Here's a look at Oklahoma State's true freshman class, ranked from least likely to redshirt to most likely to redshirt:
1. Justin Gilbert, cornerback: One of the stars of fall camp, Gilbert has seized the punt return job and already appears on the two-deep at cornerback.
2. Shaun Lewis, linebacker: Very athletic and aggressive, Lewis has lived up to the hype he earned as an UnderArmour All-American.
3. Joseph Randle, running back: Played his way out of a redshirt season despite the Cowboys depth at running back.
4. Devin Hedgepeth, cornerback: An early enrollee who is smart and unusually solid for a true freshman.
5. Deion Imade, safety: Imade has jumped into the two-deep at safety with a superb fall camp.
6. Lavocheya Cooper, safety: Will contribute on special teams and could earn time in the secondary.
7. Zack Craig, safety: Another special teams contributor who could see time on defense.
8. Chris Dinkins, receiver: Has been called "a beast" by teammates and should have a major impact on special teams and could help at receiver in the latter portion of the schedule.
9. Johnny Deaton, quarterback: Listed as the co-No. 2 quarterback along with Clint Chelf. Should see some snaps to get needed experience.
10. Davidell Collins, defensive tackle: A pleasant surprise, Collins appears to be a diamond in the rough that was unearthed by Bill Young.
11. Daniel Koenig, tackle: Has quietly had a terrific fall camp, already earning a spot in the Cowboys' two-deep at right tackle.
12. Kevin Johnson, receiver: Should contribute on special teams and could see snaps at receiver as the season progresses.
13. Larry Stephens, cornerback: The least talked about freshman defensive back on the roster, Stephens still appears likely to play. He's competitive and has natural instincts at corner.
14. Christian Littlehead, defensive tackle: Arrived on campus late but could still see some time as a true freshman due to OSU's need at the position.
15. Gerron Anthony, offensive line: Has impressed but still likely to redshirt.
16. Montra Nelson, receiver: Could contribute on special teams but may redshirt.
17. Javius Townsend, tackle: A talented prospect who would get even better with a redshirt season.
18. Nathan Sorenson, quarterback: The transition to playing quarterback in the Big 12 has been difficult, likely redshirt.
19. Jacob Jenkins, center: Likely headed for a redshirt season as he gets familiar with Big 12 football.
20. Joe Okafor, defensive end: Arrived on campus late, appears a likely redshirt candidate.
21. Diamonte Wheeler, defensive tackle: Likely to redshirt, Wheeler needs to get stronger and more comfortable going against college offensive linemen.
22. Eli Dickerson, offensive line: Likely headed for a redshirt year to get bigger and stronger.
23. Caleb Lavey, linebacker: Will miss an extended period of the season because of injury, not expected to contribute.