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A Look at Changes to OSU Football Roster Since Spring Practice



Roster turnover is something the coaching staff has to deal with ever year. This year’s official roster has been released ahead of fall camp. There were some noteworthy additions and a few names who took part in spring ball missing from the official list.

Here’s a look at the apparent departures based on OSU’s roster.

Name Number Position
Winston Westbrooks 27 Safety
Mitchell Perkinson 30 Wide Receiver
Jakeem Johnson 35 Running Back
Reshawn Parker 46 Linebacker
Brian Ciszewski 47 Linebacker
Obi Obialo 88 Wide Receiver

Obialo announced his transfer from the program earlier this year. No official word on running back Jakeem Johnson but with the influx of talent and the competition that already existed on the roster, Johnson would find it an uphill battle see the field. He contributed on the scout team the last two seasons.

There were also several additions to the roster since the spring, most we already knew about. For a breakdown of number changes, we’ve got you covered as well.

Here are the new names on the roster since spring ball. Note this does not include names like Jelani Woods and Patrick Macon who enrolled in the spring and have been with the team since then.

Name Number Position
Tracin Wallace 4 Quarterback
Adrian Baker 6 Cornerback
Braydon Johnson 8 Wide Receiver
Malcolm Rodriguez 20 Safety
Trey Sterling 23 Defensive Back
J.D. King 27 Running Back
Thabo Mwaniki 28 Safety
Chuba Hubbard 30 Running Back
Kris McCune 32 Safety
Jake McClure 39 Kicker
Brock Martin 40 Defensive End
Sione Finefeuiaki 42 Cowboy back
Enoch Smith Jr. 56 Defensive Tackle
Larry Joubert 74 Offensive Line
Aaron Cochran 78 Offensive Line
Tylan Wallace 80 Wide Receiver
LC Greenwood 81 Wide Receiver
Baron Odom 86 Cowboy Back
Brendon Evers 98 Offensive Lineman

The big names are there. Incoming freshmen like Chuba Hubbard and Tylan Wallace have already been penciled in as future stars by many. Then there are transfers like Adrian Baker and Aaron Cochran who look to make an immediate impact to OSU’s potential Big 12 title run in 2017.

Larry Joubert was the final addition to this year’s class. He adds more depth to the offensive line by way of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and will probably play at either guard position.

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