QBs Show Off At Sunday Camp

The Oklahoma State quarterback situation is fairly clear. We know the Cowboys have offered Will Lunt of Rochester, Ill., and Brent Vanderveen, another 6-5 signal caller with a big arm out of California. Dane Evans of Sanger, Texas came in on Friday during to throw again for offensive coordinator Todd Monken and head coach Mike Gundy. In Sunday's mini-camp there was some size and some throwers.

Personally, I have always liked Jerame Littell. The Stillwater, Okla., quarterback, who has a dad that is Kurt Budke's associate head coach for women's basketball, is 6-3 and weighs 185 to 190 pounds.

Littell has a really strong arm and showed it on Sunday. He is also pretty accurate and can throw a pretty deep ball. He gets it up there over the defender where the receiver can run under it.

For Littell it has been a busy period as he was at Kansas for the Jayhawks Friday Night Lights camp on Friday evening, and he has also recently made trips to Missouri and Tulsa. The reports were he looked really good throwing the ball under the lights in Kansas on Friday.

Another intriguing prospect is Garrett Muehlstein out of Decatur, Texas. Muehlstein is 6-3, 200 pounds and runs really well. He is a quarterback/athlete that has a big arm but will need some work on his technique. Besides throwing the ball, he also lined up at receiver and went out and caught some passes as well. In fact, he caught some passes from Littell.

North Little Rock, Ark., quarterback Kaylon Cooper is 6-1 and close to 200 pounds. He ran well and threw well and may be a sleeper prospect. He is going to wind up signing with somebody.

It was more of an Oklahoma quarterback showcase with Ramsey Hamilton of Beggs, Brent Wilson of Ponca City, and Kason Key of Owasso all in Stillwater.

Hamilton is really athletic and the 6-0, 185-pounder has good speed. He may have run as well as any of the quarterbacks except maybe Muehlstein. Hamilton threw well too.

Wilson has a good arm but he is 6-0 or maybe a tad under. Key is a good sized quarterback at 6-4, 210 and we like the way he stands in there and has good throwing technique.

Key also has a little brother in sophomore-to-be Coleman Key, who is 6-4, 190 pounds. You can see Coleman is pretty athletic and throws well. He is one to really watch with a couple of seasons still to develop.

Jerrod Heard has the tough task of succeeding current Cowboy freshman J.W. Walsh at quarterback for Denton Guyer. Heard is another sophomore and member of the class of 2014. He ran really well, my guess is right around 4.7, and threw well. He showed nice touch on the fade and deep routes and will need to work on accelerating his short throws more. He has a good base to work from.

None of these guys are at the top of Oklahoma State's quarterback list but the Cowboys also don't have a commitment as of yet, and until then you don't know what can or will happen.

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