Cowboy Offensive Depth Chart & Analysis

The Oklahoma State football team's two-deep depth chart at the end of preseason camp, with comments and analysis from Go Pokes Executive Editor Robert Allen.

Wide Receiver
84 D'Juan Woods, Sr., 6-1, 210: Proven performer gets help with Bowman on other side
86 Tevin Williams, Sr., 6-2, 205: Local product stepped up in wake of WR injuries

Left Tackle
60 Brady Bond, RS-Fr., 6-6, 285: Late rush in camp changed staff's way of thinking on offensive line
68 Marhall Tetsworth, Sr., 6-6, 290: Hard working walk-on is probably third tackle option

Left Guard
61 David Koenig, Jr., 6-5, 290: Cowboys best offensive lineman moves back to old spot
65 Steve Denning, So., 6-5, 290: He is probably third option at guard

63 David Washington, So., 6-3, 310: Has really improved over the course of last year>br> 54 Andrew Lewis, RSFr., 6-5, 290: Has improved physically and with the mental part of the game

Right Guard
72 Kurt Seifried, Sr., 6-4, 300: Versatile in that he can play all five positions on the line
52 Andrew Lawrence, RSFr., 6-4, 300: Being counted on to be a key OL in the future

Right Tackle
75 Corey Hilliard, Sr., 6-6, 315: Rare four-year starter on the offensive line
76 Russell Okung, Fr., 6-5, 270: Best of the incoming freshmen and reminds you of Hilliard

Tight End
87 Brandon Pettigrew, So., 6-5, 265: Has had excellent preseason and looks to be major weapon this fall
88 Paschal Smith, Jr., 6-4, 260: Has also had strong preseason camp and will get plenty of opportunities

Wide Receiver
12 Adarius Bowman, Jr., 6-4, 220: North Carolina transfer has to be a difference maker
6 Ricky Price, So., 6-1, 190: Dependable pass catcher that is making more big plays will start in three WR sets
14 Bobby Reid, So., 6-3, 230: Has had great camp, cut down turnovers, and making plays with arm and feet
11 Zac Robinson, RS-Fr., 6-3, 205: Needs to get his feet wet in games

33 John Johnson, So., 6-2, 255: Has looked good after missing first week of camp
47 Jeremiah Burton, So., 6-1, 235: One of the best walk-on values in recent Cowboy memory, does what it takes

Running Back
29 Mike Hamilton, So., 6-1, 215: Has looked better than last year after hamstring problem to open camp
32 Julius Crosslin, Jr., 6-0, 235: Has proven to be more than just a short yardage specialist

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