OSU insider in-depth: Chris Littlehead
by Brandon Chatmon
With recruiting season in full swing, I will be evaluating all 26 prospects who are currently committed to the Oklahoma State football program. I will go in alphabetical order and will post three or four evaluations per day during the next week.
My evaluations will conclude next Friday when I rank OSU’s commitments including their chances of having an immediate impact in Stillwater.
Chris Littlehead, Sequoyah-Tahlequah
Position: Defensive tackle
Ht, Wt: 6-2, 305
Vitals: 335 bench, 485 squat, 4.6 shuttle, 25-inch vertical
Picked OSU over… Nebraska, Missouri, Ole Miss, Kansas, North Carolina and others.
Pros: Littlehead is athletic and quick. He could probably play either offense or defense for the Cowboys. Has good initial quickness off the ball and displays good strength and a mean streak. His strength also makes him tough to move out of the middle.
Cons: Not as explosive as elite defensive tackles but gets the job done. Redshirt candidate.
Expect an impact in… 2011. I’d expect Littlehead to redshirt then fight for a spot in the defensive tackle rotation as a redshirt freshman. He has the potential to be a solid starter by his junior year at the latest.
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