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Breaking down OSU's 2010 recruiting class

Published: February 4, 2010
Could break into two-deep
Shaun LewisLB6-1205

Missouri City (Texas) Hightower4

While undersized, Lewis is an explosive player and hitter. Expect the UnderArmour All-American to make an impact immediately.

Justin GilbertDB6-0170

Huntsville (Texas)4

Gilbert has blazing speed and great playmaking ability. Should battle for kick return duties as a true freshman.

Nathan SorensonQB6-3200

Texarkana (Texas) Texas High3

Sorenson is perfect for OSU’s system.

He’s a very good passer, a leader and a


Johnny DeatonQB 6-3195

Sand Springs4

As an early signee, Deaton will have every opportunity to make an impact during his freshman season.

Chris DinkinsWR6-2215

Tyler (Texas) Lee3

Dinkins is a big receiver who has good

speed and the potential to create


Kevin JohnsonWR6-2190

Houston (Texas) Cypress Ridge3

A polished route runner with speed and

potential. A perfect fit for Dana Holgorsen’s system.

Malcolm MurrayDB6-2205

Walnut (Calif) Mt. SAC4

Great size/speed ratio at a position of need.

Expect him to play early and often.

special teams/contributor
Joseph RandleRB6-0180

Wichita (Kan.) Southeast4

Randle is an exceptional runner with great feet and good vision. Has the talent to contribute on special teams from day one.

Caleb LaveyLB6-4210

Celina (Texas)3

Lavey is a terrific middle linebacker prospect. He has underrated athleticism, is physical and aggressive.

Kris CatlinLB6-1215

San Antonio (Texas) Madison3

The Pokes’ most overlooked linebacker prospect — but he has talent and an uncanny nose for the