nagurski Award Winner
K-Matt Amendola
93 OVR
ROLB-Gyasi Akem
90 OVR (Round 5)
DT-Fua Leiua
84 OVR
MLB-Patrick Macon
89 OVR
2015 All-American
2015 All Big 12
QB-John Kolar
95 OVR (Round 4)
HB-Justice Hill
99 OVR
2013 All-American
2013 All Big 12
2014 Heisman Award Winner
2014 Doak Walker Award Winner
2014 All-American
2014 All Big 12
2015 All-American
2015 All Big 12
FS-Za'Carrius Green
92 OVR (Round 5)
DT-Taaj Bakari
87 OVR
2015 All Big 12
RT-Johnny Wilson
83 OVR
WR-Tyron Johnson
88 OVR
C-Tyler Moore
96 OVR (Round 4)
2015 All-American
2015 All Big 12
2015 Rimington Award Winner
WR-Jalen McCleskey
98 OVR
CB-A.J. Green
92 OVR (Round 3)

Departing Early
C-Cedric Robinson-Fr
74 OVR (Transfer to Auburn)


New Record Holders
Career Rushing Touchdowns
New Record-Justice Hill-85
Old Record-48-Barry Sanders(86-88)
Career Rushing Yards
New Record-Justice Hill-5629
Old Record-4847-Thurman Thomas(84-87)
 
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
2016 Recruits

Kasey Miles
Searcy, AR
#156 ( #33 ATH)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+6)

Miles was a two way player in High School and his position for next season is still in the works. He has good speed (90/92), a decent arm (80/83), and great coverage skills (81/85/86). His natural position is CB, but the use of his speed at QB would be electric. If he goes the QB route, he will need to sit a couple seasons behind Weldon, if he goes the CB route he could find the field early.

Lynn Whitaker
Live Oak, TX
#87 ( #1 SS)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:75 (-2)

SS wasn't a great position of need, but when you can sign the #1 player at his position, you take it. Whitaker has great speed (94/91) but will need to build up his size (5'10 171) in order to play close to the LOS. Whitaker will redshirt and likely be a key #2 for a year before likely being in a starting role.

Erik Lewis
Miami, OK
#716 ( #33 T)
:star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+1)

Lewis took an an extra year in order to qualify academically. Talent wise, Lewis has what it takes to play Power 5 football, the question will be if he can stay academically eligible for his career to make an impact. Lewis will take a redshirt year and hit the books hard with tutors and hopefully get his grades in order.

Matt McClellan
Henderson, TX
#474 ( #42 DE)
:star::star::star:
OVR:74 (+4)
McClellan has the speed to be a difference maker coming off the edge in the future. He has a motor that makes NFL scouts get tight in the crotch about. McClellan will redshirt behind a deep DE group and look to crack the lineup soon after.

Travis Burton
Abilene, KS
#1615 ( #116 OLB)
:star::star:
OVR:69 (+7)

Burton played Safety in High School but will move to a more fitting role at Linebacker in college.

Shannon Johnson
Mishawaka, IN
#806 ( #49 CB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:69 (+3)
Has decent size and speed for a CB. Will redshirt and work his way up the depth chart. Had a late offer from Ohio State but decide to stick with his first offer from the Cowboys.

Josh Jones
Denham Springs, LA
#48 ( #17 ATH)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+3)


John Anderson
Oregon, OH
#1167 ( #89 DT)
:star::star::star:
OVR:72 (-1)


Recruiting Rank
Overall - 62/126
Big 12 - 12/14
 
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
2016 Post Season


Award Winners
Heisman-HB Shawn Washington-So(R)
Walter Camp-HB Shawn Washington-So(R)
Bednarik-MLB Amen Ogbongbemiga-Sr(R)
Nagurski-DT Enoch Smith Jr-Sr(R)
Doak Walker-HB Shawn Washington-So(R)
Biletnikoff-WR Shamond Greenwood-Jr(R)
Lombardi-DT Enoch Smith Jr-Sr(R)
Butkus-MLB Amen Ogbongbemiga-Sr(R)
Thorpe-SS Tracin Wallace-Jr(R)
Returner-WR La'Darren Brown-Sr(R)

All-Americans
SS-Tracin Wallace-Jr(R)
ROLB-Calvin Bundage-Sr(R)
Ret-La'Darren Brown-Sr(R)
WR-Shamond Greenwood-Jr(R)
DT-Enoch Smith Jr.-Sr(R)
MLB-Amen Ogbongbemiga-Sr(R)
CB-Lamarcus Morton-Jr(R)
HB-Shawn Washington-So(R)
DT-Brandon Spicer-Fr(R)
LE-Brent Temple-Fr(R)
RE-Michael Graves-So(R)
Ret-Chuba Hubbard-Jr(R)
TE-Xavier Ingram-Fr(R)*
QB-Rod Weldon-Fr(R)*
CB-Keenan Davis-Fr(R)*

All Big 12
SS-Tracin Wallace-Jr(R)
ROLB-Calvin Bundage-Sr(R)
Ret-La'Darren Brown-Sr(R)
WR-Shamond Greenwood-Jr(R)
DT-Enoch Smith Jr.-Sr(R)
MLB-Amen Ogbongbemiga-Sr(R)
CB-Lamarcus Morton-Jr(R)
HB-Shawn Washington-So(R)
LT-Teven Jenkins-Sr(R)
LE-Brent Temple-Fr(R)
RE-Michael Graves-So(R)
Ret-Chuba Hubbard-Jr(R)
RG-Matt Kegel-Sr(R)
Stat Leaders
Passing
Rod Weldon-Fr(R)-245/355, 3919 Yards, 36 TD, 34 INT
Rushing
Shawn Washington-So(R)-336 Att, 2407 Yards, 33 TD, Long of 78
Oliver Lane-So(R)-51 Att, 362 Yards, 5 TD, Long of 38
Receiving
Shamand Greenwood-Jr(R)-44 Rec, 1238 Yards, 14 TD, Long of 67
Tylan Wallace-Jr(R)-41 Rec, 590 Yards, 1 TD, Long of 60
Obi Obialo-Jr(R)-41 Rec, 568 Yards, 5 TD, Long of 35
Sione Finefeuiaki-Sr(R)-31 Rec, 511 Yards, 4 TD, Long of 75
Shawn Washington-So(R)-52 Rec, 471 Yards, 4 TD, Long of 44
Defensive
Tackles-MLB-Amen Ogvongbemiga-Sr(R)-91
TFL-DT-Enoch Smith Jr.-Sr(R)-24
Sacks-DT-Enoch Smith Jr.-Sr(R)-11
INT-CB-Lamarcus Morton-Jr(R)-3
Kicking
Eric Brewer-Fr-7/10, Long of 43
Punting
Eric Brewer-Fr-13 Punts, 574 Yards, 44.1 Average, 485 NET
Kick Return
Chubba Hubbard-Jr(R)-33 KR, 1163 Yards, 3 TD
La'Darren Brown-Sr(R)-27 KR, 993 Yards, 3 TD
Punt Return
La'Darren Brown-Sr(R)-21 PR, 234 Yards, 1 TD


Departing Seniors
ROLB-Calvin Bundage
99 OVR
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
2015 All Big 12
CB- Rondarius Williams
94 OVR(Round 3)
CB-Madre Harper
92 OVR(Round 6)
DT-Enoch Smith Jr
89 OVR
2016 Nagurski Award Winner
2016 Lombardi Award Winner
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
MLB-Amen Ogbongbemiga
89 OVR
2016 Bednarik Award Winner
2016 Butkus Award Winner
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
RG-Matt Kegel
88 OVR
2016 All Big 12
LT-Teven Jenkins
87 OVR
2016 All Big 12
FS-Chance Cook
86 OVR
QB-Keondre Wudtee
86 OVR
WR/HB-La'Darren Brown
85 OVR
2016 Returner of the Year Award
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
TE-Sione Finefeuiaki
85 OVR

Departing Early
WR-Tylan Wallace
92 OVR (Round 7)

New Record Holders​
 
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
2017 Recruits

Matt Meyers
Benbrook, TX
#82 ( #11 HB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:74

Meyers has blazing speed (96/90) and will also complete on the track team. Had initial interest in going to a Big Ten school but failed to attract any attention. Will likely redshirt and play a role as a returner before getting a chance to contribute in the backfield.

Darryl Williams
Dallas, TX
#201 ( #6 FS)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+3)
The signing of Williams was a big position of need for the future with the only 2 FS being Juniors. Williams has good speed and isn't afraid to play close to the LOS and lay a hit. Williams will redshirt and then step in to a starting role as a freshman.

Nate Samuel
Garden City, GA
#279 ( #21 OLB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+3)
The coaching staff is excited about the looks at Samuel at first glance and think he has the tools to become something special with his speed (88/84). Samuel played a hybrid SS/LB in college but will likely play OLB for the Cowboys.

Terrance King
McKeesport, PA
#227 ( #14 DT)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+4)
King was a nice find out of Pennsylvania and will be a nice fit in the middle of the DL. Will likely play in a reserve role.

Luke Jackson
Hampton, VA
#257 ( #13 QB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:76 (+3)
Jackson has been a lifelong Cowboy fan and long time Oklahoma resident until his father's job moved him to Virginia for his senior year. Luckily the move didn't change his mind of his favorite team. Jackson has a decent arm (84/81) and decent speed (84/81). Jackson knows he will likely be a back-up for a few years before getting a chance to play depending the rest of the recruiting class.

Bryan Carpenter
North Chicago, IL
#1882 ( #113 T)
:star::star:
OVR:67 (+6)

Carpenter is a project out of Illinois that was mainly signed for depth. Showed great improvement from his Junior to Senior year.

Kevin Horton
Murray, UT
#1023 ( #61 G)
:star::star::star:
OVR:68 (+1)
Horton is another depth signing for the OL. Could possibly move to Center in the future.

Justin Fine
Amherst, OH
#870 ( #133 WR)
:star::star::star:
OVR:69 (+5)
Fine shoes good promise to be a future contributor. Has good size (6'2 184) and decent speed (92/89).

Eric Dunbar
Mayfield Heights, OH
#67 ( #2 QB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:79 (+2)

The hard work put in by the coaching staff to develop Ohio as a new pipeline state has finally paid off with the signing of Dunbar. Dunbar doesn't have breakaway speed but has good escapability from the pocket. He has an arm that could develop to 'elite' in the near future (89/87).
 
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2017 Post Season


Award Winners
Nagurski-DT-Brandon Spicer-Oklahoma State
49 Tackles, 23 TFL, 14 Sacks, 3 Def, 1 FF
Lombardi-DT-Brandon Spicer-Oklahoma State
Returner-HB-Chuba Hubbard-Oklahoma State
24 KR, 1009 Yards, 2 TD
16 PR, 205 Yards, 1 TD

All-Americans
ROLB-Brendon Vaughn-Sr(R)
DT-Brandon Spicer-So(R)
HB-Shawn Washington-Jr(R)
Ret-Chuba Hubbard-Sr(R)
LOLB-Benjamin McLaughlin*
P-John Collier*

All Big 12
ROLB-Brendon Vaughn-Sr(R)
DT-Brandon Spicer-So(R)
HB-Shawn Washington-Jr(R)
Ret-Chuba Hubbard-Sr(R)
P-John Collier-Fr(R)
LG-Garrett Bates-Jr(R)
WR-Shamond Greenwood-Sr(R)
LE-Brent Temple-So(R)
CB-Keenan Davis-So(R)
C-Jon Davis-So(R)
LOLB-Benjamin McLaughlin-Fr(R)
RE-Michael Graves-Jr(R)
Stat Leaders
Passing

Rod Weldon-So(R)-217/310, 3115 Yards, 28 TD, 22 INT
Rushing
Shawn Washington-Jr(R)-258 Att, 1798 Yards, 32 TD, Long of 75
Chuba Hubbard-Sr(R)-48 Att, 424 Yards, 8 TD, Long of 54
Rod Weldon-So(R)-64 Att, 362 Yards, 6 TD, Long of 64
Receiving
Shamond Greenwood-Sr(R)-47 Rec, 1005 Yards, 12 TD, Long of 65
Jason Darby-Jr(R)-43 Rec, 619 Yards, 3 TD, Long of 33
Shawn Washington-Jr(R)-35 Rec, 404 Yards, 4 TD, Long of 53
Scott Jacobs-Jr(R)-35 Rec, 450 Yards, 3 TD, Long of 20
Xavier Ingram-So(R)-23 Rec, 342 Yards, Long of 36
Defensive
Tackles-MLB-Andy Johnson-So(R)-83
TFL-DT-Brandon Spicer-So(R)-23
Sacks-DT-Brandon Spicer-So(R)-14
INT-FS-Maco Ellis-Jr(R)-1
Def-MLB-Andy Johnson-So(R)-7
FF-LOLB-Benjamin McLaughlin-Fr(R)-2
Kicking
Eric Brewer-So-4/5, Long of 41
Punting
John Collier-Fr(R)-8 Att, 369 Yards, 46.1 Avg, 346 Net
Kick Return
Shamond Greenwood-Sr(R)-26 KR, 1022 Yards, 1 TD
Chuba Hubbard-Sr(R)-24 KR, 1009 Yards, 2 TD
Punt Return
Chuba Hubbard-Sr(R)-16 PR, 205 Yards, 1 TD

Departing Seniors
WR-Shamond Greenwood

95 OVR
2017 All Big 12
2016 Biletnikoff Award Winner
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
2014 Freshman All-American
WR-Tyrell Alexander
95 OVR
WR-Obi Obialo
92 OVR
HB-J.D. King
88 OVR
SS-Tracin Wallace
90 OVR
2016 Thorpe Award Winner
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
2014 Freshman All-American
ROLB-Brendon Vaughn
86 OVR
2017 All-American
2017 All Big 12
CB-Lamarcus Morton
92 OVR
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
HB-Chuba Hubbard
93 OVR
2017 All-American
2017 All Big 12
2017 Returner of the Year
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12

Departing Early
 

Walter323

Well-Known Member
2018 Recruits

Neal Woods
Cleveland, TN
#1416 ( #94 G)
:star::star::star:
OVR:74 (+9)

Woods hit a growth spurt between his Junior and Senior year which caused his stock to rise dramatically. From the looks of his dad and uncles he still has room to add weight to his 6'4 273 lb frame. Woods adds much needed depth for the future and won't take long for him to crack the starting lineup.

John Forte
Lodi, NJ
#941 ( #32 FS)
:star::star::star:
OVR:72 (+4)
FS was a huge position of need this recruiting round after not being able to sign any the past few season. Forte will enroll early but still redshirt. Due to the lack of future depth, Forte will likely be a 4 year starter after his redshirt year so he will need to be brought up to speed quickly.

Lee McFadden
Mason, MI
#396 ( #52 ATH)
:star::star::star:
OVR:76 (+8)

McFadden has the build (5'11 202) for a future at running back but the backfield is a little deep right now to crack the lineup. If he wants to get on the field early, it may need to be in the defensive backfield.

Samuel Wheatley
Taylor, MI
#227 ( #11 T)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:68 (-4)
Will provide good depth for the future. May possibly move to Center or Guard depending on future signings. Also had offers from Texas A&M and Iowa.

Ryan Jackson
Big Spring, TX
#236 ( #12 CB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+4)
Will likely slide in and play nickel for a few years before getting his chance on the outside. Has good size/speed and amazing coverage skills(88/87/90) for a true freshman.

Derrick Washington
Weatherford, OK
#721 ( #38 MLB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:76 (+8)
MLB has been a giant position of need in recruiting for the past several seasons and the Cowboys have finally found one. Was planning on pursuing a collegiate career in wrestling but hit a growth spurt before his senior year which got the attention of football scouts. Washington doesn't have the top end speed most teams would like in the middle but he will primarily be asked to be a run stopper.

Nick Robinson
Whitehall, OH
#13 ( #8 ATH)
:star::star::star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+1)

Robinson has the speed (93/88) to be a difference maker at QB or a very serviceable running back. If he wants to play QB he is going to need to work on his arm (81/79). The current Cowboy offence has gone away with running the QB in favor of the deep ball. Time will tell where Robinson ends up.

Tyrone Chavez
Bay City, MI
#188 ( #8 OLB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+2)
OLB wasn't a position of need but Chavez and his speed(85/92) were too much to pass up. There is a logjam right now at OLB but the coaching staff will do a little re-adjusting between OLB, MLB, and DE to try and get this guy on the field soon.

Andrew Franz
Dyersburg, TN
#746 ( #61 ATH)
:star::star::star:
OVR:71 (+6)

Scouts are unsure where Franz will play at the next level. In High School he was asked to play WR and DB and never really focusing on 1 spot. While at the Oklahoma State camp this summer the DB coaches fell in love with him and project his grade much higher than the national average.

Orlando Robertson
Twinsburg, OH
#917 ( #51 G)
:star::star::star:
OVR:71 (+3)
Robertson was shocked when the first thing the coaches told him was that he will likely never play a down at Guard for the Cowboys. Instead, he will most likely be moved to Center or Tackle depending on the rest of the recruiting class. He has the frame and the footwork to be a Tackle, and the smarts to be a Center. Also had an offer from Stanford but choose Oklahoma State to play with former rivals from High School.

Jimmy Pruitt
Houston, TX
#201 ( #40 WR)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:72 (+2)
Pruitt isn't any thing flashy put he will be a good #2 or #3 WR for the future.

Carlos Harrison
Shawnee, OK
#260 ( #52 WR)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:68
Late addition to the recruiting board. Signed to help with depth. Harrison wanted to stay home and play for his fathers alma mater. Has decent speed (93/83) and is a hard worker which will help him develop in to a future role player.
 

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Great stats for all seasons but those INT's though.....especially the QB who threw 34 of them. Is Pistol your default offense?
 

Walter323

Well-Known Member
2018 Post Season

Award Winners
Bednarik-
DE-Brent Temple-Jr(R)
Nagurski-DE-Brent Temple-Jr(R)
Walker-HB-Shawn Washington-Sr(R)
Outland-LG-Garrett Bates-Sr(R)
Lombardi-DE-Brent Temple-Jr(R)
Thorpe-SS-David Smith-Jr(R)

All-Americans
MLB-Andy Johnson-Jr(R)
C-Jon Davis-Jr(R)
DT-Brandon Spicer-Jr(R)
CB-Keenan Davis-Jr(R)
LE-Brent Temple-Jr(R)
RT-Travis Williams-Sr(R)
LG-Garrett Bates-Sr(R)
HB-Shawn Washington-Sr(R)
SS-David Smith-Jr(R)
CB-Rodney Long-Jr(R)
CB-Chester Johnson-Sr(R)
FS-Marco Ellis-Sr(R)
WR-Anthony Lee-So(R)
All Big 12
MLB-Andy Johnson-Jr(R)
C-Jon Davis-Jr(R)
DT-Brandon Spicer-Jr(R)
CB-Keenan Davis-Jr(R)
LE-Brent Temple-Jr(R)
RT-Travis Williams-Sr(R)
LG-Garrett Bates-Sr(R)
HB-Shawn Washington-Sr(R)
SS-David Smith-Jr(R)
CB-Rodney Long-Jr(R)
CB-Chester Johnson-Sr(R)
FS-Marco Ellis-Sr(R)
WR-Anthony Lee-So(R)
LT-Doug Williams-Jr(R)
ROLB-Benjamin McLaughlin-So(R)
K-Eric Brewer-Jr
Ret-Robert Taylor-So(R)​

Stat Leaders
Passing

Rod Weldon-Jr(R)-248-315 3841 YDS, 33 TD 18 INT, 204.3 Rating
Rushing
Shawn Washington-Sr(R)-254 Att 1875 YDS, 29 TD, Long of 68
Oliver Lane-Sr(R)-88 Att 535 YDS, 10 TD, Long of 34
Receiving
Anthony Lee-So(R)-50 Rec 1050 YDS, 10 TD
Shawn Washington-Sr(R)-44 Rec 619 YDS, 7 TD
Jacob Darby-Sr(R)-42 Rec 689 YDS, 4 TD
Scott Jacobs-Sr(R)-33 Rec 497 YDS, 3 TD
Xavier Ingram-Jr(R)-26 Rec 423 YDS
Defensive
Tackles-Andy Johnson-Jr(R)-78
TFL-Brent Temple-Jr(R)-30
Sacks-Brent Temple-Jr(R)-21
INT-David Smith-Jr(R)-5
FF-Brent Temple-Jr(R)-3
Kicking
Eric Brewer-Jr-FG 10-10 Long of 51
Punting
John Collier-So(R)-13 Att 570 YDS, Net 480
Kick Return
Robert Taylor-So(R)-27 KR 904 YDS, 1 TD
Shawn Washington-Sr(R)-21 KR 631 YDS, 1 TD
Punt Return
Shawn Washington-Sr(R)-14 PR 194 YDS, 1 TD

Departing Seniors
DT-Corey Kilpatrick
81 OVR
CB-Chester Johnson
92 OVR-Round 3
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
HB-Shawn Washington
99 OVR
2018 Doak Walker Award Winner
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
2017 All-American
2017 All Big 12
2016 Heisman Award Winner
2016 Walter Camp Award Winner
2016 Doak Walker Award Winner
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
2015 Freshman All-American
2015 All Big 12
HB-Oliver Lane
99 OVR-Round 1
WR-Jason Darby
86 OVR
LT-Lewis Mason
83 OVR
WR-Scott Jacobs
87 OVR
CB-James Jacques
85 OVR
FS-Nathan Horne
90 OVR
LG-Garrett Bates
99 OVR-Round 1
2018 Outland Award Winner
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
2017 All-American
2017 All Big 12
MLB-Ben Mitchell
81 OVR
FS-Marco Ellis
95 OVR-Round 3
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
2015 Freshman All-American
RE-Michael Graves
93 OVR
2017 All Big 12
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
2015 Freshman All-American
RT-Travis Williams
90 OVR-Round 4
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
FB-Eli Schmidt
90 OVR-Round 3

Departing Early
RT-Bryan Carpenter-Fr
67 OVR-Transfer to WKU
LE-Brent Temple-Jr(R)
91 OVR- Round 4
2018 Bednarik Award Winner
2018 Nagurski Award Winner
2018 Lombardi Award Winner
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
2017 All Big 12
2016 All Big 12
QB-Anthony Adams-So(R)
93 OVR-Round 4
CB-Keenan Davis-Jr(R)
92 OVR-Round 3
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
2017 All Big 12
2016 Freshman All-American


New Record Holders
NCAA Career Rushing Yards
Shawn Washington-6467
Previous Record-Donnel Pumphrey-6405
NCAA Career Rushing TD's
Shawn Washington-106
Previous Record Holder-Keena Reynolds-88
School Career Sacks
Brent Temple-38
Previous Record Holder-Leslie O'Neil-34
Single Season Sacks
Brent Temple-21
Previous Record Holder-Leslie O'Neil-16
 
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Walter323

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2019 Recruits
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Rob Taylor
Borger, TX
#267 ( #12 T)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:74
Solid addition start to the 2019 class. In order for this team to compete with the best, the offensive line has to be top notch. The signing of Taylor helps solidify depth and adds a future starter. Taylor has the size (6'4 332) to compete right away, but will need to develop more of a mean streak to be a punishing run blocker. Will redshirt and then look to be a 4 year starter depending on the rest of the recruiting class. Choose Oklahoma State over offers from Washington and Iowa.

Derek Hunt
Portland, TX
#199 ( #13 DT)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+3)
Hunt is a big run stopper who will look to plug up the middle. Don't expect any big sack numbers from Hunt as his main job will be to eat up double teams to free the Linebackers. Will redshirt and then play in primarily be a reserve for 3 fronts and be DT#2 for 4 fronts.

Josh Fuller
Coolidge, AZ
:star::star::star::star:
#254 ( #36 ATH)
OVR:73 (+3)
Has the tools to become a great read option quarterback with his size (6'3 208) and speed (90/90). Could possibly get on the field sooner if he goes the WR route. Fuller drew late interest from Texas A&M but in the end, decided to stay with his first offer from the Cowboys.

Matt Carroll
Hugo, OK
#179 ( #3 FS)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:73 (-1)
Nothing flashy or real exciting about Carroll. Will add good depth to a already young FS squad. Will likely have to earn his keep on special teams for awhile before finding the starting lineup.

Adam Bell
Rose Hill, VA
:star::star::star:
#493 ( #3 K)
OVR:84
Bell is an above average kicker with 85 power and 85 accuracy. Will move to Punter for a year and take a redshirt while Collier takes over kicking duties for his senior year.
 
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2019 Post Season

Award Winners
Heisman-HB-Robert Taylor-Jr(R)
Thorpe-SS-David Smith-Sr(R)
Lombardi-RE-Rodney Stone-Sr(R)
Biletnikoff-WR-Anthony Lee-Jr(R)
Doak Walker-HB-Robert Taylor-Jr(R)
Nagurski-RE-Rodney Stone-Sr(R)
Walter Camp-HB-Robert Taylor-Jr(R)
Maxwell-HB-Robert Taylor-Jr(R)

All Americans
SS-David Smith-Sr(R)
CB-Rodney Long-Sr(R)
RE-Rodney Stone-Sr(R)
ROLB-Benjamin McLaughlin-Jr(R)
DT-Brandon Spicer-Sr(R)
HB-Robert Taylor-Jr(R)
WR-Anthony Lee-Jr(R)
C-Jon Davis-Sr(R)
LT-Doug Williams-Sr(R)
FS-Darryl Williams*
LT-Joel Kearney*

All Big 12
SS-David Smith-Sr(R)
CB-Rodney Long-Sr(R)
RE-Rodney Stone-Sr(R)
ROLB-Benjamin McLaughlin-Jr(R)
DT-Brandon Spicer-Sr(R)
HB-Robert Taylor-Jr(R)
WR-Anthony Lee-Jr(R)
C-Jon Davis-Sr(R)
LT-Doug Williams-Sr(R)
RG-David Dudley-Jr(R)
P-John Collier-Jr(R)​

Stat Leaders
Passing
Rode Weldon
191-263 3114 Yards, 29 TD, 17 INT
Rushing
Robert Taylor
310 Att 2463 Yards, 37 TD, Long of 97
Matt Meyers
51 Att, 500 Yards, 7 TD, Long of 70
Receiving
Anthony Lee
49 Rec, 1123 Yards, 16 TD, Long of 74
Josh Jones
42 Rec, 698 Yards, 3 TD, Long of 56
Robert Taylor
41 Rec, 476 Yards, 3 TD, Long of 56
Rodney Moore
32 Rec, 522 Yards, 6 TD, Long of 61
Defensive
Tackles- Andy Johnson-80
TFL- Rodney Stone-22
Sacks-Rodney Stone-14
INT-David Smith-6
FF-Rodney Stone-3
Kicking
Erick Brewer
13-15 FG, Long of 51
Punting
John Collier
8 Punts, 338 Yards,
Kick Return
Robert Taylor
30 Ret, 1062 Yards, 2 TD
Matt Meyers
16 Ret, 580 Yards
Punt Return
Robert Taylor
17 Ret, 185 Yards

Departing Seniors
RE-John Ford
79 OVR
DT-Gemara Leslie
86 OVR
WR-Rodney Moore
91 OVR
TE-Xavier Ingram
88 OVR
2016 Freshman All-American
MLB-Andy Johnson
89 OVR
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
TE-Travis Causey
90 OVR
DT-Christian Simmons
89 OVR
LOLB-Kirby Anderson
89 OVR
SS-David Smith
93 OVR
2019 Thorpe Award Winner
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12
2018 Thorpe Award Winner
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
CB-Rodney Long
93 OVR
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
RE-Rodney Stone
94 OVR
2019 Lombardi Award Winner
2019 Nagurski Award Winner
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12
QB-Rod Weldon
99 OVR
2016 Freshman All-American
C-Jon Davis
97 OVR
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
2017 All Big 12
DT-Brandon Spicer
94 OVR
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
2017 Nagurski Award Winner
2017 Lombardi Award Winner
2017 All-American
2017 All Big 12
2016 All-American
2016 All Big 12
LT-Doug Williams
93 OVR
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12
2018 All Big 12
K-Eric Brewer
96 OVR
2018 All Big 12

Departing Early
HB-Robert Taylor-Jr(R)
96 OVR
Round 3 Draft Pick
2019 Heisman Award Winner
2019 Doak Walker Award Winner
2019 Maxwell Award Winner
2019 Walter Camp Award Winner
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12

New Record Holders
 
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Oklahoma State Passing Records
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Career Yards
Rank
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Single Season Yards
Rank
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Single Game Yards
Rank
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{td}1. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td} 13,989{/td}
{td} 2016-2019{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 4,904{/td}
{td} 2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 540{/td}
{td} 2016{/td}
{td=left} Pittsburg{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 13,618{/td}
{td} 2014-2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td} 4,727{/td}
{td} 2011{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td} 502{/td}
{td} 2011{/td}
{td=left} Kansas State{/td}
{/tr}
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{td}3. Eric Dunbar{/td}
{td} 10,006{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td} 4,277{/td}
{td} 2010{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 497{/td}
{td} 2017{/td}
{td=left} Pittsburg{/td}
{/tr}
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{td}4. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td} 9,260{/td}
{td} 2008-2011{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 4,091{/td}
{td} 2016{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4.Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td} 476{/td}
{td} 2011{/td}
{td=left} Iowa State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}5. Mike Gundy{/td}
{td} 8,473{/td}
{td} 1986-1989{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td} 3,919{/td}
{td} 2016{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5.Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 459{/td}
{td} 2017{/td}
{td=left} Baylor{/td}
{/tr}
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{td}6. Zac Robinson{/td}
{td} 8,317{/td}
{td} 2006-2009{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td} 3,841{/td}
{td} 2018{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 457{/td}
{td} 2016{/td}
{td=left} Kansas State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}7. Josh Fields{/td}
{td} 6,090{/td}
{td} 2001-2003{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}7. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 3,770{/td}
{td} 2015{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}7. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 447{/td}
{td} 2017{/td}
{td=left} Oklahoma{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8.Tone' Jones{/td}
{td} 4,812{/td}
{td} 1993-1996{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Eric Dunbar{/td}
{td} 3457{/td}
{td} 2020{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td} 438{/td}
{td} 2011{/td}
{td=left} Texas A&M{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9. Clint Chelf{/td}
{td} 4,277{/td}
{td} 2010-2013{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} 9. John Kolar{/td}
{td} 3,435{/td}
{td} 2015{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td} 437{/td}
{td} 2015{/td}
{td=left} Kansas State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10.Tony Lindsay{/td}
{td} 4,113{/td}
{td} 1997-2000{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td} 3,115{/td}
{td} 2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10. Wes Lunt{/td}
{td} 436{/td}
{td} 2012{/td}
{td=left} Arizona{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=left} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=center}Career Touchdowns
Rank {/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Years{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}
Single Season TD's
Rank
{/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}
Single Game TD's
Rank
{/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}1. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td=center} 126{/td}
{td=center} 2016-2019{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}1. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td=center}37{/td}
{td=center}2011{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}1. Josh Fields{/td}
{td=center}7{/td}
{td=center}2003{/td}
{td=left}SMU{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}2. Eric Dunbar{/td}
{td=center} 97{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}1. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td=center}37{/td}
{td=center}2017{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}2. Josh Fields{/td}
{td=center}6{/td}
{td=center}2002{/td}
{td=left}Kanas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}3. Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td=center}92{/td}
{td=center}2014-2017{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}3. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td=center} 36{/td}
{td=center} 2016{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}2. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td=center}6{/td}
{td=center}2010{/td}
{td=left}Tulsa{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}4. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td=center}75{/td}
{td=center}2008-2001{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}4. Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td=center} 34{/td}
{td=center} 2010{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}4. Bobby Reid{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td=center}2006{/td}
{td=left}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}5. Zac Robinson{/td}
{td=center}66{/td}
{td=center}2006-2009{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}5. Eric Dunbar{/td}
{td=center} 34{/td}
{td=center} 2022{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Zac Robinson{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td=center}2008{/td}
{td=left}Iowa State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}6. Mike Gundy{/td}
{td=center}57{/td}
{td=center}1986-1989{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}6. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td=center} 33{/td}
{td=center} 2018{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td=center}2010{/td}
{td=left}UL-L{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}7. Josh Fields{/td}
{td=center}55{/td}
{td=center}2001-2003{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}7. Eric Dunbar{/td}
{td=center} 31{/td}
{td=center} 2021{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td=center}2001{/td}
{td=left}Texas Tech{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}8.Clint CHelf{/td}
{td=center}37{/td}
{td=center}2010-2013{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}8. Josh Fields{/td}
{td=center} 31 {/td}
{td=center} 2002 {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Brandon Weeden{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td=center}2001{/td}
{td=left}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}9. J.W. Walsh{/td}
{td=center} 36{/td}
{td=center}2012-2015 {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}9. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td=center} 29{/td}
{td=center} 2019 {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td=center}2015{/td}
{td=left}TCU{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}10{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}10. Rod Weldon{/td}
{td=center}28{/td}
{td=center}2017{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Mason Rudolph{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td=center}2016{/td}
{td=left}Kansas State{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
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Well-Known Member
Oklahoma State Career Rushing Records
[xtable=skin1|@x864]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}
Career Yards
Rank{/td}
{td}Yards{/td}
{td}Years{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}
Single Season Yards
Rank{/td}
{td}Yards{/td}
{td}Year{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}
Single Game Yards
Rank{/td}
{td}Yards{/td}
{td}Year{/td}
{td}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1. Shawn Washington{/td}
{td}6,467{/td}
{td}2015-2018{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td}2,850{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td}332{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td}Texas Tech{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Justice Hill{/td}
{td}5,629{/td}
{td}2013-2015{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Robert Taylor{/td}
{td}2,463{/td}
{td}2019{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. David Thompson{/td}
{td}321{/td}
{td}1996{/td}
{td}Baylor{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}3. Matt Meyers{/td}
{td}5,198{/td}
{td}2019-2022{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Shawn Washington{/td}
{td}2,407{/td}
{td}2016 {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td}320{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td}Kansas State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}4. Thurman Thomas{/td}
{td}5,001{/td}
{td}1984-1987{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Justice Hill{/td}
{td}2,111 {/td}
{td}2015{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td}312{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}5. Terry Miller{/td}
{td}4,754{/td}
{td}1974-1977{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Terry Miller{/td}
{td}1,887{/td}
{td}1976{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td}304{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td}Tulsa{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}6. David Thompson{/td}
{td}4,318{/td}
{td}1993-1996{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Ernest Anderson{/td}
{td}1,877{/td}
{td}1982{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Thurman Thomas{/td}
{td}293{/td}
{td}1987{/td}
{td}Iowa State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}7. Kendall Hunter{/td}
{td}4,181{/td}
{td}2007-2010{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}7. Shawn Washington{/td}
{td}1,875 {/td}
{td}2018{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td}293{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td}Iowa State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td}3,797{/td}
{td}1986-1988{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Shawn Washington{/td}
{td}1,798{/td}
{td}2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Ernest Anderson{/td}
{td}270{/td}
{td}1982{/td}
{td}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9.Ernest Anderson{/td}
{td}3,780{/td}
{td}1979-1983{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9.Thurman Thomas{/td}
{td}1,767{/td}
{td}1987{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. Vernand Morency{/td}
{td}269{/td}
{td}2003{/td}
{td}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10.Tatum Bell{/td}
{td}3,409{/td}
{td}2000-2003{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10.Lee McFadden{/td}
{td}1,764{/td}
{td}2023{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10. Gerald Hudson{/td}
{td}264{/td}
{td}1990{/td}
{td}Iowa State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=center}
Career TD's
Rank
{/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Years{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}
Single Season TD's
Rank
{/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}
Single Game TD's
Rank
{/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1. Shawn Washington{/td}
{td=center}106{/td}
{td}2015-2018{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td=center}42{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Barry Sanders{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td}Tulsa{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Matt Meyers{/td}
{td=center} 97{/td}
{td} 2019-2022{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Robert Taylor{/td}
{td=center}37{/td}
{td}2019{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Barry Sanders{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}3. Justice Hill{/td}
{td=center}85{/td}
{td}2013-2015{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Nick Robinson(QB){/td}
{td=center} 35 {/td}
{td}2023{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Barry Sanders{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td}Wyoming{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}4.Barry Sanders{/td}
{td=center}53{/td}
{td}1986-1988{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Shawn Washington{/td}
{td=center}33{/td}
{td}2016{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}5.Nick Robinson(QB){/td}
{td=center}52{/td}
{td}2020-2023{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Shawn Washington{/td}
{td=center} 32{/td}
{td}2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}6. Terry Miller{/td}
{td=center}49{/td}
{td}1974-1977{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Matt Meyers{/td}
{td=center}32{/td}
{td}2021{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}7. Thurman Thomas{/td}
{td=center}47{/td}
{td}1984-1987{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}7.Matt Meyers{/td}
{td=center}30{/td}
{td}2022{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8.Robert Taylor{/td}
{td=center}40{/td}
{td}2018-2019{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Shawn Washington{/td}
{td=center}29{/td}
{td}2018{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8.Joseph Randle{/td}
{td=center}40{/td}
{td}2010-2012{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. Matt Meyers{/td}
{td=center}28{/td}
{td}2020{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10.Kendall Hunter{/td}
{td=center}37{/td}
{td}2007-2010{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10.Terry Miller{/td}
{td=center}27{/td}
{td}1976{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
Oklahoma State Receiving Records
[xtable=skin1]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td=center}Career Yards
Rank{/td}
{td=center}Yards{/td}
{td=center}Years{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}Single Season Yards
Rank{/td}
{td=center}Yards{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}Single Game Yards
Rank{/td}
{td=center}Yards{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1. James Washington{/td}
{td}4,472{/td}
{td}2014-2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td}1,782{/td}
{td}2010{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Adarius Bowman{/td}
{td=center}300{/td}
{td}2006{/td}
{td}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td}4,414{/td}
{td}2000-2003{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td}1,695{/td}
{td}2002{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. James Washington{/td}
{td=center}296{/td}
{td}2016{/td}
{td}Pitt{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}3. Shamand Greenwood{/td}
{td}3,615{/td}
{td}2014-2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. James Washington{/td}
{td}1,549{/td}
{td}2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td=center}236{/td}
{td}2008{/td}
{td}Houston{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}4. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td}3,564{/td}
{td}2009-2001{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td}1,522{/td}
{td}2011{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. James Washington{/td}
{td=center}235{/td}
{td}2017{/td}
{td}Baylor{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}5. Hart Lee Dykes{/td}
{td}3,510{/td}
{td}1985-1989{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td}1,480{/td}
{td}2008{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}232{/td}
{td}2003{/td}
{td}SMU{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}6. Anthony Lee{/td}
{td}3,076{/td}
{td}2018-2020{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Hart Lee Dykes{/td}
{td}1,441{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}226{/td}
{td}2002{/td}
{td}Oklahoma{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}7. J'Juan Woods{/td}
{td}2,751{/td}
{td}2002-2006{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}7. James Washington{/td}
{td}1,380{/td}
{td}2016{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}7. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}223{/td}
{td}2003{/td}
{td}Ole Miss{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8. Jalen McCleskey{/td}
{td}2,621{/td}
{td}2013-2015{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td}1,367{/td}
{td}2003{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td=center}212{/td}
{td}2008{/td}
{td}Baylor{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td}2,425{/td}
{td}2007-2009{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. Shamand Greenwood{/td}
{td}1,238{/td}
{td}2016{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. Curtis Mayfield{/td}
{td=center}208{/td}
{td}1989{/td}
{td}Nebraska{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10. Josh Stewart{/td}
{td}2,204{/td}
{td}2011-2013{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10. Josh Stewart{/td}
{td}1,210{/td}
{td}2012{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}207{/td}
{td}2010{/td}
{td}Texas Tech{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=center}Career TD's
Rank{/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Years{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}Single Season TD's
Rank{/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}Single Game TD's
Rank{/td}
{td=center}TD's{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}42{/td}
{td}2000-2003{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}2010{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}7{/td}
{td}2003{/td}
{td}SMU{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}40{/td}
{td}2009-2011{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td=center}19{/td}
{td}2008{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Adarius Bowman{/td}
{td=center}4{/td}
{td}2006{/td}
{td}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}3. James Washington{/td}
{td=center}39{/td}
{td}2014-2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}18{/td}
{td}2011{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td=center}4{/td}
{td}2008{/td}
{td}Iowa State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}4. Shamand Greenwood{/td}
{td=center}37{/td}
{td}2014-2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}17{/td}
{td}2002{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Tracy Moore{/td}
{td=center}4{/td}
{td}2012{/td}
{td}Arizona{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}5. Anthony Lee{/td}
{td=center}36{/td}
{td}2018-2020{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Hart Lee Dykes{/td}
{td=center}15{/td}
{td}1988{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}6. Hart Lee Dykes{/td}
{td=center}31{/td}
{td}1985-1988{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}15{/td}
{td}2003{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}7. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td=center}29{/td}
{td}2007-2009{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Anthony Lee{/td}
{td=center}15{/td}
{td}2019{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8.D'Juan Woods{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}2002-2006{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Shamand Greenwood{/td}
{td=center}14{/td}
{td}2016{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8. Adarius Bowman{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}2006-2007{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. James Washington{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td}2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10.Tracy Moore{/td}
{td=center}18{/td}
{td}2009-2013{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. Shamand Greenwood{/td}
{td=center}12{/td}
{td}2017{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. Adarius Bowman{/td}
{td=center}12{/td}
{td}2006{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=center}
Career Receptions
Rank
{/td}
{td=center}Rec{/td}
{td=center}Years{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}
Single Season Receptions
Rank
{/td}
{td=center}Rec{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}
Single Game Receptions
Rank
{/td}
{td=center}Rec{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}1. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}293{/td}
{td=left}2000-2003{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}1. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}122{/td}
{td=left}2011{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}1. Alex Loyd{/td}
{td=center}16{/td}
{td=center}1949{/td}
{td=left}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}2. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}253{/td}
{td=left}2009-2011{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}2. Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}111{/td}
{td=left}2010{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}2. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2003{/td}
{td=left}SMU{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}3. James Washington{/td}
{td=center}226{/td}
{td=left}2014-2017{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}3. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}107{/td}
{td=left}2002{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Adaruis Bowman{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2006{/td}
{td=left}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}4. Hart Lee Dykes{/td}
{td=center}224{/td}
{td=left}1985-1988{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}4. Josh Stewart{/td}
{td=center}101{/td}
{td=left}2012{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Dez Bryant{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2008{/td}
{td=left}Oregon{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}5. Josh Stewart{/td}
{td=center}180{/td}
{td=left}2011-2013{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}5. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td=center}87{/td}
{td=left}2008{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2010{/td}
{td=left}Baylor{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}6. D'Juan Woods{/td}
{td=center}163{/td}
{td=left}2002-2005{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}6. Hart Lee Dykes{/td}
{td=center}84{/td}
{td=left}1988{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2010{/td}
{td=left}UL-L{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}7. Josh Cooper{/td}
{td=center}161{/td}
{td=left}2008-2011{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}7. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}80{/td}
{td=left}2001{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2011{/td}
{td=left}Kansas State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}8. Dez Bryant{/td}
{td=center}147{/td}
{td=left}2007-2009{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}8. Rashaun Woods{/td}
{td=center}77{/td}
{td=left}2003{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Justin Blackmon{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2011{/td}
{td=left}Baylor{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}9. Tracy Moore{/td}
{td=center}144{/td}
{td=left}2009-2012{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}9. James Washington{/td}
{td=center}74{/td}
{td=left}2017{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Josh Cooper{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2011{/td}
{td=left}Iowa State{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=left}10. Anthony Lee{/td}
{td=center}141{/td}
{td=left}2018-2020{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}10. Jalen McClesky{/td}
{td=center}73{/td}
{td=left}2016{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=left}Josh Stewart{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td=center}2012{/td}
{td=left}West Virginia{/td}
{/tr}
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Oklahoma State Defensive Records
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{tbody}
{tr}
{td}Career Interceptions
Rank{/td}
{td}INT's{/td}
{td}Years{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Single Season INT's
Rank{/td}
{td}INT's{/td}
{td}Year{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Single Game INT's
Rank{/td}
{td}INT's{/td}
{td}Year{/td}
{td}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1. Bob Fenimore{/td}
{td=center}18{/td}
{td}1943-1946{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. John Gates{/td}
{td=center}8{/td}
{td}1969{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Lee Cook{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td}1942{/td}
{td}Detroit{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Mark Moore{/td}
{td=center}16{/td}
{td}1983-1986{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Alvin Brown{/td}
{td=center}8{/td}
{td}1972{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Bob Fenimore{/td}
{td=center}4{/td}
{td}1944{/td}
{td}Denver{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Melvin Gilliam{/td}
{td=center}16{/td}
{td}1985-1988{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Adam Hinds{/td}
{td=center}8{/td}
{td}1983{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Jacob Lacey{/td}
{td=center}3{/td}
{td}2007{/td}
{td}Texas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}4. Gregg Johnson{/td}
{td=center}13{/td}
{td}1977-1980{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Bob Fenimore{/td}
{td=center}7{/td}
{td}1945{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}5. John Gates{/td}
{td=center}12{/td}
{td}1968-1969{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Ed Roof{/td}
{td=center}7{/td}
{td}1949{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}Chris Rockins{/td}
{td=center}12{/td}
{td}1980-1983{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Darryl Stewart{/td}
{td=center}7{/td}
{td}1972{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}Rod Brown{/td}
{td=center}12{/td}
{td}1982-1984{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Mark Moore{/td}
{td=center}7{/td}
{td}1985{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}Adam Hinds{/td}
{td=center}12{/td}
{td}1982-1984{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Justin Gilbert{/td}
{td=center}7{/td}
{td}2013{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}Scott Harmon{/td}
{td=center}12{/td}
{td}1990-1993{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}Justin Gilbert{/td}
{td=center}12{/td}
{td}2010-2013{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}Career Tackles's
Rank{/td}
{td}Tackles's{/td}
{td=center}Years{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Single Season Tackles's
Rank{/td}
{td}Tackles's{/td}
{td}Year{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Single Game Tackles's
Rank{/td}
{td}Tackles's{/td}
{td}Year{/td}
{td}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1. John Corker{/td}
{td=center}496{/td}
{td}1976-1979{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Mike Green{/td}
{td=center}183{/td}
{td}1982{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Gary Darnell{/td}
{td=center}27{/td}
{td}1969{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Mike Green{/td}
{td=center}485{/td}
{td}1979-1982{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Matt Monger{/td}
{td=center}175{/td}
{td}1984{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Keith Burns{/td}
{td=center}23{/td}
{td}1992{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}3. Ricky Young{/td}
{td=center}451{/td}
{td}1978-1981{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Barty Chappell{/td}
{td=center}171{/td}
{td}1970{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Matt Monger{/td}
{td=center}21{/td}
{td}1984{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}4. Leslie O'Neil{/td}
{td=center}193{/td}
{td}1982-1985{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Larry Gosney{/td}
{td=center}157{/td}
{td}1968{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. James Ham{/td}
{td=center}21{/td}
{td}1985{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}5. Sim Drain{/td}
{td=center}369{/td}
{td}1986-1989{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Ricky Young{/td}
{td=center}146{/td}
{td}1979{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Jim Krebs{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}1985{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}6. John Little{/td}
{td=center}332{/td}
{td}1967-1969{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. John Little{/td}
{td=center}139{/td}
{td}1968{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Leonard Jackson{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}1986{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}7. Jordan Sterns{/td}
{td=center}325{/td}
{td}2013-2016{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}7. Miek Green{/td}
{td=center}138{/td}
{td}1980{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Cornell Cannon{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}1989{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8. Phillip Dokes{/td}
{td=center}320{/td}
{td}1973-1976{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}8. Matt Monger{/td}
{td=center}136{/td}
{td}1983{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Dwayne Levels{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}2001{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8. Andre Sexton{/td}
{td=center}320{/td}
{td}2006-2009{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}9. Leon Ward{/td}
{td=center}135{/td}
{td}1964{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Jordan Stems{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}2014{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10. Paul Duren{/td}
{td=center}319{/td}
{td}2002-2005{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10. Leslie O'Neil{/td}
{td=center}134{/td}
{td}1984{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}10. James Ham{/td}
{td=center}134{/td}
{td}1985{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td=center}
Career Sacks
Rank{/td}
{td=center}Sacks{/td}
{td=center}Years{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}
Single Season Sacks
Rank{/td}
{td=center}Sacks{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td=center}
Single Game Sacks
Rank{/td}
{td=center}Sacks{/td}
{td=center}Year{/td}
{td=center}Opponent{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1. Brent Temple{/td}
{td=center}38{/td}
{td}2016-2018{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Gerrod Perkins{/td}
{td=center}23{/td}
{td}2020{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}1. Gerrod Perkins{/td}
{td=center}5{/td}
{td}2020{/td}
{td}Kansas{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}2. Brandon Spicer{/td}
{td=center}35{/td}
{td}2016-2019{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Brent Temple{/td}
{td=center}21{/td}
{td}2018{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}2. Gary Lewis{/td}
{td=center}4{/td}
{td}1982{/td}
{td}Colorado{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}3. Nate Samuel{/td}
{td=center} 35{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Nate Samuel{/td}
{td=center}20{/td}
{td}2021{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}3. Andrel Waddle{/td}
{td=center}3.5{/td}
{td}1998{/td}
{td}UL-L{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}4. Lesli O'Neil{/td}
{td=center}34{/td}
{td}1982-1985{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}4. Leslie O'Neil{/td}
{td=center}16{/td}
{td}1984{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}5. Jason Gildon{/td}
{td=center}33 {/td}
{td}1990-1993{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}5. Nate Samuel{/td}
{td=center}15{/td}
{td}2022{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td=center} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}6. Rodney Harding{/td}
{td=center}31{/td}
{td}1981-1984{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Gary Lewis{/td}
{td=center}14{/td}
{td}1981{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}7. Emmanuel Ogbah{/td}
{td=center}28{/td}
{td}2013-2015{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Rodney Stone{/td}
{td=center}14{/td}
{td}2019{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}8. Gerrod Perkins{/td}
{td=center}25{/td}
{td}2018-2020{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}6. Brandon Spicer{/td}
{td=center}14{/td}
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Well-Known Member
2020 Recruits

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Paul Holmes
Abilene, TX
#131 ( #4 T)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+2)

With 5 seniors graduating, the offensive line is a big priority for the Cowboys this recruiting season. The signing of Holmes gets that off to a good start. Holmes is a great all around talent with no weaknesses. He has the size and footwork to be one of the better offensive lineman that Oklahoma State has ever seen. There are rumblings that Holmes could push for playing time as a true freshman, which has this years backups picking it up a notch on the practice field and in the weightroom. Holmes had offers from nearly every school in the south but decided on the Cowboys playing in the always tough Big 12 as being the deciding factor.

Jason Smith
Fort Stockton, TX
#1201 ( #5 FB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+3)
Smith comes in with great blocking abilities. He could possibly move to TE or play H back in the future. If Smith stays at FB, he will redshirt and then move in to the starting role as a 2nd year freshman. Smith's only other offer came from Colorado State.

Terrell Johnson
Jenks, OK
#226 ( #16 DT)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:76 (+3)
Johnson will join the future log jam at DT. Will likely be a rotational player for quite some time before seeing significant playing time.

Clint Baker
Woodway, TX
#2045 ( #166 HB)
:star::star:
OVR:75 (+7)

Even with the great history at running back for the Cowboys, they have struggled to sign a good replacement the last couple of years, which brings in the need to go looking at the local JUCO level. Baker will be a serviceable backup when needed. Has good speed (93/87) and isn't afraid to run between the tackles.

Jerome Graham
Beech Grove, IN
#217 ( #8 SS)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+3)
Graham doesn't have the top end speed (80/89) to be a true difference maker in the Big 12 as a starting SS but should be ok filling the role as a #2 after his redshirt year. Could possible move to LB as he plays very well close to the LOS.

Brad Duckett
Johnstown, PA
#853 ( #7 K)
:star::star::star:
OVR:80 (-1)

Brian Jenkins
Medford, NY
#230 ( #15 OLB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:72 (-2)
Has the size (6'5 235) and speed (82/89) to be a difference maker in the future. The question is at what position. Jenkins will possibly be moved MLB or DE depending on the rest of the recruiting class.

Scott Lester
Muscle Shoals, AL
#167 ( #9 OLB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:74 (-1)
Lester brings in added speed (84/98) to the linebacking core.

Anthony Bryant
Grand Ledge, MI
#248 ( #10 MLB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:79 (+6)


A.J. Roberts
New Orleans, LA
#1375 ( #104 OLB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:69 (+6)


Billy Ross
Paris, TX
#12 ( #6 ATH)
:star::star::star::star::star:
OVR:78 (+3)


James Jackson
Bedford, IN
#876 ( #32 SS)
:star::star::star:
OVR:69 (+1)

Joel Harris
Coral Gables, FL
#839 ( #52 CB)
:star::star::star:
OVR:69 (+2)
 
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
2020 Post Season
#3 Final Ranking
10-3 (5-3)
Sugar Bowl Champions
Award Winners
Nagurski
Lombardi

LE-Gerrod Perkins-Oklahoma State
47 Tkl, 29 TFL, 23 Sacks
All-Americans
DT-John Anderson-Sr(R)
LE-Gerrod Perkins-Sr(R)
FS-Darryl Williams-So(R)
SS-Lynn Whitaker-Jr(R)
HB-Matt Meyers-So(R)
RT-Erik Lewis-Sr(R)
P-Adam Bell*
WR-Blake Henderson*
All-Big 12
DT-John Anderson-Sr(R)
LE-Gerrod Perkins-Sr(R)
FS-Darryl Williams-So(R)
SS-Lynn Whitaker-Jr(R)
HB-Matt Meyers-So(R)
RT-Erik Lewis-Sr(R)
CB-Brian Hill-Sr(R)
RG-David Dudley-Sr(R)
ROLB-Benjamin McLaughlin-Sr(R)
P-Adam Bell-Fr
WR-Anthony Lee-Sr(R)

Stat Leaders
Passing
Eric Dunbar
207-297, 3457 Yards, 27 TD, 21 INT
Rushing
Matt Meyers
234 Att, 1662 Yards, 28 TD, Long of 80
Lee McFadden
67 Att, 383 Yards, 7 TD, Long of 29
Receiving
Josh Jones
44 Rec, 810 Yards, 3 TD
Anthony Lee
42 Rec, 903 Yards, 10 TD
Matt Meyers
42 Rec, 413 Yards
Daniel Stuckey
38 Rec, 623 Yards, 4 TD
Nate Mitchell
24 Rec, 365 Yards, 4 TD
Blake Henderson
16 Rec, 343 Yards, 7 TD
Defensive
Tackles-MLB-Antwan Muhammad-69
TFL-LE-Gerrod Perkins-29
Sacks-LE-Gerrod Perkins-23
INT-SS-Lynn Whitaker-5
FF-Antwan Muhammad-2, Benjamin McLaughlin-2
FR-ROLB-Benjamin McLaughlin-3
Kicking
John Collier
8-8 FG, Long of 45
Punting
Adam Bell
17 Punts, 782 Yards
Kick Return
Lee McFadden
22 KR, 644 Yards
Matt Meyers
20 KR, 658 Yards, 1 TD
Punt Return
Matt Meyers
18 PR, 250 Yards, 1 TD

Departing Seniors
DT-John Anderson

89 OVR
2020 All-American
2020 All Big 12
WR-Anthony Lee
99 OVR
2020 All Big 12
2019 Biletnikoff Award Winner
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12
2018 All-American
2018 All Big 12
Round 1 Draft Pick
K-John Collier
95 OVR
2019 All Big 12
2017 Freshman All-American
2017 All Big 12
LG Scott Baker
89 OVR
RT-Erik Lewis
92 OVR
2020 All-American
2020 All Big 12
RG-David Dudley
97 OVR
2020 All Big 12
2019 All Big 12
Round 2 Draft Pick
CB-Brian Hill
93 OVR
2020 All Big 12
Round 2 Draft Pick
ROLB-Benjamin McLaughlin
97 OVR
2020 All Big 12
2019 All-American
2019 All Big 12
2018 All Big 12
2017 Freshman All-American
2017 All Big 12
Round 2 Draft Pick
LE-Gerrod Perkins
89 OVR
2020 Lombardi Award Winner
2020 Nagurski Award Winner
2020 All-American
2020 All Big 12
Round 7 Draft Pick
LT-Brad Toth
85 OVR
CB-Kaleb Jackson
90 OVR
Round 7 Draft Pick
MLB-Antwan Muhammad
88 OVR
C-Marvin Jordan
87 OVR
SS-Amir Raymond
84 OVR

New Record Holders
School Single Season Sacks
New Record-Gerrod Perkins-23
Old Record-Brent Temple-21

Departing Early
CB-Kasey Miles

91 OVR
Round 4 Draft Pick
 
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Well-Known Member
2021 Recruits
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Marcus Warren
Pecan Grove, TX
#18 ( #1 QB)
:star::star::star::star::star:
OVR:78 (-1)

Warren comes in to a deep competition at QB which will give him the chance to sit a year (or 3) and learn, depending on who and when leaves early for the draft. Warren also comes in with a cannon for an arm (90/81) but may need to work on his accuracy a little bit. The next step for the Cowboys is getting some targets for Warren to show off that cannon.

Alex Hicks
Santa Fe, TX
#64 ( #5 HB)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:77 (+3)

Hicks looks to be the next in a long line of great Cowboy running backs. Hicks has decent speed (92/91) but what really gets the coaches excited is his size and ability to run through tacklers. Hicks will redshirt and look to contribute on PR/KR as a freshman and then step in as a sophomore starter in the backfield.

Anthony Lyles
Stafford, TX
#327 ( #33 DE)
:star::star::star:
OVR:74 (+3)
Lyles' father and grandfather played for Okie State so the decision to sign wasn't a big shock. Anthony doesn't have the measurables most teams would look for in a DE converting to DT (6'0 220) or the speed to be a smaller sized pass rusher. Lyles will fill in as depth and possibly find a spot in the future despite not having the features of a typical Cowboy speed rusher off the edge.
 
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Well-Known Member
2021 Postseason
Final Ranking
Sugar Bowl Champions


Award Winners
Nagurski
Lombardi

LE-Nate Samuel-Jr(R)
46 Tkls, 25 TFL, 20 Sacks, 1 FR
All-Americans
HB-Matt Meyers-Jr(R)
LE-Nate Samuel-Jr(R)
DT-Terrance King
CB-Ryan Jackson-So(R)
MLB-Derrick Washington-So(R)
ROLB-Travis Burton-Sr(R)
CB-Matt Johnson-Fr(R)
LT-Rob Taylor*
DT-Jarren Wallace*
CB-Matt Johson*
All Big 12
HB-Matt Meyers-Jr(R)
TE-Nate Mitchell-So(R)
LE-Nate Samuel-Jr(R)
DT-Terrance King-Jr(R)
ROLB-Travis Burton-Sr(R)
CB-Ryan Jackson-So(R)
WR-Josh Jones-Sr(R)
RT-Joel Kearney-Jr(R)
MLB-Derrick Washington-So(R)
CB-Matt Johnson-Fr(R)
Stat Leaders
Passing
Eric Dunbar
217-290, 2961 Yds, 31 TD, 22 INT, 180.7 Rating
Rushing
Matt Meyers
255 Att, 1542 Yds, 32 TD
Nick Robinson
53 Att, 633 Yds, 9 TD
Receiving
Josh Jones
60 Rec, 901 YDS, 11 TD
Blake Henderson
53 Rec, 832 Yds, 12 TD
Nate Mitchell
40 Rec, 516 Yds, 7 TD
Matt Meyers
40 Rec, 287 Yds, 3 TD
Blake Williams
32 Rec, 440 Yds, 3 TD
Defensive
Tackles-Derrick Washington-74
TFL-Nate Samuel-25
Sacks-Nate Samuel-20
INT-Ryan Jackson-5
Kick Return
Matt Johnson
29 KR, 1023 Yds, 1 TD
Punt Return
Matt Jonson
35 PR, 420 Yds

Departing Seniors
FB-Ryan Greene
86 OVR
WR-Josh Jones
95 OVR
1st Round NFL Draft Pick
TE-Anthony Goode
74 OVR
LE-Matt McClellan
91 OVR
5th Round NFL Draft Pick
ROLB-Travis Burton
87 OVR
2021 All-American
2021 All Big 12
6th Round NFL Draft Pick
CB-Shannon Johnson
88 OVR
SS-Lynn Whitaker
94 OVR
2020 All-American
2020 All Big 12

Departing Early
DT-Terrance King-Jr(R)
92 OVR
2021 All American
2021 All Big 12
3rd Round NFL Draft Pick
LOLB-A.J. Roberts-Fr
69 OVR
Transfer due to future playing time

New Record Holders​
 
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Walter323

Well-Known Member
2022 Post Season

Award Winners
Nagurski
Lombardi

LE-Nate Samuel-Sr(R)
43 Tackles, 23 TFL, 15 Sacks, 1 FF

All-Americans
HB-Matt Meyers-Sr(R)
LE-Nate Samuel-Sr(R)
RT-Joel Kearney-Sr(R)
DT-Jaron Wallace-So(R)
RT-Paul Holmes *

All Big 12
HB-Matt Meyers-Sr(R)
RT-Joel Kearney-Sr(R)
LE-Nate Samuel-Sr(R)
DT-Jaron Wallace-So(R)
MLB-Derrick Washington-Jr(R)
RG-Nate Woods-Jr(R)
ROLB-Taylor Minor-Sr(R)
P-Adam Bell-Jr
Ret-Matt Johnson-So(R)​

Stat Leaders
Passing
Eric Dunbar-Sr(R)
219-283, 3275 Yards, 34 TD, 15 INT
Rushing
Matt Meyers-Sr(R)
234 Att, 1494 Yards, 30 TD, Long of 56
Lee McFadden-Jr(R)
84 Att, 588 Yards, 7 TD, Long of 57
Nick Robinson-Jr(R)
55 Att, 516 Yards, 6 TD, Long of 44
Receiving
Blake Henderson-Jr(R)
62 Rec, 945 Yards, 6 TD
Blake Williams-Jr(R)
50 Rec, 924 Yards, 11 TD
Daniel Stuckey-Sr(R)
46 Rec, 675 Yards, 6 TD
Matt Meyers-Sr(R)
39 Rec, 408 Yards, 3 TD
Nate Mitchell-Jr(R)
33 Rec, 421 Yards, 4 TD
Defence
Tackles-
Derick Washington-90
TFL-Nate Samuel-23
Sacks-Nate Samuel-15
Interceptions-Billy Ross-3
Kick Return
Matt Johnson
25 KR, 847 Yards, 1 TD
Punt Return
Matt Johnson
24 PR, 171 Yards

Departing Seniors
ROLB-Taylor Minor
92 OVR
1st Round Draft Pick
2022 All Big 12
FS-Darryl Williams
99 OVR
1st Round Draft Pick
2020 All-American
2020 All Big 12
2019 Freshman All-American
HB-Matt Meyers
99 OVR
1st Round Draft Pick
2022 All-American
2022 All Big 12
2021 All-American
2021 All Big 12
2020 All-American
2020 All Big 12
QB-Luke Jackson
98 OVR
2nd Round Draft Pick
RT-Joel Kearney
94 OVR
2nd Round Draft Pick
2022 All-American
2022 All Big 12
2021 All Big 12
2019 Freshman All-American
WR-Daniel Stuckey
92 OVR
3rd Round Draft Pick
RE-Nick Lee
88 OVR
4th Round Draft Pick
C-Michael kella
87 OVR
LG-Kevin Horton
88 OVR
QB-Eric Dunbar
99 OVR
LE-Nate Samuel
96 OVR
2022 Lombardi Award Winner
2022 Nagurski Award Winner
2022 All-American
2022 All Big 12
2021 Lombardi Award Winner
2021 Nagurski Award Winner
2021 All-American
2021 All Big 12
WR-Justin Fine
88 OVR

Departing Early
WR-Blake Henderson-Jr(R)
91 OVR
4th Round Draft Pick

New Record Holders
Eric Dunbar
#3 Career passing Yards(10006)
#2 Career Passing TD(97)
Single season TD 31(2021), 34(2022)
Matt Meyers
Career rushing yards #3(5198)
Career TD #2 97
Single Season TD 28(2020), 32(2021), 30(2022)
Nate Samuel
Career Sacks 35
Single Season Sacks 20(2021), 15(2022)
 

Walter323

Well-Known Member
2022 Recruiting

Casey Mills
#132 (#10 DE)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR:79(+5)


Luis Roth
#363 (#20 G)
:star::star::star:
OVR:78(+7)


Danny Lewis
#1314 (#38 C)
:star::star::star:
OVR: 81 (+4)


Tyler Waller
#32 (#1 OLB)
:star::star::star::star::star:
OVR: 81(+1)


Marcus Murphy
#20 (#11 ATH)
:star::star::star::star::star:
OVR: 77


Ryan Foster
#275 (#46 ATH)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR: 73 (+4)

Jeremy Stuckey
#1491 (#45 C)
:star::star::star:
OVR: 75 (-1)


Ben Dean
#57 (#14 WR)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR: 80 (+6)


Reggie Salas
#1355 (#61 ATH)
:star::star::star:
OVR: 78 (+5)


Ben Blankenship
#312 (#30 HB)
:star::star::star:
OVR: 68

Darrell Thurman
#218 (#52 WR)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR: 69 (+2)

Luke Wheeler
#410 (#1 P)
:star::star::star:
OVR: 86 (+2)

Stephen Brooks
#163 (#9 T)
:star::star::star::star:
OVR: 77(+2)

Andre Eaton
#784 (#53 DT)
:star::star::star:
OVR:67 (+1)

Mark Thomas
#839 (#46)
:star::star::star:
OVR: 68 (+5)

Scott Haley
#1521 (#70)
:star::star::star:
OVR:67 (+6)


#4 Overall Recruiting Class
#1 Big 12 Recruiting Class
 
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Well-Known Member
2023 Recruiting

Mike Coleman
Pennsauken, NJ
#1262 ( #71 G)
:star::star::star:
OVR:73 (+8)


Tim Hodges
Fountain, CO
#526 ( #37 T)
:star::star::star:
OVR:79 (+9)


Marcus Nicholson
Farmers Branch, TX
:star::star::star::star:
#244 ( #23 HB)
OVR:71 (+2)

Stephen Nichols
Pauls Valley, OK
:star::star::star:
#506 ( #8 SS)
OVR:74 (+5)

Darnell Stewart
Bristow, OK
:star::star::star:
#560 ( #30 CB)
OVR:69

Tom Brown
Norton, OH
:star::star::star:
#1190 ( #39 C)
OVR:70 (+5)
 

Walter323

Well-Known Member
2023 Post Season

BCS National Champions
Big 12 Champions


Award Winners
Heisman
Maxwell
Walter Camp

QB-Nick Robinson-Sr(R)
154-204 2,321 Yds
178 Car, 1438 Yds
56 Total TD
Rimington
C-Orlando Robertson-Sr(R)
Guy
P-Adam Bell-Sr

All-Americans
RB-Lee McFadden-Sr(R)
C-Orlando Robertson-Sr(R)
RG-Neal Woods-Sr(R)
LE-Dominic Outlaw-Jr(R)
DT-Derek Hunt-Jr(R)
MLB-Derrick Washington-Sr(R)
ROLB-Scott Lester-So(R)
FS-John Forte-Sr(R)
P-Adam Bell-Sr
QB-Nick Robinson-Sr(R)
RE-Jerrell Wright-Jr(R)
SS-Andrew Franz-Sr(R)
WR-Zach Dixon-Fr*

All Big 12
RB-Lee McFadden-Sr(R)
C-Orlando Robertson-Sr(R)
RG-Neal Woods-Sr(R)
LE-Dominic Outlaw-Jr(R)
DT-Derek Hunt-Jr(R)
MLB-Derrick Washington-Sr(R)
ROLB-Scott Lester-So(R)
FS-John Forte-Sr(R)
P-Adam Bell-Sr
QB-Nick Robinson-Sr(R)
RE-Jerrell Wright-Jr(R)
SS-Andrew Franz-Sr(R)
WR-Black Williams-Sr(R)
TE-Nate Mitchell-Sr(R)
LT-Rob Taylor-Jr(R)
RT-Paul Holmes-So(R)
CB-Matt Johnson-Jr(R)

Stat Leaders
Passing

Nick Robinson-154-204 2,321 Yds- 21 TD, 10 INT
Michael Alexander- 112-173 1,890 Yds- 13 TD, 18 INT
Rushing
Lee McFadden-233 Car 1764 Yards, 23 TD
Nick Robinson-178 Car, 1438 Yds, 35 TD
Receiving
Jimmy Pruitt- 67 Rec 1,051 Yards 5 TD
Blake Williams- 54 Rec 1,142 Yards, 11 TD
Nate Mitchell- 41 Rec, 624 Yards, 6 TD
Defence
Tackles
-Derrick Washington-88
TFL-Dominic Outlaw-21
Sacks-Dominic Outlaw-11
INT-John Forte-6
FF-Ryan Jackson-3
Kicking
Brad Duckett-8-10, Long of 53
Punting
Adam Bell- 11 Att, 557 Yards

Departing Seniors
QB-Nick Robinson
99 OVR
2023 Heisman Award Winner
2023 Maxwell Award Winner
2023 Walter Camp Award Winner
2023 All-American
2023 All Big 12
QB-Michael Alexander
99 OVR
#1 Overall Draft Pick
P-Adam Bell
97 OVR
7th Round Draft Pick
2023 Ray Guy Award Winner
2023 All-American
2023 All Big 12
2022 All Big 12
2020 Freshman All-American
2020 All Big 12
HB-Lee McFadden
97 OVR
1st Round Draft Pick
2023 All-American
2023 All Big 12
RG-Neal Woods
96 OVR
2nd Round Draft Pick
2023 All-American
2023 All Big 12
2022 All Big 12
C-Orlando Robertson
96 OVR
3rd Round Draft Pick
2023 Rimmington Award Winner
2023 All-American
2023 All Big 12
CB-Ryan Jackson
95 OVR
1st Round Draft Pick
2021 All-American
2021 All Big 12
MLB-Derrick Washington
95 OVR
1st Round Draft Pick
2023 All-American
2023 All Big 12
2022 All Big 12
2021 All-American
2021 All Big 12
SS-Andrew Franz
93 OVR
1st Round Draft Pick
2023 All-American
2023 All Big 12
FS-John Forte
92 OVR
2023 All-American
2023 All Big 12
WR-Blacke Williams
89 OVR
2023 All Big 12
WR-Jimmy Pruitt
89 OVR
HB-Brandon Smith
88 OVR
WR-Carlos Harrison
86 OVR
HB-Clint Baker
86 OVR
LG-Samuel Wheatley
85 OVR
TE-Nate Mitchell
84 OVR
2023 All Big 12
2021 All Big 12


Departing Early
DT-Jaron Wallace-Jr(R)

93 OVR
3rd Round Draft Pick
2022 All-American
2022 All Big 12
2021 Freshman All-American
MLB-Mark Thomas-Fr
68 OVR
Transfer to Wyoming
 
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