The breakdown: Best in-state college players not named Sam Bradford

Modified: September 20, 2008 at 9:07 am •  Published: September 20, 2008
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5Travis Lewis The newest linebacking star at Oklahoma. The redshirt freshman has been both solid and spectacular.

4 Kendall Hunter The Oklahoma State tailback ranks fourth nationally with 149.7 yards rushing per game. He's been electrifying in replacing Dantrell Savage.


3 David Johnson The Tulsa quarterback has a passing efficiency rating that is off the charts. A 241.6 rating? So good, it's ridiculous.

2 Gerald McCoy As good as Bradford has played, McCoy has been every bit as good. The Sooner nose guard is wrecking serious havoc on opponents.

1Dez Bryant The Cowboy wide out is big-time in every way. He has 326 yards receiving and is averaging more than 20 yards a catch.



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