November 8, 2012
Redshirt Tracker: Five play at KSU
Oklahoma State started two true freshmen for the second straight week, with Wes Lunt and Austin Hays repping on the offensive side of the ball. On the road against the BCS No. 2-ranked Kansas State, five Cowboy 2012 signees contributed. Most were fairly big contributions.
FRESHMAN REDSHIRT TRACKER
|Wes Lunt, QB1|
Game 8: Lunt started the game strong, but was below average before being knocked out of the game. He was 11-for-20 for 184 yards and a touchdown, but threw 3 interceptions.
Game 7: Lunt started and played the entire game vs TCU. Was obviously rusty, but got better throughout the game. Finished 18-of-33 for 324 yards and a score. His lone interception was costly, giving TCU a 7-0 lead on a pick-six. Overall, a solid effort under the circumstances.
Game 6: Same story as the KU game. Lunt was suited up and "available" but did not play. Will likely play in game 7 vs TCU.
Game 5: Lunt did not play at Kansas, but did suit up. Will likely be ready for ISU.
Game 4: Lunt did not suit up for Texas due to a knee and ankle injury. Could be ready for KU.
Games 2&3: Lunt played the entire Arizona game (save one fourth down play run by J.W. Walsh). Against Louisiana, Lunt only had a handful of plays before suffering a knee injury.
Game 1: Only got four series to start the game, but was ultra-efficient, going 11-for-11 for 129 yards. All four of his drives resulted in OSU touchdowns, though none were capped off via the air.
August 15: Lunt is QB1. Not much else needs to be said. He'll play.
|Blake Webb, IR|
Game 8: After being largely disappearing for several games, Webb turned a two-catch, 46 yard performance at KSU.
Game 7: Somewhat curiously, Webb did not enter the game vs. TCU.
Game 6: Played vs ISU but did not record stats..
Game 5: Webb played at Kansas, but did not record any stats.
Game 4: Did not play vs UT.
Games 2 & 3: Webb is one of four freshmen to play in all three games thus far. He had 1 catch for 15 yards at Arizona and 2 for 37 against UL.
Game 1: Working as Jackson's backup, Webb tallied two catches for 38 yards.
August 27: After starting camp at the slot position, Webb moved to the "Y" when Torrance Carr went out with an injury. He's listed as the number two at that position behind Blake Jackson. Fully expected to play against Savannah State.
August 15: Webb is the only other freshman thus far through fall camp who has had a coach say definitively that he will play. There will definitely be others, but Webb has shown the ability to backup either inside receiver spots.
|Kevin Peterson, CB|
|The rundown: |
Game 8: Peterson played CB and special teams and had two solo tackles.
Game 7: "KP" played at corner and on special teams. He had a big pass break-up on a deep pass near the TCU goal line to force a punt..
Game 6: Had one tackle vs ISU, playing as a reserve corner and on special teams.
Game 5: Peterson did not play at KU..
Game 4: Peterson was the only true frosh to play outside of special teams, subbing in when Justin Gilbert was out for a time with an injury.
Games 2 & 3: Peterson is the third to have played in all three games, and is emerging as OSU's top non-starting CB. Nearly had a pick-six vs. UL, but dropped it.
Game 1: Peterson played extensively, but did not record any statistics in the opener.
August 27: Peterson is #2 behind senior Brodrick Brown at one of the cornerback spots. Expect to see him rotate in during the opener.
August 15: Peterson has come on very strong since pads went on and could enter the opener as the third cornerback. Likely to have a special teams role as well. Will play.
|Ashton Lampkin, CB|
|The rundown: |
Game 8: Lampkin played on special teams.
Game 7: Lampkin recorded 3 solo tackles against TCU, including one on the opening kickoff.
Game 6: Lampkin played vs ISU but did not record any stats.
Game 5: Lampkin had one tackle at KU..
Game 4: Played versus Texas on special teams.
Games 2 & 3: DNP at Arizona. Logged one tackle vs UL.
Game 1: Lampkin saw extensive time at cornerback and also fielded two punts. Tied for the team lead with three tackles, and recorded the first interception of his career. Had 38 punt return yards and moved into the #2 PR spot on the official depth chart for Arizona.
August 27: Lampkin in fact made the two-deep. Our guess is he stays there.
August 15: Lampkin came out strong in fall camp. Peterson has probably passed him, but both could wind up in the two-deep. Lampkin's redshirt status could depend on the health of Devin Hedgepeth and Andrae May. If the vets are slow to return to form, Lampkin will play. Likely will play.
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