Depth Chart, Analysis<br>for OSU-Baylor Game

Here is the official OSU depth chart for the Baylor game on Saturday with a few notes of analysis. Kickoff for the game with the Bears is at 1 p.m. The game will not be televised, but will be broadcast on the Cowboy Radio Network. It is Senior Day and the Cowboys will honor 17 seniors including starters Chris Akin, Sam Mayes, Billy Bajema, Efe Mowarin, Clay Coe, Darrent Williams, Jon Holland, Robert Jones, punter Cole Farden, deep snapper Jacob Dressen and wide receiver/holder John Wohlgemuth.

Offense
LT 75 Corey Hilliard, 6-5, 300, So.
73 Jeray Chatham, 6-4, 270, Fr.
LG 66 Corey Curtis, 6-4, 290, Jr.
74 Doug Bond, 6-2, 300, So.
C 69 Chris Akin, 6-2, 300, Sr.
72 Kurt Seifried, 6-4, 305, So.
RG 76 Sam Mayes, 6-3, 325, Sr.
70 Phillip Friess, 6-5, 280, RS Fr.
RT 78 Kellen Davis, 6-5, 290, Jr.
69 Adam Gourley, 6-6, 290, Jr.
TE 86 Billy Bajema, 6-5, 265, Sr.
80 Charlie Johnson, 6-4, 270, Jr.
Analysis: David Koenig has been removed from the depth chart which means that he is likely finished for the season. The back problems continue to bother him. I did ask if it is a situation that would require surgery or if it is a situation that may not ever be corrected. I was told no surgery and that, in time, he should recover. Also, Jeray Chatham is listed as the backup for Corey Hilliard, but Adam Gourley is technically the backup for both sides at tackle.

WR 84 D'Juan Woods, 6-1, 195, So.
24 Luke Frazier, 6-0, 205, Jr.
WR 83 Chijuan Mack, 6-3, 185, RS Fr.
11 Prentiss Elliott, 6-0, 175, Fr.
Analysis: No changes at wide receiver.

QB 8 Donovan Woods, 6-2, 215, RS Fr.
4 Al Pena, 6-3, 205, RS Fr.
FB 37 Shawn Willis, 6-1, 260, Jr.
32 Julius Crosslin, 5-11, 235, RS Fr.
TB 33 Vernand Morency, 5-10, 215, Jr.
2 Seymore Shaw, 5-11, 215, Sr.
Analysis: No changes, but keep those eyes trained on Julius Crosslin, who is really coming into his own as a blocker, runner and receiver.

Defense
RE 50 Darnell Smith, 6-0, 260, So.
51 Victor DeGrate, 6-3, 250, So.
or 56 Maurice Cummings, 6-4, 245, Fr.
DT 95 Efe Mowarin, 6-1, 310, Sr.
90 Xavier Lawson-Kennedy, 6-1, 310, So.
NG 96 Clay Coe, 6-2, 295, Sr.
77 Walter Thomas, 6-5, 340, Fr.
DE 97 Marque Fountain, 6-1, 260, So.
81 Jerry Don Bray, 6-5, 265, Jr.
Analysis: This is a critical area where the Cowboys need to make improvement. Oklahoma State badly needs to see some playmakers step up. Walter Thomas comes in when the Cowboys use the five-man defensive front, which they did against Texas.

MLB 99 Lawrence Pinson, 6-1, 240, Jr.
2 Roderick Johnson, 6-3, 255, Fr.
OLB 12 Paul Duren, 6-1, 240, Jr.
41 Pagitte McGee 6-1, 235, Jr.
Analysis: We're starting to see more and more of freshman Roderick Johnson, which will hopefully speed up his development. He has a chance to be a big-time player with his athletic skills.

LCB 9 Darrent Williams, 5-9, 180, Sr.
or 4 Daniel McLemore, 5-7, 160, Jr.
26 Andrew Alexander, 5-8, 160, RS Fr.
SS 20 Vernon Grant, 5-9, 185, Jr.
30 Grant Jones, 5-10, 195, So.
FS 17 Jon Holland, 5-11, 185. Sr.
10 Thomas Wright, 6-0, 185, Jr.Jamie Thompson, 6-0, 190, Jr.
19 Jeremy Nethon, 5-9, 190, So.
RCB 6 Robert Jones, 5-11, 190, Sr.
4 Daniel McLemore, 5-7, 160, Jr.
Analysis: With Darrent Williams out of the lineup as the broken arm wasn't ready to go, Andrew Alexander appears on the depth chart. He has great speed and has shown up well in practice. Still, look for more and more of true freshman Martel Van Zant.

Specialists
K 47 Jason Ricks, 6-1, 180, Fr.
28 Luke Roberts, 5-10, 175, RS Fr.
P 18 Cole Farden, 5-11, 200, Sr.
47 Jason Ricks, 6-1, 180, Fr.
DS 55 Jacob Dressen, 6-4, 275, Sr.
45 Brady Nix, 6-1, 225, RS Fr.
Holder 85 John Wohlgemuth, 6-1, 185, Sr.
PR 9 Darrent Williams, 5-9, 180, Sr.
or 11 Prentiss Elliott, 6-0, 175, Fr.
4 Daniel McLemore, 5-7, 160, Jr.
KR 6 Robert Jones, 5-11, 190, Sr.
and 4 Daniel McLemore, 5-7, 160, Jr.
or 11 Prentiss Elliott, 6-0, 175, Fr.
Analysis: Elliott is now listed on kickoff returns. He saw his first action there against Oklahoma and really had a good return in the second half against Texas. It was a return that you thought might get the Cowboys back on track, but did not. He has shown to be as good on kickoff returns, maybe better, than he is on punt returns.

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