- #80 DT
- Oklahoma Sooners
- HometownTowanda, KS
- Weight334 lbs.
*Defensive statistics not considered official.
There can be various signs of success in the Big 12.Last week we took a look at potential stats from various offensive players in the conference that could be a sign of success for their respective teams.about 67 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | ESPN.com
The Big 12 has plenty of senior talent returning to the conference in 2014.ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper has multiple Big 12 standouts atop his position-by-position lists of top seniors available in the 2015 NFL Draft, and several underclassmen also make appearances on Kiper’s lists of top non-senior NFL prospects for 2015.about 82 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | ESPN.com
Last week, colleague Max Olson crunched the numbers on the total career starts each Big 12 team has coming back for next season.What Max unearthed was that Texas (by far) leads the Big 12 in career starts returning, both offensively and defensively.about 97 days ago | Jake Trotter | ESPN.com
Two weeks ago, we ranked every team in the Big 12 position-by-position coming out of the spring. Putting that together, we’ve ranked the overall league position-by-position.about 102 days ago | Jake Trotter | ESPN.com
Several players will decide the success of the Oklahoma Sooners this fall.Some Sooners will have more of an impact than others and will be counted on to be the foundation of the 2014 squad.about 102 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | ESPN.com
Since last week we’ve been examining at the strongest and weakest position groups for each Big 12 team going into the fall.We continue with the Oklahoma Sooners:Strongest position: Defensive linePretty obvious choice here for Oklahoma, considering how this unit played in its greatest test yet against Alabama.about 104 days ago | Max Olson | ESPN.com
Over the next two weeks, we’ll be analyzing the depth charts of every Big 12 team coming out of the spring. On Tuesday, we continue the series with Oklahoma:Offense (projected starters in bold)QB: Trevor Knight (So.about 125 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | ESPN.com
It was a quiet and productive spring at Oklahoma. The Sooners emerged relatively free of injuries and were able to tinker with their systems on both sides of the ball.about 128 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | ESPN.com
It was a quiet and productive spring at Oklahoma. The Sooners emerged relatively injury free and were able to tinker with their systems on both sides of the ball.about 132 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | ESPN.com
NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma is dreaming of a national title run that would make its Allstate Sugar Bowl destruction of Alabama an afterthought.If that dream turns into reality, the Sooners will likely have their defensive line to thank.about 143 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | ESPN.com