The Oklahoma State spring game depth charts have been released and the Cowboys are putting a new spin on the game. The Orange team is loaded with the team's veterans, while the Black team features the incoming freshmen and JUCOs looking to make a name for themselves. The Orange Offense is of course led by senior quarterback Ian Baldwin, who looks to stave off incoming five star Cutler Barker who is making his debut at the helm of the Black Offense. The dueling rushing attacks will be a dramatic battle to watch as Barack Holmes returns, looking to reclaim his starting position from JUCO Amral Brown, who put off joining the NFL to return as the best runningback in Big XII History*. The deadliest receiving duo in the nation of Barfield & Bridges looks to continue their high speed attack with the Orange team, while bluechip receiver David Wagner on the Black team hopes to carve out his own legacy alongside a beefy incoming offensive line with 4.5 star center Max Galvin and 4.5 star guard Bart Elder. Junior free safety and member of the country's distinguished royalty of the best players in the secondary Prince Pruitt leads the Orange defense, backing up veteran corners Sebastian Byrd and Mario Heard. They hope to fight off a trio of 4 star recruits - free safety Quinn Stout, and strong safeties Daniel Brunson and Sawyer Sharp. The team's remaining defensive positional battles are rounded out with Orange team's DT Amir Pryor, OLB Brian Suarez, and ILB Amari Bradford fighting off 4.5 star JUCO DT Cael Bruce, 4 star DT Donovan Ellis, five star OLB Jurrell Jordan, 4.5 star OLB Smokey Wright, 4.5 star ILB Lukas Snow, and 4 star JUCO ILB Thomas Koenig. With all of these positions up in the air, there's bound to be drama and the players will be giving it their all, so be sure to tune in.
* - There's no caveat. Solomon sucks.