Stewart, Barnett, Gilbert lead Orange; Lowe and Lewis headline the White.
Comments from Mike Gundy and others.
A list of honors and awards secured by OSU football players in 2012.
Freshman receiver went from unheralded high school prospect to Big 12 starter.
Pokes have won four of six bowls under Mike Gundy.
Highlights from the 2012 Oklahoma State football spring game.
No. 19 Oklahoma State vs. Iowa State - UTSI
Oklahoma State takes on TCU
Oklahoma State vs. Lamar - USATSI Gallery
Oklahoma State held its 2013 Spring Finale Saturday, April 20 inside Boone Pickens Stadium.
Heart of Dallas Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Purdue - AP Photos
A big target at receiver with good speed ... Special teams contributor as well ...First-team Academic All-Big 12 selection in 2012 and 2013.
2013 (Senior): Started 12 games in and played significantly in every game ... Ranked second on the team in touchdown catches with five ... Fourth on the squad in receptions (35) and receiving yards (468) ... Averaged 36.0 receiving yards per game and 13.4 yards per catch ... Had at least one reception in every game ... Had a season-best 83 receiving yards in OSU's win at Texas ... His longest catch of the season came on a 33-yard touchdown at UTSA ... Had the go-ahead score in the corner of the endzone with less than two minutes left in OSU's 33-29 win over Kansas State ... Also scored against Iowa State, Texas and Baylor .. Hit his season high number of catches against the Longhorns with six ... Had a 30-yard catch against TCU and totaled 10 receptions of at least 20 yards during the regular season.
2012 (Junior): Became a big-play specialist and was a target of all three OSU quarterbacks ... His 35 catches ranked second on the team as did his six TD catches ... Averaged a healthy 15.5 yards per catch ... Became the first player in OSU history with catches of at least 72 yards in two straight games when he scored on a pass play of 72 yards against Kansas and 74 yards the next week against Iowa State ... Had a touchdown catch in five straight games (Kansas, Iowa State, TCU, Kansas State and West Virginia) ... Caught at least one TD pass from each of the three quarterbacks who made a start in 2012 ... Against Iowa State he had 129 receiving yards on eight catches ... Set a career high with 135 receiving yards on seven catches at Kansas State ... Had five catches for 97 yards at Kansas ... Caught two passes for 54 yards against Texas and two for 19 yards at Baylor ... Had four catches for 42 yards against Purdue ... Bowl total included a 28-yard catch as well as a four-yard TD grab ... Was the primary punt returner for OSU all season ... Had a season-long 27-yard return at Kansas.
2011 (Sophomore): Played in every game ... Caught three passes covering 56 yards ... Had a 23-yard reception in the opener vs. Louisiana ... Caught a 13-yard pass vs. Kansas and an 11-yarder at Texas Tech ... Credited with six tackles on special teams.
2010 (Freshman): Played in 12 games and caught four passes covering 58 yards ... Caught a 6-yard pass against Washington State ... Had two receptions covering 42 yards, including a 27-yard TD pass from Clint Chelf, against Tulsa ... Had a 10-yard reception at Kansas.
High School: A versatile athlete ... Rushed for 1,150 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior to go with 1,950 passing yards with 20 touchdowns ... Had 77 tackles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries on the defensive side ... As a junior, he was credited with 746 rushing yards with 15 TDs and 1,252 passing yards and eight scores ... Signed under the category of "athlete"...Rated by Scout.com as the No. 154 quarterback prospect in the country ... Participated in track and basketball as well as football ... A state qualifier in the triple jump ... An all-state outfielder in baseball ... A member of National Honor Society.
Personal: Born July 27, 1990, in Tyler ... Son of Scott and Anita Moore ... Has a brother, Chance, who is a student at Texas ... General business major.