One season after they thought they would compete for the Big 12 title, Oklahoma State returns a team that is in many ways stripped of talent. Our top Cowboy ranks as a third round choice and the quality quickly drops off after that.
Kendall Hunter struggled through an injury plagued campaign last season yet at the top of his game he’s an elusive ball carrier that consistently creates yardage. He’ll make several defenders miss over the course of a single run, shows and explosive burst and runs north/south. He’ll fit the role of third down back/specialist at the next level.
Hubert Anyiam is a solid receiver prospect who did a good job filling in for the suspended Dez Bryant last season. Quick releasing off the line into routes, he shows better-than-average downfield speed and is a consistent hand catcher. He’ll get vertical and come away with the ball in a crowd.
Defensive end Ugo Chinasa is an adequate defensive end yet someone who never lived up to expectations. Chinasa can bend off the edge, plays with good lean and is rarely off his feet. He has a long build and looks imposing on the field yet does more chasing than playmaking and is easily controlled at the point of attack.
Markelle Martin is a good looking safety prospect. Martin is solid defending the run, takes good angles to the action and squares into tackles. He displays solid ball skills between the numbers.
Chris Donaldson is a fiery defensive tackle with good first step quickness. Breaking down well he plays with consistent knee bend and fires through the gaps upfield.
Oklahoma State Pro-Prospects