Plenty of talent, plenty of inexperience
With Oklahoma State spring football beginning past the halfway point, it’s a great time to take a closer look at the Cowboys roster. During the final days of spring football I complete my position-by-position look at the Pokes.
Headliner: TBD. Replacing Orie Lemon and Justin Gent, OSU has talent at the position but it is largely inexperienced talent. Until they prove it on the field, nobody deserves to be called a headliner quite yet.
Next in line: Sophomore Caleb Lavey. An elite recruit in last year’s class, Lavey will be counted on to step in for Orie Lemon at the middle linebacker slot. After injuring his elbow in fall camp, he fought back to see significant action in the final weeks of the season. Replacing Lemon won’t be easy but Lavey has the talent to be a core member of the Cowboy defense.
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