After a two-year quarterback derby between Clint Chelf and J.W. Walsh, Oklahoma State’s football team might be in for another quarterback derby.
Cowboy junior J.W. Walsh has the most playing experience of the quarterbacks on campus this spring.
Walsh has started eight times and played in 18 different games for the Cowboys.
The Denton, Texas native has thrown for 22 touchdowns and ran for another 10 during his first two season in Stillwater.
Freshman Mason Rudolph will likely be Walsh’s greatest challenger for the starting quarterback spot.
Rudolph is already enrolled at OSU after leading his South Carolina high school to a state championship last fall.
The 6’4″ 217 pound signal caller was highly touted coming out of high school, ESPN ranked him as the eighth best pro-style quarterback in the country.
OSU head coach Mike Gundy says there is still lots of work to do at the quarterback position and that he’s looking for leadership, competitiveness and toughness from the position.
Here’s Gundy discussing his quarterbacks: