Oklahoma State Cowboys College Football Preview 2021: Top Players
Best Oklahoma State Cowboys Offensive Player
OG Josh Sills, Sr.
The Cowboys got themselves a star for the interior of the line. The 6-6, 330-pound Sills came over from West Virginia and was an immediate force and leader from his guard spot. He earned All-Big 12 honors, but he should be in the mix for more All-America recognition for his versatility – he can kick out to tackle if needed – and power.
2. RB LD Brown, Sr.
3. QB Spencer Sanders, Jr.
4. RB Dezmon Jackson, Sr.
5. PK Alex Hale, Jr.
Best Oklahoma State Cowboys Defensive Player
LB Malcolm Rodriguez, Sr.
On a D with a few solid NFL prospects – safety Kolby Harvell-Peel should rise up the charts with a strong year – it’ll be Rodriguez who’s the statistical star and vocal leader of the D.
Around for his super-senior season, the 5-11, 225-pounder led the team with 82 tackles last season with three sacks and seven tackles for loss. He was a do-it-all playmaker in the 4-2-5, coming up with double-digit stops against Oklahoma and Texas.
2. S Kolby Harvell-Peel, Sr.
3. DE Tyler Lacy, Jr.
4. DE Trace Ford, Jr.
5. S Tre Sterling, Sr.
Top Incoming Oklahoma State Cowboys Transfer
C Danny Godlevske, Sr.
The Cowboy line got a huge boost last year when Josh Sills came over from West Virginia and became a fixture, and while Godlevske might not be quite as talented, he could make just as big an impact at center.
The 6-3, 305-pounder isn’t massive, but he’s been a rock-solid all-star blocker for Miami University over the last three years. He’s quick, experienced, and he fills an immediate need.