Ben Grogan struggled as the OSU kicker last season as a freshman, making 11 of 18 field-goal attempts, with five misses from less than 40 yards.
Now OSU has brought in two junior-college kickers, Keegan Carter of Oklahoma Christian School and Ryan Weese of Olathe, Kan. Carter, who started his career at Texas Tech, transferred from Northeastern A&M Junior College. Weese transferred from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College. OSU a year ago brought in another walk-on from NEO, Kevin King of Jenks. Neither is on scholarship.
“We always try to bring in as many walk-ons on special teams as possible,” OSU coach Mike Gundy said. “And we’ll have some others come in in the fall.”
Gundy said it’s open competition, much like a wrestling room. Most football positions have all kinds of nuances. Not kicker. Whoever kicks best in practice will be the kicker.
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