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Newcomers Get Assigned Numbers, Oklahoma State Updates 2022 Football Roster

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Last week Oklahoma State updated its 2022 football roster, debuting some newcomers in their new threads.

A good chunk of OSU’s 2022 class enrolled early and already had numbers announced, but since then, the Cowboys’ staff has made a few moves in the transfer portal and brought in the traditional high school grads. Here is a look at all the scholarship newcomers on OSU’s roster.

No. Name Pos. Class Height Weight
0 Ollie Gordon RB Freshman 6-1 211
1 Braylin Presley WR Freshman 5-8 165
1 Xavier Benson LB R-Junior 6-3 224
2 Talyn Shettron WR Freshman 6-2 195
4 Deondre Jackson RB R-Sophomore 5-11 215
6 Stephon Johnson WR Freshman 6-2 182
8 Dylahn McKinney CB Freshman 6-0 174
11 Tabry Shettron CW Freshman 6-4 230
13 Garret Rangel QB Freshman 6-2 181
23 Cameron Epps CB Freshman 6-3 194
24 CJ Brown RB Freshman 5-10 175
32 Gabe Brown LB Freshman 6-2 220
51 Austin Kawecki OL Freshman 6-5 265
71 Casey Collier OL R-Sophomore 6-7 300
72 Calvin Harvey OL Freshman 6-8 320
73 Jason Brooks OL R-Sophomore 6-4 295
77 Tyrone Webber OL Junior 6-3 285
78 Davis Dotson OL Freshman 6-6 290
84 Mason Gilkey WR Freshman 6-3 175
87 DeSean Brown DE Freshman 6-3 250
88 Landon Dean DE Freshman 6-5 240
95 Jaleel Johnson DE Freshman 6-4 240
97 Seleti Fevaleaki DT R-Junior 6-3 270

Among the most recent batch of newcomers, Braylin Presley rocking the No. 1 he wore at Bixby High School probably stands out the most. He’ll be one of five true freshmen in single digits along with Ollie Gordon (0), Tayln Shettron (2), Stephon Johnson (6) and Dylahn McKinney (8).

Presley is also one of three four-star prospects enrolling in the summer. Cameron Epps, a 6-foot-3 (!!) corner, joins him and will don No. 23. And in-state defensive end DeSean Brown will wear No. 87.

Elsewhere on the in-state front, Putnam City North’s Jaleel Johnson will rock No. 95, Berryhill’s Davis Dotson will wear No. 78 and Pawhuska’s Mason Gilkey will do his best D’Juan Woods impersonation in No. 84. Gabe Brown, who enrolled early, has already done a number swap, going from 42 in the spring to 32 on the most recent update. Kansas native Landon Dean also went from No. 77 to No. 88.

Aside from looking at jersey numbers, the biggest numbers to stand out came from Calvin Harvey. Harvey, from the Houston area, enters his true freshman season listed at 6-8, 320 pounds. That makes him the tallest player on the roster regardless of classification. He is also the second-heaviest behind Caleb Etienne, who is listed at 6-7, 325.

There were also some number changes from non-newcomers from the spring roster into this update:

De’Kelvion Beamon 28 ➡️ 24
Nickolas Martin 46 ➡️ 4
Donovan Stephens 40 ➡️ 33

To view the full roster, click here.

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