Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy wants to wait until the Cowboys have gone through about a week of practice before really starting to judge new starting quarterback Wes Lunt.
But it’s hard not to notice the 6-4 true freshman signal-caller, and Gundy said Friday following the Cowboys’ first fall practice that he was particularly impressed with Lunt’s bulked-up frame. Lunt added about 10 pounds of muscle during the summer, going from 211 pounds to about 220.
“I can see where he’s already improved some,” Gundy said. “I had kind of said the fifth, sixth, seventh practice or so, in my mind, is the time to really start watching him. Give him a chance to get back out there and let him get in pads for three or four days.
“But you obviously can’t help to watch. But I thought he looked good. He’s definitely bigger…he looks more physical than he did back in April.”