Get to know Oklahoma State football's senior class who will be honored during Bedlam
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State has 29 seniors on its roster, and though not all of them will take part in pregame recognition, many of the seniors will be honored prior to Saturday’s game against Oklahoma, which kicks off at 6:30 p.m. at Boone Pickens Stadium.
Of the 29 seniors, 22 of them have the option to play one more year of college football, because of the NCAA rule granting an extra year of eligibility to players during the pandemic of 2020. Official decisions on returning players are expected in January.
Here’s a look at Oklahoma State’s 29 seniors:
Israel Antwine, DT, Oklahoma City: The Millwood product has been a three-year starter since transferring from Colorado after his freshman year. For his career, he has 78 tackles, 14 tackles for loss and six sacks.
Sione Asi, DT, Reno, Nevada: A junior-college transfer from Snow College in 2019, Asi has 19 tackles with 3.5 tackles for loss and one quarterback sack in his OSU career.
Jarrick Bernard-Converse, CB, Shreveport, Louisiana: Played his first two seasons at safety before moving to cornerback in 2020, and has started 44 consecutive games. Has 182 tackles and 20 pass breakups for his career.
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*LD Brown, RB, Dallas, Texas: The sixth-year senior has rushed for 1,102 career yards and nine touchdowns, despite playing in just three games this season because of injury. This year was highlighted by a 98-yard kickoff return touchdown against Tulsa.
Tanner Brown, K, Saugus, California: A transfer from UNLV who walked on this season, Brown earned the starting kicking job in the fifth game and is 10-of-12 on field goals while remaining perfect on 27 extra-point tries.
Ethan Bullock, QB, Orlando, Florida: A junior-college transfer from the City College of San Francisco, Bullock has played in four games the past two seasons as a backup.
*Logan Carter, TE, Henrietta, Texas: Recovered from July back surgery to rejoin the lineup after missing five games this year. Has 17 receptions for 129 yards and three touchdowns for his career.
Nathan Engles, OL, Pryor: A walk-on who has provided help on the scout team throughout his career.
Brendon Evers, DT, Bixby: Evers has been a mainstay on the defensive line throughout his career, compiling 37 tackles, five tackles for loss and three sacks.
Cale Fulsom, WR, Russellville, Arkansas: Walk-on who began his career as a quarterback at Arkansas Tech before transferring to OSU in 2019 and moving to receiver.
*Danny Godlevske, OL, Indianapolis: Graduate transfer from Miami of Ohio, Godlevske became an immediate starter at center for OSU.
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*Devin Harper, LB, Knoxville, Tennessee: A regularly used player who earned a starting job this season and has excelled. For his career, Harper has 183 tackles, 24.5 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks.
Kolby Harvell-Peel, S, College Station, Texas: A starter since he arrived on campus in 2018, Harvell-Peel has compiled 221 tackles, 22 pass breakups and 10 interceptions in his career.
Matt Hembrough, LS, Lisle, Illinois: Hembrough has served as the longsnapper for punts and placekicks the last three seasons without incident.
*Christian Holmes, CB, Leland, Mississippi: A graduate transfer from Missouri in 2020, Holmes has played every game since coming to OSU, starting all this season. He has 26 tackles, five pass breakups and an interception this year.
Vance Hooper, WR, McKinney, Texas: A walk-on who transferred from Southern Nazarene after the 2019 season.
Tyren Irby, DE, Lake Cormorant, Mississippi: A junior-college transfer from Northwestern Mississippi Community College in 2020, Irby’s OSU career has been hampered by injuries, but in 11 games, he has recorded nine tackles, five tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks.
Dezmon Jackson, RB, El Dorado, Arkansas: A junior-college transfer from Hutchinson (Kansas) Community College, Jackson has rushed for 655 yards in his OSU career with six touchdowns, including a 235-yard, three-TD performance against Texas Tech last year.
Braydon Johnson, WR, Arlington, Texas: Has 748 receiving yards and five touchdowns in his career. Suffered a season-ending injury this year after playing in only one game.
Ian Marshall, DT, Springfield, Missouri: A walk-on who transferred from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M in 2020.
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Adam Martin, LB, Stillwater: A walk-on who has been a scout-team contributor throughout his career.
Brock Martin, DE, Oologah: A starter throughout much of his career, Martin has compiled 95 tackles, 24 tackles for loss and nine sacks. He’s having his best season this year, with 32 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks.
*Tay Martin, WR, Houma, Louisiana: Transferred from Washington State in 2020 and has 69 passes for 914 yards with six touchdowns in two seasons at OSU.
Tanner McCalister, S, Rockwall, Texas: A regular contributor who earned a starting job in 2020, McCalister has totaled 116 tackles and 10 pass breakups in his career.
*Malcolm Rodriguez, LB, Wagoner: A starter in 45 straight games, beginning his career at safety before moving to linebacker in 2019, Rodriguez is fifth on OSU’s career tackle chart with 375 stops to go with 30.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks.
Josh Sills, OL, Sarahsville, Ohio: Transferred from West Virginia for the 2020 season and was selected as a first-team All-Big 12 lineman last year. He has started all but one game at OSU.
Tre Sterling, S, Sunnyvale, Texas: Sterling became a starter in 2019 and, despite an injury-hampered senior year, has compiled 155 tackles with 21.5 tackles for loss and three interceptions.
CJ Tate, WR, Oklahoma City: A Putnam City North product who transferred from Tabor College as a walk-on at OSU in 2019.
Jaylen Warren, RB, Salt Lake City, Utah: Graduate transfer from Utah State who emerged as OSU’s workhorse back in the third game of the season. Has 1,121 yards and 10 touchdowns this season.
*-Super-senior. Does not have any eligibility remaining after this year.
Scott Wright, Staff writer