The immediate replacement on the depth chart for departed quarterback Wes Lunt is … Jake Hubenak?
That’s likely a stretch. But the Cowboys have added a signal-caller, as the incoming freshman from Georgetown (Texas) Georgetown announced via Twitter Tuesday that he will walk on at OSU.
So excited for the opportunity to go play quarterback at Oklahoma State for my college career! Can’t… instagram.com/p/abaA1zM208/
— Jake Ryan (@hubenak_j) June 11, 2013
Hubenak, who went 19-1 in his career as Georgetown’s starter, threw for more than 5,500 yards as a senior and quarterbacked Georgetown to the Class 4A Division I state championship game.
So why the lack of recruiting interest from major programs?
A season-ending knee injury early in Hubenak’s junior campaign, a prime time in a prospect’s evaluation process, likely hurt his recruiting. At 6-3 and 185 pounds, Hubenak was rated a two-star prospect by Scout in the 2013 class. He drew interest from TCU and Houston but did not receive a scholarship offer from either school.