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August 8, 2013
Every August, one of the first things we look to do in the ever-dwindling open portions of Oklahoma State fall camp practices is to take photos of all of the newcomers we can. With a variety of seniors ranging from their fourth year at OSU to their sixth (!), we decided it was time to take a look back and see how much guys have changed.
In some cases, the "Body by (Rob) Glass" transformation is very apparent. Others are more subtle. Check out Part 1 if you missed it yesterday.
5th-year senior QB Clint Chelf
Before finding both photos, we didn't expect to see a lot of difference in then and now with OSU's possible starting QB for 2013. That held pretty true, though Chelf understandably looks a little older in the face. Not a big makeover in his build, but that's often the case with QB's.
4th-year senior FS Daytawion Lowe
Lowe's "then" picture shows part of the reason he was able to contribute immediately as a true freshman - he looked the part of a college safety even then. Today, he has added muscle while maintaining the leanness he had back then.
5th-year senior WR Charlie Moore
Kind of the same story as Chelf, though Moore has added some muscle and leaned-out since being a baby-faced true freshman. Also, the farmer's tan went away.
4th-year senior DT Davidell Collins
Collins arrived in Stillwater as an undersized interior defensive lineman that was pressed into duty. At 255 pounds, he performed admirably as a true freshman. Entering his senior year, Collins is still slightly undersized at 275 pounds. The 20-pound difference is noticeable, however.
4th-year senior DE Tyler Johnson
Perhaps the biggest surprise in this group. Given that Johnson was a physically-mature (24 years old), pro athlete (baseball), we didn't expect to see much - if any - change in his two pictures. While the difference isn't major, it is clear. Johnson added muscle and got leaner after rejuvenating his football career.
4th-year senior LB Caleb Lavey
Not a big difference here, and that's what we expected. He arrived at OSU around 225 pounds and is at 235 now. A solid 10-pound gain, but not one that's especially evident.
5th-year senior OL Brandon Webb
Webb was 320 pounds when he started his career at OSU. He's now listed at 326. The difference that is evident here is that the net change - fat loss and muscle gain - is greater than the six-pound difference on the scale.
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