68. *Creed Humphreys-
6-5, 315, OC, Rs-Jr, #56- There is no way this guy is declaring this
year. One of the best blockers I have ever seen. Guys don’t rush his lane.
Which is hard for a defense to do against an OC. He sometimes blocks guys
with one arm and stands there as the NT is unable to move. Read More.
68. *Kennedy Brooks- 5-11, 214, RB, #26- Declared.
Good straight arm in traffic. Runs at different speeds. Slows to set up
blockers. Good burst past blockers. Good eyes. Small runner who always
seems to fall forward… Read More.
#77 Erik Swenson-
6-5, OLT, Rs-Sr-
2019: Played in 10 games ... all eight of his starts came at
left tackle ... missed three of last four games, as well as Kansas
2018: An Academic All-Big 12 Second Team selection … played in
four games … saw action against Florida Atlantic (9/1), TCU (10/20),
Kansas State (10/27) and Kansas (11/17).
123. *Jalen Redmond- 6-3, 265, Edge, #31- Opted
out. One of the things I don’t like about this Draft is that so many of
my favorite players opt out and declared for the Draft. He comes up big
in big games. I have him ranked too low. He can get to the QB in a three-man
135. *Ronnie Perkins- 6-3, 251, Edge, #7- Opted
out. One of the things that really bugged me this Covid season, is that
all the defenders on Oklahoma I wanted to watch opted out.
Enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2019 and has
positioned himself among the best defenders in the Big 12 Conference.
2019: Earned second team all Big-12
honors by the Leagues coaches and media..
Started each of his 13 games at defensive end.
#6 Tre Brown-
2019: Played in 10 games ... all eight of his starts
came at left tackle ... missed three of last four games, as well as
Kansas contest (10/5).
Stokes- 6-4, DT, Sr-Tr -
Named Big 12
Defensive Newcomer of the Year … played in 13 of 14 games and made 10
starts … recorded 15 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and a half sack …
registered two tackles vs. No. 1 LSU in CFP Semifinal at the Peach Bowl
(12/28) ... made one stop at Oklahoma State (11/30) … logged a half sack
against TCU (11/23) … tied a season high with three tackles (0.5 TFL) against
Iowa State (11/9) … made two stops (1.5 TFLs) against West Virginia
(10/19) … recorded three stops (1.0 TFL) at UCLA (9/14) … registered a
tackle for loss vs. South Dakota (9/7).
Oklahoma State Defense:
133. *Kolby Harvey-Peel- 6’, 210, FS, #31-
Opted out. Enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2019 and has positioned
himself among the best defenders in the Big 12 Conference.
#8 Rodarius Williams-
6’, 195, CB, Rs-Sr- He might be
the best defensive player in this game, because of all the opt outs.
2020: Gained a wealth of experience playing early
in his career and has good physical tools ... A three-year starter who
has started every game since the beginning of his freshman season.
#7 Amen Ogbongbemiga- 6-1, 235, LB, Rs-Sr – He also might be the best defensive player in this Game.
2020: First made a name for himself with outstanding play on
special teams and worked his way into being one of the best linebackers
in the Big 12.
2019 (Junior): A second-team All-Big 12 selection by the coaches ...
First-team academic All-Big 12 honoree … Voted as a team captain by his
teammates … Recipient of OSU’s Leslie O’Neal Award as MVP of the defense
… Ranked second on the team and sixth in the Big 12 with 100 tackles ...
Led the team and ranked fifth in the Big 12 with 15.5 tackles for loss
... Led the team and ranked 13th in the Big 12 with 5.0 sacks ...
Credited with five quarterback hurries, a forced fumble and a fumble
recovery ... Picked off his first career interception at a crucial
juncture late in the Cowboys’ win at No. 23 Iowa State.
#92 Cameron Murray-
6-3, 300, DT, Rs-Sr- Has
steadily seen his role increase and is coming into his own as a regular
2019 (Junior): Earned second-team Academic All-Big 12 status ...
Honored by the OSU coaching staff with the Barry Sanders Award for the
most contribution with the least recognition ... A starter in all 13
games ... Credited with 30 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss,
three quarterback hurries and three pass breakups.
#20 Malcolm Rodriguez-
5-11, 220, LB-
A converted high
school quarterback and standout wrestler who began his time at Oklahoma
State as a safety, but has since emerged as one of the team’s most
important players as a starting linebacker.
2019 (Junior): A second-team All-Big 12 selection by the coaches
… Recipient of OSU’s Leslie O’Neal Award as MVP of the defense … Enjoyed
a career year as he led the team and ranked fourth in the Big 12 with 103
tackles ... A contributor in several other areas as well, notching 7.0
tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, four quarterback hurries, three pass
breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
Oklahoma State Offense:
31. Tylan Wallace- 6’, 190, Wr, #2- He
suffered a devastating knee injury and that cost him the 2018 season. So he decided to stay for his Senior season at OK ST.
Fast and quick in pattern. Plays in a spread system. Dynamic and tough in
the open field. Read More.
50. *Chuba Hubbard- 6’, 208, RB, Rs-Jr, #30-
He grew up in Canada. Terrific right up the middle when his team needs a
yard. Terrific speed slashing outside. He has that nose for the Endzone.
Terrific vision and patience going up the middle. Great job following his
blockers. He has some make you miss on cutbacks. He could a great zone
blocking RB. Read More.
#17 Dillon Stoner-
6’, 200, WR, Rs-Sr–
2020: A three-time Academic All-Big 12 selection who is
one of Oklahoma State’s most dangerous offensive weapons.
2019 (Junior): A prominent figure on both offense and special teams
... Voted as a team captain by his teammates … Recipient of OSU’s Vernon
Grant Award for outstanding leadership, spirit and enthusiasm … Honorable
mention All-Big 12 performer … First-team Academic All-Big 12 honoree …
The team’s second-leading receiver with 52 receptions, 599 yards and five
touchdowns ... In conference games only, he led the Big 12 by averaging
8.6 yards per punt return … In all games, his 4.0 receptions per game
ranked 10th in the Big 12 ... His 8.2 yards per punt return in all games
was good for 23rd in the FBS.
#72 Josh Sills- 6-6,
325, OLT, Gr-Tr- A graduate
transfer offensive lineman who spent the first four years of his career
at West Virginia ... Started for more than two seasons and earned
all-conference honors in 2018 ... Played in 27 career games and started
24 times at WVU.
#73 Teven Jenkins-
6-6, 320, ORT, Rs-Sr-
An honors candidate
for 2020 ... Has an NFL frame with good athletic ability and has come
into his own as a mainstay on the offensive line.
2019 (Junior): A starter in each of the 12 games in which he
played ... Started nine games at right tackle and three games at left