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Oklahoma State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 RB Deondrick Glass.

Glass picked the Cowboys over finalists Texas and Alabama, and also had offers from Ohio State, Arkansas and Auburn; to name a select few. The 6-foot-1, 220-pound tailback was ranked 12th in 247 Sports final list of tailbacks, and 227th overall. It's certainly possible that Glass competes for playing time immediately for Oklahoma State whenever he enrolls.
Jan 15 - 12:54 PM

Oklahoma State junior WR Tyron Johnson declared for the 2019 NFL Draft.

A bit of a surprise. The 6-foot-1, 193-pound wideout had a solid season for the Cowboys with 53 catches for 845 yards and six scores, and came on strong at the end of the year; including a 7-141-1 against Missouri in the Liberty Bowl victory. Johnson has been a vertical threat, and it's possible that he'll test well enough to be a Day 2 pick. There was not a lot of NFL buzz around him, however, so it's difficult to say where his stock is right now. We'll be curious to see.
Jan 14 - 4:58 PM

Former Colorado freshman DL Israel Antwine has transferred to Oklahoma State.

Antwine (6'4/315) returns to his home state, where he was a standout at Millwood HS in Oklahoma City before spending a season at Colorado. In 2018 the rising sophomore defensive lineman started 12 of Colorado's 13 games at defensive end, and he has the combination of size and versatility needed to fit in at either end or tackle for Oklahoma State. The Cowboys lost six players from their two-deep on the defensive line, and while Antwine won't be able to play in 2019 (per NCAA transfer rules) his addition helps the program when it comes to both talent and depth.
Jan 12 - 2:46 PM

Oklahoma State redshirt junior DE Jordan Brailford accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game.

Brailford (6'3/250) was an all-conference first-teamer after stacking up 17.0 tackles for loss and 10 sacks with two forced fumbles. The double-digit sacks were the most in the Big 12, and he'll get to show NFL scouts his strength at the the East-West Shrine Game. The Draft Network's Brady Kelly knocks Brailford for his lack of pass rushing moves, but his production is certainly a plus for his draft stock.
Jan 11 - 6:09 PM

Oklahoma State HC Mike Gundy's congrats was extended through 2023.

This is part of a "rolling" contract that Gundy has, and it also give Gundy a raise to $5.125 million in 2019 according to Nathan Ruiz of The Oklahoman. Gundy has a career record of 121-59 in 14 seasons with the Cowboys, and led Oklahoma State to a 7-6 record and victory in the Liberty bowl last season.
Jan 9 - 4:08 PM

Oklahoma State junior WR Tyron Johnson caught seven passes for 141 yards and one touchdown in Monday's 38-33 bowl win over Missouri.

Johnson (6'1/193) has been a vertical threat for the Cowboys ever since transferring from LSU in 2015. Today was no different, and the game brought his season output to 53-845-6, which are all career highs. Oklahoma State's offense will continue to feature vertical weapons like Johnson, but quarterback Taylor Cornelius will be gone in 2019. Expect Johnson to be a second or third option in the passing game with potential first-round wide receiver Tylan Wallace running as the No. 1.
Mon, Dec 31, 2018 08:43:00 PM

Oklahoma State sophomore WR Tylan Wallace caught seven passes for 83 yards and one touchdown in Monday's 38-33 bowl win over Missouri.

Wallace (6'0/185) ends a huge 2018 season on a positive note, but there's a lot more in the tank for the sophomore. He was able to catch 86 passes for 1,481 yards and 12 touchdowns this season, averaging a team-high 9.8 yards per target. ESPN's Todd McShay called Wallace a "prospect on the rise" and we couldn't agree more. The Big 12 will have their hands full in 2019 trying to defend Wallace's crazy speed and contested-catch abilities. There's definitely Day 1 potential here.
Mon, Dec 31, 2018 08:36:00 PM

Oklahoma State redshirt freshman RB Chuba Hubbard rushed 18 times for 145 yards and one touchdown in Monday's 38-33 bowl win over Missouri.

Hubbard (6'1/207) was a breakout player for the Cowboys with RB Justice Hill sidelined. The redshirt freshman took advantage of his opportunities to run for 740 yards and seven touchdowns on just 124 carries (6.0 YPC). Also a threat as a receiver, Hubbard will likely slide into a bell cow role in 2019, and he'll be projected to be one of the more productive running backs in the country. The former four-star running back is a player on the rise.
Mon, Dec 31, 2018 08:26:00 PM

Oklahoma State redshirt senior QB Taylor Cornelius completed 26-of-44 passes for 336 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions in Monday's 38-33 bowl win over Missouri.

Monday's stat line is a good reflection of Cornelius' 2018 season. Cornelius (6'6/232) was a surprising starter replacing Mason Rudolph, but he turned it into an accepted invitation to the East-West Shrine Game and into a chance at a late-round pick. A daily fantasy superstar at times, Cornelius finished the season with 32 passing touchdowns and 11 interceptions, while adding 10 touchdowns and 406 yards on the ground. The chaotic quarterback will need to show NFL teams that he can play more controlled at the next level to have any shot at NFL starts.
Mon, Dec 31, 2018 08:20:00 PM

Oklahoma State signed four-star 2019 TE Grayson Boomer.

Boomer (6'6/228) is a lengthy receiving tight end with "good hands" and "adequate body control to adjust" to bad throws. ESPN continues to say that the four-star needs to continue to add weight to his tall frame but he should develop into a productive weapon down the road. Boomer is ESPN's No. 5 tight end and No. 190 overall recruit of the 2019 class.
Source: ESPN
Sun, Dec 23, 2018 01:39:00 PM

Oklahoma State redshirt senior QB Taylor Cornelius accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game.

Cornelius was a somewhat surprising starter for the Cowboys coming into the year, and while there were certainly highs and lows for the redshirt senior, he did show flashes of brilliance while leading Oklahoma State to a 6-6 record. There will be concerns about his arm strength and decision-making, but he can make plays with his legs, and a good showing at an event like this will help him get looks as a potential late-round pick or UDFA.
Tue, Dec 11, 2018 01:08:00 PM

Oklahoma State redshirt junior DE Jordan Brailford declared for the 2019 NFL Draft.

Brailford (6'3/250) will leave the collegiate ranks on the heels of his best-ever season of collegiate ball. The all-conference first-teamer notched 53 tackles (17.0 for loss), 10 sacks and two forced fumbles while playing in all 12 of Oklahoma State's games on the year. Those 10 sacks were tops in the Big 12. Brailford plans on taking part in the team's Liberty Bowl date with Missouri on New Year's Eve before he begins his draft process in earnest. He brings to the table an NFL-ready body, though The Draft Network's Brad Kelly notes that Brailford lacks a full arsenal of moves, oftentimes relying solely on his power and length to make things happen up front.
Tue, Dec 4, 2018 12:06:00 PM

Oklahoma State redshirt senior will not play in the Liberty Bowl against Missouri.

Williams (6'4/330) was announced to not be playing in the game for him to focus on "future endeavors." We assume those future endeavors are the NFL. Williams has battled injuries since transferring from East Carolina, but he's been a big part of their offensive line when healthy, and should see some NFL looks if the medicals check out.
Mon, Dec 3, 2018 11:05:00 AM

Oklahoma State junior RB Justice Hill has declared for the 2019 NFL Draft.

Hill made the announcement on his Twitter account, and he won't play in the team's bowl game against Missouri in the Liberty Bowl. After rushing for 1,467 yards and 15 touchdowns as a sophomore, Hill (5'10/190) didn't come close to replicating that success in 2018, but some of that was injury related, and the Cowboys had to throw a lot to make up for their porous defense. Hill is currently viewed as Day 3 talent, but if he tests well, he could see that stock rise.
Mon, Dec 3, 2018 11:02:00 AM

Oklahoma State sophomore WR Tylan Wallace caught four passes for 64 yards in a 31-24 loss to TCU on Saturday.

Wallace has been as good as any wideout in the country this year, so while a 4/64 line isn't atrocious, it's a pretty big disappointment compared to what he's done this season. Still, it's an exceptional year for the 6-foot, 185-pound sophomore, who finishes the regular season with 82 catches for 1,410 yards and 11 touchdowns. He has one more chance to add to those numbers in the Oklahoma State bowl game.
Sat, Nov 24, 2018 11:55:00 PM


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