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Redshirt Tracker: Five Games in, a Look at the Newbies Who Have Played

Several players have officially burned their chance to redshirt this season.



Five games into the season, we’re starting to see a pattern. Jayden Jernigan is going to play a role. Trace Ford is going to play a role. So, too, is Tom Hutton and Thomas Harper. Through OSU’s schedule this season, each have played in every game. In a win over No. 24 Kansas State on Saturday, their participation made it official: they cannot redshirt this season.

Here’s an update to our season-long tracker of who has and hasn’t played this season as we monitor newbies eligible for the NCAA rule that allows for players to play in up to four games while maintaining a redshirt.

(Note: we’re only tracking true freshmen and excluding all other classifications including junior college transfers and traditional transfers.)

Name Games Played DEBUT K-State stats Season
Jayden Jernigan 5 Oregon State 1 tackle 7 tackles, 1 TFL
Trace Ford 5 Oregon State No stats 8 tackles, 1 sack, 1 TFL
Na’Drian Dizadare 1 Oregon State No stats No stats
Thomas Harper 5 Oregon State No stats 5 tackles
Tom Hutton 5 Oregon State 2 punts, 35.5 yd. avg. 17 punts, 39.07 yd avg.
Langston Anderson 1 McNeese No stats 1 catch, 8 yards
Deondrick Glass 1 McNeese No stats 3 carries, 10 yards, 1 FBL
Kamryn Farrar 1 McNeese No stats 1 tackle
Isreal Isuman-Hundley 1 McNeese No stats No stats
Demarco Jones 1 McNeese No stats No stats
Xavier Ross 1 McNeese No stats No stats
Kody Walterscheid 1 McNeese No stats No stats
Xavier Player 1 McNeese No stats No stats
Joe Michalski
Preston Wilson
Taylor Miterko
Cole Birmingham
Brendan Costello
Grayson Boomer Out for year — ACL

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