Published: August 24, 2008
Oklahoma State has several junior college players who could make an impact this season.

RB Beau Johnson: One of the nation's top junior-college backs; will split carries with Kendall Hunter.

WR Bo Bowling: Walked on last January and should contribute as a punt returner and slot receiver.

OL Andrew Mitchell: The Choctaw product should be in the offensive line rotation.

CB Maurice Gray: Could win the starting job ahead of incumbent Perrish Cox.

S Lucien Antoine: Nicknamed "The Punisher” for his vicious hits; might not start but will play considerably.

LB Donald Booker: Hard hitter brings speed and punch to the linebacking corps.

LB Tolu Moala: Sitting out fall camp with a right shoulder injury.

DT Chris Donaldson: Has three years of eligibility remaining; will provide much-needed depth on the line.

DT Swanson Miller: Good speed for a 6-foot-4, 300-pounder; will be counted on heavily to plug the middle.

DE Jeremiah Price: Among five defensive ends who will share playing time.

By Scott Wright

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