OSU football: Depth chart analysis

by Gina Mizell Published: August 26, 2012

Here is Oklahoma State football beat writer Gina Mizell's analysis of the Cowboys' depth chart:

No., Name, Ht., Wt,, Class


71, Parker Graham, 6-7, 292, Jr.

69, Devin Davis, 6-5, 275, RFr.


70, Jonathan Rush, 6-4, 284, Sr.

51, Brandon Webb, 6-3, 326, Jr.


60, Evan Epstein, 6-3, 291, Sr.

54, Jake Jenkins, 6-3, 281, So.


68, Lane Taylor, 6-3, 328, Sr.

76, Eli Dickerson, 6-6, 310, So.


58, Daniel Koenig, 6-6, 295, So.

75, Chris Grisbhy, 6-5, 315, So.

Offensive line analysis: The loss of Michael Bowie, who left the program after violating team rules just before camp, created a void at left tackle. Graham has moved to that position from right tackle, which slides Koenig into a starting role. Taylor is regarded as one of the nation's top linemen, and Rush returns from injury to give the Cowboys another solid veteran presence on the inside. Though a senior, Epstein has never snapped the football in a college game.


14, Justin Horton, 6-3, 254, Sr.

44, Jeremy Seaton, 6-2, 247, RFr.


82, Isaiah Anderson, 5-10, 168, Sr.

17 Charlie Moore, 6-2, 202, Jr.


5, Josh Stewart, 5-10, 170, So.

6, David Glidden, 5-7, 171, RFr.


18, Blake Jackson, 6-3, 238, Jr.

80, Torrance Carr, 6-2, 226, RFr.


87, Tracy Moore, 6-2, 220, Sr.

2, C.J. Curry, 6-2, 185, Fr.

Receivers analysis: Tracy Moore is the Cowboys' top returning receiver, and Charlie Moore was the breakout star of the spring game. But with the departure of Justin Blackmon, Josh Cooper and others, OSU will see plenty of new faces catching passes this season, including Jackson, a junior college transfer, Carr and Glidden, two redshirt freshmen, and Curry and Blake Webb, two true freshmen. Stewart, who saw plenty of game action as a true freshman last season, could develop into a sophomore star.


1, Joseph Randle, 6-1, 194, Jr.

31, Jeremy Smith, 5-10, 204, Jr.


9, Kye Staley, 5-10, 236, Sr.

39, Teddy Johnson, 5-11, 220, So.

Running backs analysis: Randle and Smith make up one of the best backfield combos in the nation, which should be a huge help to freshman quarterback Wes Lunt as he adjusts to the college game. With Blackmon and Brandon Weeden gone, Randle has become the face of the program, and with good reason. He scored 24 rushing touchdowns last season, which ranked fourth in the nation, and is also a dangerous receiving threat out of the backfield.

by Gina Mizell
OSU Sports Reporter
Gina Mizell joined The Oklahoman in August of 2011 as the Oklahoma State beat writer, where she covered the Cowboys' historic run to the Big 12 championship and Fiesta Bowl in her first season on the job. Before arriving in Stillwater, Gina was...
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