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Oklahoma State football: All-time DFW team

HEART OF DALLAS BOWL — Berry Tramel breaks down the best Oklahoma State players to come from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
by Berry Tramel Published: December 23, 2012
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OFFENSE

WR Hermann Eben, Mesquite, 1968-70: Record-setting passcatcher, with 89 catches his final two seasons.


WR Curtis Mayfield, Dallas Spruce, 1987-90: all-Big Eight in 1989, with 93 career receptions.

C Grant Garner, North Mesquite, 2010-11: 2011 all-American and the Big 12 lineman of the year.

OL Ralph Partida, Dallas Kimball: 1984 all-Big Eight.

OL Lane Taylor, Arlington Martin, 2009-12: Four-year starter in OSU's golden era.

OL Scott Waterbury, Arlington Lamar, 1992-95: Four-year starter.

OL Reggie Richardson, Dallas Samuell, 1977-79: 1979 all-Big Eight lineman.

QB J.W. Walsh, Denton Guyer, 2012: Walsh's career is just one season old, but the Cowboys rarely have gone to DFW for a quarterback.

RB Gerald Hudson, Waxahachie, 1988-90: 1990 NCAA rushing champ, with 1,692 yards.

RB Walt Garrison, Lewisville, 1963-65: 1965 all-Big Eight, then became an iconic Dallas Cowboy.

RB Tatum Bell, DeSoto, 2000-03: 2002 all-Big 12, ranks seventh in OSU rushing, with 3,409 yards.

K: Larry Roach, Dallas St. Mark's, 1981-84: A 1982 all-American and the most prolific field-goal kicker in OSU history, with 68. Also has the longest OSU field goal ever, 56 yards.

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