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Brandon Pettigrew heading into rSr season: 2008: Finalist for the John Mackey Award, given to the nation's top tight end...Started ten games at tight end, missing the Troy, Texas A&M and Missouri contests with a high ankle sprain...Had just eleven receptions through the team's first seven games, but finished with a career-high 42 catches for 472 yards (11.2 avg), despite not finding the end zone...23 of his receptions produced first downs (54.76 percent), as he converted 4 of 9 third-down (44.44 percent) and 1 of 2 fourth-down plays...Three of his catches were for 20 yards or longer, as he also had key receptions to set up five scoring drives... Eleven of his catches came inside the red zone, including eight on goal-line plays...Made 43 knockdowns, including eight touchdown-resulting blocks...Pettigrew started 45 of 47 games at Oklahoma State, recording 216 knockdowns with 30 touchdown-resulting blocks...Recorded 10 tackles (7 solos) with a fumble recovery... Scored 54 points on nine touchdown receptions...Became the first tight end in school history to catch more than 100 passes in a career, as his 112 receptions rank seventh overall in school history behind Rashaun Woods (293, 2000-03), Hart Lee Dykes (203. 1985-88), D'Juan Woods (163, 2002-2006), Adarius Bowman (127, 2006-2007), Neill Armstrong (115, 1943-46) and Hermann Eben (114, 1968-70)...Those 112 catches topped the previous school tight end record of 92 grabs by Alonzo Mayes (1994-97)...Placed eighth in OSU annals with 1,450 yards receiving, ranking behind Rashaun Woods (4.414), Dykes (3,171), D'Juan Woods (2,751), Bowman (2,187), Eben (1973), Curtis Mayfield (1,507; 1987-90) and Dick Graham (1,458; 1969-71)...His 1,450 yards surpassed the old school tight end record of 1,372 yards by Alonzo Mayes...2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rec: 35-540-15.4-4; 1 Sol-1 TT; Finished third on the squad with 35 catches after grabbing 32 passes in his first two seasons on campus … Averaged 15.4 yards per reception. 2006: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rec: 24-310-12.9-4; Completed his second year as a starter at tight end and was an honorable mention all-Big 12 pick ... Finished third on the Cowboy squad with 24 receptions covering 310 yards ... Averaged 12.2 yards per catch ... Had four TD receptions. 2005: 11 GP; 9 GS; Rec: 11-128-11.6-1; Played in all 11 games and started nine at tight end, including the last seven ... Finished the season with 11 catches for 128 yards and a touchdown. 2004: Redshirt.
Russell Okung heading into Sr season: 2008: First team All-Big 12. The anchor of the Cowboy offensive line at left tackle … Played especially well in big games … Battled Texas defensive end Brian Orakpo, the Big 12 defensive player of the year, to a draw … Helped lead OSU to its third straight Big 12 rushing title and top 10 national rankings in scoring and total offense as well as rushing … Led OSU with 71 knockdown blocks … Also topped the Cowboys with 27 "dominating" blocks … Was in for 874 snaps. 2007: Started at left tackle throughout the season ... Helped lead the Cowboys to top 10 national rankings in rushing (eighth) and total offense (seventh) while finishing third in the country in sacks allowed (11 in 13 games) … OSU’s offensive line gave up just five sacks in eight Big 12 games to lead the league in that category ... Named to the Rivals.com all-bowl team after holding Indiana's Greg Middleton, the NCAA's sack leader, without a tackle in the Insight Bowl victory. 2006: Moved into the starting lineup for the first time against Kansas and held the position of right tackle for the rest of the season (eight straight starts) ... One of three freshmen who started at least one game on the offensive side ... Helped OSU’s offense to its fourth highest scoring season ever ... Graded out as OSU’s best offensive lineman against Nebraska and Texas Tech.
*Dez Bryant heading into Jr season: 2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rec: 87-1480-17-19; PR: 17-305-17.9-2 KR: 4-100-25-0; All-American, first team All-Big 12 as a receiver and returner, Special Teams Player of the Year. Biletnikoff Award Finalist. Accumulated a dizzying array of statistics with big play after big play ... Ended the season as the Big 12 statistical champion in receiving yards per game (113.9), scoring (9.69 ppg), touchdown receptions (19), punt returns (17.9 per try), and punt return touchdowns (two) ... His sophomore season included OSU's second best mark in receiving yards (1,480), a new school record with 19 touchdown receptions, the second best scoring season in OSU history with 128 points (trailing only Barry Sanders' NCAA record of 234 points set in 1988), the second best single-season total in catches (87), and a new Holiday Bowl record with 167 receiving yards in three quarters of play due to injury ... First time he touched the ball in 2008 (and on his first career return) resulted in a 42-yard punt return at Washington State ... Put on a display against Houston with 311 all-purpose yards ... Had 236 receiving yards against Houston for the second best total in OSU history and the second best receiving game in the country in 2008 ... Also had a 71-yard punt return for a score against Houston and was named Walter Camp national player of the week as well as Big 12 offensive player of the week for his efforts .... Was the Big 12 special teams player of the week after returning a punt 78 yards for a score against Texas A&M ... Had 11 catches for 212 yards with two scores against Baylor for the 10th best game in the country in 2008...2007: 12 GP; 3 GS; Rush: 2-16-8-0; Rec: 43-622-14.5-6; PR: 2-15-7.5-0; Finished second on the team with 43 catches covering 622 receiving yards in 12 games (did not play against Florida Atlantic) ... Was second on the team with six TD receptions and averaged 14.5 yards per catch ... Exploded against Kansas, establishing an OSU freshman record with 155 receiving yards... Four-year member of the track team.
*Justin Blackmon heading into rJr season: The Jaguars started out blazing, hitting their two biggest needs with two quality players in Justin Blackmon and Andre Branch. Blackmon provides the downfield threat that the team has lacked for several years now. Branch fills an equally big void as a pass-rushing defensive end. The selection of Bryan Anger in the third round was a major surprise, considering the team had so many other holes that needed to be addressed. The final three picks will provide help, but not likely as a starter. Based on the solid choices in the first two picks, this has to be considered a solid draft for the Jaguars. Had the third pick been as essential, this could have been a great draft for Jacksonville. BEST PICK: Wide Receiver Justin Blackmon: He should be the answer to the team's biggest need, that of having a quality wide receiver in the lineup. The Jaguars coveted Blackmon but were afraid he would be gone by the time of their pick. He brings a dimension to the passing game that the team sorely needed. - The Sports Xchange
Brandon Weeden heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Browns' drafts: Round 1/22 - Brandon Weeden, QB, 6-4, 221, Oklahoma State...Weeden is expected to start immediately. He might have been able available in the second round, but the Browns did not want to risk another team drafting him. - The Sports Xchange
Markelle Martin heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Titans' picks: Round 6/190 - Markelle Martin, S, 6-0, 207, Oklahoma State...Martin's value dropped two or three rounds because of a torn meniscus shortly after the Senior Bowl. - The Sports Xchange
Dan Bailey heading into rSr season: 2010: Bailey won the Lou Groza Award as America's top kicker this season and was also tabbed as the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year. He entered the program as a walk-on and leaves OSU as the school's all-time leading scorer with 370 points. His 27 field goals in 2010 set a single-season school record and he finished his senior season ranked No. 2 nationally in scoring with 11.6 points per game...2009: Hit all 46 of his extra-point tries and 13 of his 18 field-goal attempts ... Was 4-of-4 on three-pointers against Missouri, including a career-long 51-yarder ... Started the season slowly and was just 3-of-6 on field-goal attempts after four games ... Hit 10 of his last 12 and one of the misses came from 53 yards ...2008: Finished second on the roster (to Dez Bryant) and fifth in the Big 12 with his 110 points ... Had a string of 10 straight converted field goals snapped in the Holiday Bowl ... Finished second in the Big 12 with a 78.9 conversion percentage on field-goal attempts (15-of-19) ... Was perfect on 65 extra point attempts ...2007: Ended the season by connecting on two of his four field-goal attempts with both misses coming from beyond 40 yards ... Connected on a 27-yarder at Baylor and a 28-yarder at OU ... Was perfect on 20 extra-point attempts.
Matt Fodge heading into Sr season: 2007: 7 TB-43 KO; P 51-2164-42.4, 4 TB, 7 FC, 13 in 20, 0 blocked; Finished the year fourth in the Big 12 and No. 27 nationally with a 42.4-yard average … Had a 65-yard punt at Troy that was the longest by a Big 12 player in 2007 ...2006: P 50-2244-44.9, 4 TB, 9 FC, 14 in 20, 1 blocked; Ended the year as the nation's eighth ranked punter with an average of 44.9 yards per punt on 50 attempts ... That average was the second best for a single season in OSU history ... 2005: Won the starting job as a true freshman and ended the season with a 39.9-yard average on 65 punts.
Kendall Hunter heading into Sr season: 2010: A two-time consensus All-American and a finalist for the 2010 Doak Walker Award given to America's top running back, Hunter was the runner-up to teammate Justin Blackmon as the 2010 Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year. He finished his career as the fourth-leading rusher in Oklahoma State history with 4,181 yards and is fourth in school history with 37 rushing touchdowns. He averaged 5.91 yards per rush for his career. Additionally, he finished his career ranked third all-time at OSU with 20 games of more than 100 rushing yards...2009: Ran for 382 yards on 89 carries in eight games ... Wasn't truly healthy until the bowl game and he showed familiar form when ran for 94 yards on just nine carries against Ole Miss in the Cotton Bowl, including a 46-yard scamper ...2008: The Big 12's leading rusher by more than 30 yards per game ... Enjoyed a sensational season that saw him run for 14 touchdowns and grab one TD pass (vs. OU) ... The nation's seventh leading rusher with 119.6 yards per game, including nine 100-yard rushing games ... His nine 100-yard outings in a single season represent the fifth best total in Cowboy history, behind only Heisman winner Barry Sanders (12), Heisman runner-up Terry Miller (11), all-Big 12 back Dantrell Savage (10) and All-American and NFL Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas (10) ... Ran for at least one score in 10 games ... Ran for 1,555 yards for the sixth best season total in OSU history ...2007: Led OSU with a 6.5-yard rushing average ... Ran for 696 yards and four scores ... Also caught 10 passes for 137 yards to rank seventh on the squad in receiving.
Grant Garner heading into rSr season: 2010: Started every game at center … Credited with seven knockdowns against Troy and Texas Tech … Coaches named him OSU’s most physical lineman against Texas A&M … Was OSU’s offensive lineman of the week against Nebraska and Kansas State. 2009: Saw action against Baylor and graded out well … Played a season-high 21 snaps against Grambling State. 2008: Redshirted due to veteran depth at the center position. 2007: Saw limited game action … Played 16 snaps against Sam Houston State for a season high.
*Joseph Randle heading into Jr season: A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 5/151 - Joseph Randle, RB, 6-0, 204, Oklahoma State...The Cowboys needed a running back because of the injury history of starter DeMarco Murray. They got great value with the productive Randle, who could be this year's version of Alfred Morris. Randle is a versatile back who can help with the running game as well as the pass. Randle rushed for 1,417 yards and 14 touchdowns last season and 1,216 yards and 24 touchdowns in 2011. He also started 31 of 39 games at Oklahoma State, was a valuable receiver, catching 108 balls for 917 yards and three touchdowns. - The Sports Xchange
Zac Robinson heading into rSr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite…2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 146-562-3.8-8; Pass: 314-204-65-3064-25-10; Rec: 1-21-21-0; 4 Sol-4 TT; One of just four players in the country to run for 500 yards and pass for 3,000 … His 95-yarder TD pass to Jeremy Broadway against the Cyclones was the longest pass play in OSU history … Passed for 215 yards and two touchdowns in the upset at No. 3 Missouri. 2007: 13 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 140-847-6-9; Pass: 333-201-60.4-2824-23-9; Put up the largest single-game total offense in school history with 486 yards (completed 30 of 42 throws for 430 yds) vs. Texas … Saw action in the Georgia game as a quarterback, a running back and as a wide receiver … Completed 16-of-32 passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns, including a game-winning 54-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Pettigrew with 1:37 remaining in OSU’s come-from-behind 49-45 win over Texas Tech … Left the Texas A&M game early with an injury … Completed 11-of-25 passes for 181 yards and had three touchdown passes in OSU’s 41-39 comback fourth-quarter win over No. 25 Kansas State, adding 109 rushing yards … Tossed just three interceptions over the last eight games of the season. 2006: 7 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 29-144-5-1; Pass: 51-25-49-345-3-0; Played virtually all of the final three quarters in the overtime game against Texas A&M, tossed three touchdown passes against the Aggies. 2005: Redshirted.
Andrew Lewis heading into rSr season: 2009 Texas vs the Nation Invite…2008: A steady player up front who continued to show his versatility … Started every game at left guard and is one of the Cowboys' more productive players … Part of an OSU offensive line that helped the Cowboys lead the Big 12 in rushing for a third straight season … OSU was also once again one of America's leaders in fewest sacks allowed and ranked in the national top 10 in rushing, scoring and total offense … Was credited by the Cowboy coaches with 59 knockdowns and 10 "dominating" blocks … Led all Cowboy linemen with 880 snaps from scrimmage. 2007: Opened the first three games of the season at left guard and moved to center for the final nine games … His development was critical to the Cowboy offense that ranked No. 7 nationally and allowed just 11 sacks in 13 games and only five in Big 12 play … OSU was third nationally in sacks allowed and had the lowest total in the Big 12 Conference. 2006: Saw spot duty throughout his redshirt freshman season, including a season-high 26 snaps in his college debut against Missouri State. 2005: Redshirt. Personal: Born Feb. 20, 1987 … Son of Steve and Lesa Lewis … Dad played at Texas A&M … Has a brother, William, and a sister, Elizabeth … Business major … Enjoys hunting and fishing.
Perrish Cox heading into Sr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite…2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; KR: 30-895-29.8-2; 24 Sol-32 TT, 1 TFL, 2 INT, 8 PBU, 1 BLK; Honorable mention All-Big 12 … Opened the season with a bang, returning his first kickoff of the season 90 yards for a touchdown against Washington State, then closed the regular season with a 90-yard kickoff return for a score against Oklahoma … Against Oregon in the Holiday Bowl, he blocked a field goal, recorded an interception and had a 43-yard kickoff return. 2007: 13 GP; 8 GS; PR: 17-188-11.1-1 KR: 31-665-21.5-1; 31 Sol-42 TT, 2 INT, 8 PBU; Started the last eight games of the regular season … Tied for second on the team with two interceptions … Returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown and logged six tackles in OSU’s dramatic 41-39 win over No. 25 Kansas State …finished third in the Big 12 and No. 25 nationally with 11.1 yards per punt return. 2006: 12 GP; 0 GS; PR: 24-308-12.8-0 KR: 25-595-23.8-1; 18 Sol-24 TT, 2 INT, 5 PBU, 1 FF; Missed the Oklahoma game and the Independence Bowl with injury but still ended the season No. 14 nationally and second in the Big 12 in punt returns (12.8 yards per try) and No. 35 nationally in kickoff returns (23.8 yards) … Became the first Cowboy since Barry Sanders to open a season with a kickoff return for a touchdown when he went 96 yards against Missouri State. Personal: Born Jan. 10, 1987 … Son of Carolyn and Perrish Cox, Sr. … Undecided on a major.
Ugo Chinasa heading into rSr season: 2010: Ended the regular season with 32 tackles, with 25 solo stops to lead OSU's down linemen in both categories...Is second on the team with three quarterback sacks...Best game of the season came against Texas A&M when he had a season high six tackles with two quarterback sacks, and another tackle behind the line of scrimmage...2009: Finished the season with 6.5 quarterback sacks after entering the year with two in his career ... Set a new career high with 30 tackles ... Led OSU's defensive linemen in tackles ... Had perhaps his best game of the season in the Cotton Bowl, where he was credited with five tackles, including 2.5 quarterback sacks for 20 yards in losses, against Ole Miss ...2008: Started every game at one defensive end spot ... Led OSU's down linemen with 24 tackles during the regular season ... Set a career high with seven tackles against No. 1 Texas, including a quarterback sack and three tackles behind the line of scrimmage ... His 8.5 tackles for loss led OSU...2007: Recorded 13 tackles in nine games ...2006: Redshirted.
Orie Lemon heading into rSr season: 2010: Lemon was a first-team all-Big 12 selection by both the coaches and the Associated Press as a senior. He finished the season ranked 12th in the nation with 133 total tackles and third nationally with 101 solo stops. His 133 tackles were the most by a Cowboy since 1985 (James Ham had 134 that year) and set the 12th-best mark in school history. A converted quarterback, Lemon became Oklahoma State's first all-conference linebacker since 2003...2009: Redshirted...2008: Recorded 90 tackles to finish second on the team in that category ... Was third on the team with 54 solo tackles and third with eight pass break-ups ... Started all 13 games in the middle of the Cowboy defense ...Tied for the team lead with two forced fumbles and tied for second on the team with two fumble recoveries ...2007: Played in five games and was credited with three tackles...2006: Saw action in seven games as a true freshman ... Ended the season with three tackles and an interception.
David Washington heading into rSr season: 2007: Was the starting center for the third straight season when he was lost to a broken leg in the third game of the season...2006: Started all 13 games in the middle of the Cowboy offensive line ... OSU showed improvement all season up front and ended the season No. 16 nationally in total offense and No. 7 in scoring and seventh in rushing ... Four times was tabbed as OSU's lineman of the week by the coaching staff...2005: Washington anchored the offensive line as he started all 11 games at center during his redshirt freshman season...2004: Redshirt.
Levy Adcock heading into Sr season: 2010: First-team All-Big 12 selection by the coaches and the Associated Press (unanimous selection to the AP team) … Started every game at right tackle … Graded out at 100 percent against Texas … Did not allow a sack during the season … Made a mid-game switch against OU when he moved from right tackle to left tackle without missing a beat … Was OSU’s offensive lineman of the week five times. 2009: Saw action in all 13 games, primarily on special teams ... At times, he lined up as a fourth tight end for the Cowboys. JUCO: Redshirted his first year at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M ... Started at right guard for the Golden Norsemen in 2008 but also logged some time playing tackle.
Keith Toston heading into Sr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite…2008: 13 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 102-686-6.7-9; Rec: 8-62-7.8-0; 1 Sol-1 TT; Averaged 6.7 yards per rush as a junior with nine scores … His yards per carry led all OSU running backs. 2007: 11 GP; 2 GS; Rush: 38-190-5-1; Rec: 8-92-11.5-0; KR: 2-46-23-0; 2 Sol-4 TT, 1 FF; Played in 11 games before suffering a season-ending knee injury at Baylor. 2006: 12 GP; 3 GS; Rush: 106-631-6-6; Rec: 10-92-9.2-2; Ended the season second on the squad with 631 rushing yards and was second with an average of 6.0 yards per rush in 12 games (did not play against Texas A&M). Personal: His grandfather, Elmo Birdow, played professional football.
Quinton Moore heading into Sr season: 2007: 13 GP; 2 GS; PR: 1-0-0-0; 42 Sol-58 TT, 0.5 TFL, 1 INT, 2 PBU, 1 FR, 2 FF, 1 BLK; Finished the season sixth on the team with 58 tackles, including 44 solo tackles... 2006: 13 GP; 0 GS; 12 Sol-23 TT, 1 PBU, 1 FR; Played in all 13 games on defense and special teams ... Accumulated 23 tackles ... 2005: 10 GP; 0 GS; 6 Sol-11 TT, 1 PBU; Played in 10 games as a true freshman and made 11 tackles.
Jacob Lacey heading into Sr season: 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; 48 Sol-63 TT, 3 TFL, 1 SK, 5 INT, 9 PBU; Ended the season fifth on the squad with 63 tackles...2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; 32 Sol-48 TT, 2 TFL, 5 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 FF; Started all 13 games at corner and finished seventh on the team with 48 tackles, including 33 solo stops ... Tied for second on the team with five pass breakups ... 2005: 10 GP; 1 GS; 8 Sol-14 TT, 0.5 TFL, 1 PBU; Made a significant impact in the secondary as a true freshman, playing in 10 games and starting against Texas Tech ... Finished the season with 14 tackles, one behind the line of scrimmage, and a pass deflection in 10 games ... Played well on special teams, where he led the squad with seven tackles.
Andrew McGee heading into Sr season: 2010: All-Big 12 First Team (coaches)...Saw action in 12 games ...led the team with 5 interceptions...finished the season with 51 total tackles (41 solo), 3 tackles for loss and 7 passes defended...2009: Saw action in 11 games ... Did not play against Texas Tech and Ole Miss ... Finished the season eighth on the team with 32 tackles, which is second among returning players ... His six pass break-ups tied for third on the team ... Credited with four tackles in his NCAA debut against No. 13 Georgia ... Lone interception of the season came in the win over Missouri to go with two tackles ...Junior College: An all-conference safety in junior college ... A second-team junior-college all-stater following his sophomore season ... Also credited with an interception, seven pass break-ups and three fumble recoveries ... As a sophomore, he was fourth among all two-year players with 119 tackles.
Patrick Lavine heading into Sr season: 2007: Finished the season No. 22 in the Big 12 in tackles … Included on the watch list for the Butkus Award which recognizes the nation’s top collegiate linebacker ...2006: Saw action in all 13 games ... Got his first career start against Houston and moved into the starting lineup permanently against Kansas ... Finished second on the squad with 70 tackles ... Fourth on the team with nine tackles behind the line of scrimmage.
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