How’s Wes Lunt at the ‘mental rep?’
Players, especially quarterbacks, often talk about staying engaged during practice by going through “mental reps,” or imagining themselves and what they would do in a specific play, even though they are not one running it on the field.
Oklahoma State’s J.W. Walsh had to do that when he was the second-team quarterback. And in recent weeks, Wes Lunt has had to use that technique while recovering from a left knee injury sustained against Louisiana-Lafayette on Sept. 15.
So how is Lunt at the mental rep?
“At this point, (Lunt’s) a close race with (former OSU running back) Kendall Hunter for who talks the least during their career,” coach Mike Gundy joked Monday. “I wish I could give you an answer.
“I’m going to guess he’s pretty cerebral and he understands and he pays attention. He doesn’t talk much. It’s really hard for me to say, but I would guess that he stays with it pretty good, because I know he studies tape.
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