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Tylan Wallace, A.J. Green Among Quartet of OSU Reps for 2019 Big 12 Media Days

Take a look at all the people headed to Arlington next week for Big 12 Media Day.




In a week, the Big 12 football players and coaches will field questions from a huddled up group of media, and football will be back.

The Big 12 announced its participants for Big 12 media day, which is July 15 and 16 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Oklahoma State is sending Tylan Wallace, A.J. Green, Johnny Wilson and Philip Redwine-Bryant to the event — not too shabby of a group.

Joining all of the league’s head coaches, here is the full list of players headed to Jerry World:

Player School Position
JaMycal Hasty Baylor RB
Clay Johnston Baylor LB
Denzel Mims Baylor WR
Marques Jones Baylor WR
Josh Knipfel Iowa State OL
Marcel Spears Jr. Iowa State LB
JaQuan Bailey Iowa State DE
Deshaunte Jones Iowa State WR
Hakeem Adeniji Kansas OL
Khalil Herbert Kansas RB
Mike Lee Kansas S
Bryce Torneden Kansas S
Stephon Robinson Kansas WR
Skylar Thompson Kansas State QB
Dalton Schoen Kansas State WR
Trey Dishon Kansas State WR
Wyatt Hubert Kansas State DE
Denzel Goolsby Kansas State DB
Neville Gallimore Oklahoma DL
Creed Humphrey Oklahoma OL
CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma WR
Kenneth Murray Oklahoma LB
Nick Basquine Oklahoma LB
Tylan Wallace Oklahoma State WR
A.J. Green Oklahoma State CB
Johnny Wilson Oklahoma State C
Philip Redwine-Bryant Oklahoma State LB
Ross Blacklock TCU DT
Innis Gaines TCU S
Lucas Niang TCU OT
Jalen Reagor TCU WR
Garret Wallow TCU LB
Kellton Hollins TCU C
Sam Ehlinger Texas QB
Collin Johnson Texas WR
Brandon Jones Texas S
Malcolm Roach Texas DE
Zach Shackelford Texas C
Jeffrey McCulloch Texas LB
Travis Bruffy Texas Tech OL
Broderick Washington Jr. Texas Tech DL
Jordyn Brooks Texas Tech LB
Douglas Coleman III Texas Tech DB
Adrian Frye Texas Tech DB
Colton McKivitz West Virginia OL
T.J. Simmons West Virginia WR
Keith Washington Jr. West Virginia CB
Reese Donahue West Virginia DL

One of the most noticeable things on that list is that there will only be two quarterbacks (K-State’s Skylar Thompson and Texas’ Sam Ehlinger) at the event. There will, though, be plenty of pass-catchers in Arlington. Every team apart from Texas Tech is bringing at least one wide receiver.

There are also only two running backs going: Baylor’s JaMycal Hasty and Kansas’ Khalil Herbert.

Given his position at UT’s QB1, Ehlinger will probably be the most popular interview in terms of players next week, but Tylan Wallace might be a solid No. 2, given how close he came to being named the nation’s top wide receiver last season.

This will also be the first time Neal Brown, Matt Wells, Les Miles and Chris Klieman attend a media day as coaches of their new schools.

PFB is sending a crew down to cover the festivities next week, so get excited for some football #content.



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