2016 Oklahoma State Football Recruiting Class Breakdown

    2016 Oklahoma State Football Recruiting Class: Oklahoma State didn’t need to bring in a ton of recruits, and it didn’t. It’s one of the Big 12’s weaker classes without the four and five-star types.

    January 29, 2016


    2016 Oklahoma State Football Recruiting Class: Oklahoma State didn’t need to bring in a ton of recruits, and it didn’t. It’s one of the Big 12’s weaker classes without the four and five-star types.


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    Oklahoma State Football Recruiting Class Overview

    Where’s the talent? All of Oklahoma State’s pickups are three-star level talents, and while the coaching staff always produces no matter what, there aren’t a ton of Big 12 stars in this class. The program didn’t need a lot after last year’s big haul and with a veteran team returning, but it’s still wasn’t a great recruiting season.

    The Class Is Heavy On …

    Offensive linemen. It’s not a sexy class without a lot of star skill guys, but the line is being built up for the high-powered offense with Matt Kegel and Tyler Brown two promising guards with high upside. Larry Williams is a 6-5, 310-pound ready-made JUCO transfer at tackle, and Dylan Galloway is a good prospect who needs to fill out his frame before he becomes a factor in three years.

    The Star of the Class Is …

    CB A.J. Green, 6-0, 170 – While he needs to bulk up and fill out a little bit, he’s got a good frame and he can move. Once he hits the weights for a few years, he should be able to use his physical style and playmaking ability to be one of the program’s next big corner talents. Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Texas Tech, and several lower-level Pac-12 teams were in the hunt for his services.

    The Team’s Biggest 2016 Depth Chart Hole Is …

    Cornerback. The Cowboys get just about everyone back on offense with ten starters returning, and outside of star end Emmanuel Ogbah, the defensive returns relatively intact – except for cornerback. Kevin Peterson is the huge loss on one side, and Michael Hunter is gone from the other. Considering the pass happy Big 12, this is more than just an area of concern.

    2016 Oklahoma State Football Recruiting Class

    Tyrell Alexander WR 6-1 170 HS Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster
    LD Brown RB 5-9 174 HS Dallas, Texas/DeSoto
    Tyler Brown OL 6-6 300 HS Lexington, Okla./Lexington
    Calvin Bundage LB 6-2 193 HS Edmond, Okla./Santa Fe
    Dylan Galloway OL 6-5 279 HS Dallas, Texas/Coppell
    A.J. Green CB 6-1 160 HS DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto
    Devin Harper LB 6-1 210 HS Knoxville, Tenn./Karns
    Madre Harper CB 6-2 167 HS Arlington, Texas/Lamar
    Justice Hill RB 5-10 171 HS Tulsa, Okla./Booker T. Washington
    Teven Jenkins OL 6-6 290 HS Topeka, Kan./Topeka
    Malik Kearse CB 6-1 175 JUCO Miami, Fla./Fort Scott C.C./Monsignor Pace HS
    Matt Kegel OL 6-5 295 HS Chaska, Minn./Chaska
    Tramonda Moore OL 6-4 350 HS Oklahoma City, Okla./John Marshall
    Cameron Murray DT 6-2 280 HS Bryant, Ark./Bryant
    Amen Ogbongbemiga LB 6-0 207 HS Calgary, Alberta, Canada/Notre Dame HS
    Shane Richards OL 6-8 330 JUCO Calgary, Alberta, Canada/New Mexico Military Inst.
    Dillon Stoner WR 6-0 176 HS Tulsa, Okla./Jenks
    Tralund Webber DE 6-5 250 JUCO Cameron, Texas/Blinn College/Cameron Yoe
    Larry Williams OL 6-5 339 JUCO Wilmington, N.C./Hutchinson/ECU/Laney
    Rodarius Williams CB 6-0 172 HS Shreveport, La./Calvary Baptist Academy
    Keondre Wudtee QB 6-4 195 HS Bossier City, La./Parkway

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