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Oklahoma State Leads Big 12 in All-Conference Honors

The Big 12 announced it's All-Conference honors. The Oklahoma State Cowboys lead the conference with 11 players making the 1st and 2nd teams.

Brandon Wade

Cowboys Receiving All-Big 12 Honors


Parker is the only Cowboy that made the 1st Team All-Big 12 on offense. Since becoming a starter in 2011 the Senior has been dominant in the trenches, and a big part of OSU's prolific offense. Parker started 5 games at Left Tackle, and 7 games at Right Guard. The Webb City, MO native is a leader on and off the field, twice receiving Academic All-Big 12 honors.


Calvin is one of three Oklahoma State players that made the 1st Team All-Big 12 on defense. This is the second year in a row for him to receive the honor. After transferring to OSU, Calvin also took home the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year in 2012. As a Senior, Calvin has recorded 26 tackles, 4 tackles for a loss, 2 sacks, 5 QB hurries, and a forced fumble. Glenn Spencer will have his work cut out for him replacing the early round NFL Draft prospect.


Shaun has been a force to be reckoned with all season, and it comes as no surprise he is receiving 1st Team All-Big 12 honors. The Senior's stat sheet is outstanding. He has chalked up 52 solo tackles, 8 tackles for a loss, 2 forced fumbles, and 3 picks this season. The Cowboys have the 14th ranked scoring defense, and Shaun is a big reason why.


Justin has been back with the vengeance in 2013 earning a spot on the 1st Team defense. He put receivers on Gilbert island all year with 6 interceptions, two returned for a TD, 7 passes broken up, and 40 tackles. His dominate play even spawned the hashtag #Gilbertized. Don't know what that means? Just ask Mack Brown.

Mack Brown getting Gilbertized


After early season QB controversy, Clint Chelf put together one of the best late season performances in Oklahoma State history, earning himself a spot on the All-Big 12 2nd Team. In the regular season Choo Choo Chelf racked up 1,792 yard passing, 321 yards rushing, and 21 total touchdowns, while only starting 7 games. His best games came against some of OSU's toughest competition. Clint displayed getting away from the cops speed with a 67 yard TD run against Texas Tech, and blistered Baylor by completing 19 of 25 passes for 370 yards, and 3 TD's.


Baylor is still suffering from nightmares about the Guthrie Gasher. Kye Staley bruised and battered the Bears defensive averaging 3.57 yards per carry and two TD's on his way to the All-Big 12 2nd team. This is Kye's second time to receive the honor.


Stewart received two All-Big 12 honors, because he is just that good! As a Wide Receiver Stewart is difficult to match-up with and is leading the team with 52 catches for 623 yards and 2 TD's. As a returner Stewart has been lethal. He is averaging 24 return yards per kick, 18.2 yards per punt, and 2 TD's. Including his 95 yard return against TCU setting a Big 12 record.


Tyler has been a one man wrecking crew all season with 47 tackles, and leads the team with 3.5 sacks. His highlight of the season came against Iowa State when the Senior from Haskell, OK returned a fumble recovery 54 yards for a touchdown.


The Defensive Player of the Year candidate received 2nd Team All-Big 12 honors. Caleb has been outstanding from the start this year, earning the Big-12 Defensive Player of the Week against Mississippi State. The Senior made it a habit to come up with big plays at key points in a game. Lavey recorded 4 interceptions, and 3 forced fumbles, and has a knack for disrupting plays with 12.5 tackles for a loss. He was instrumental in a season where defense carried the team during offensive struggle, and led the team with 87 tackles. Caleb has also been a leader in the classroom and received Capitol One 2nd Team Academic All-American honors.


Daytawion is Oklahoma State's second leading tackler with 80 stops, and earned a spot on the All-Big 12 2nd team. He has 3 picks on the season, a forced fumble and 2 fumble recoveries. Lowe was paramount in the Baylor victory, and received Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week for his performance. In fact, he was clutch all year with his three best games coming against Texas Tech, Baylor, and OU.

Check out the complete list of Big 12 honors below.
Offensive Player of the Year
Bryce Petty, Baylor, QB, Jr.
Defensive Player(s) of the Year
Jason Verrett, TCU, DB, Sr.
Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas, DE, Sr.
Offensive Newcomer of the Year
Charles Sims, West Virginia, RB, Sr.
Offensive Lineman of the Year
Cyril Richardson, Baylor, Sr.
Defensive Newcomer of the Year
Isaiah Johnson, Kansas, DB, So.
Defensive Lineman of the Year
Ryan Mueller, Kansas State, DE, Jr.
Offensive Freshman of the Year
Baker Mayfield, Texas Tech, QB
Special Teams Players of the Year
Tyler Lockett, Kansas State, PR/KR, Jr.
Defensive Freshman of the Year
Dominique Alexander, Oklahoma, LB
Chuck Neinas Coach of the Year
Art Briles, Baylor, 6th Season
Pos. Player School Class
QB Bryce Petty Baylor Jr.
RB Lache Seastrunk Baylor Jr.
RB Charles Sims West Virginia Sr.
FB Trey Millard Oklahoma Sr.
WR Antwan Goodley Baylor Jr.
WR Tevin Reese Baylor Sr.
WR Tyler Lockett K-State Jr.
TE Jace Amaro Texas Tech Jr.
OL Spencer Drango Baylor So.
OL Cyril Richardson Baylor Sr.
OL B.J. Finney K-State Sr.
OL Gabe Ikard Oklahoma Sr.
OL Parker Graham Oklahoma State Sr.
PK Anthony Fera Texas Sr.
KR/PR Tyler Lockett K-State Jr.
Pos. Player School Class
DL Chris McAllister Baylor Sr.
DL Ryan Mueller K-State Jr.
DL Charles Tapper Oklahoma So.
DL Calvin Barnett Oklahoma State Sr.
DL Jackson Jeffcoat Texas Sr.
LB Eddie Lackey Baylor Sr.
LB Jeremiah George Iowa State Sr.
LB Shaun Lewis Oklahoma State Sr.
DB Ahmad Dixon Baylor Sr.
DB Ty Zimmerman K-State Sr.
DB Aaron Colvin Oklahoma Sr.
DB Justin Gilbert Oklahoma State Sr.
DB Jason Verrett TCU Sr.
P Spencer Roth Baylor Jr.
Pos. Player School Class
QB Clint Chelf Oklahoma State Sr.
RB James Sims Kansas Sr.
RB Malcolm Brown Texas Jr.
FB Kye Staley Oklahoma State Sr.
WR Jalen Saunders Oklahoma Sr.
WR Josh Stewart Oklahoma State Jr.
WR Jaxon Shipley Texas Jr.
TE EJ Bibbs Iowa State Jr.
OL Cody Whitehair K-State Jr.
OL Daryl Williams Oklahoma Jr.
OL Donald Hawkins Texas Sr.
OL Trey Hopkins Texas Sr.
OL Le'Raven Clark Texas Tech So.
PK Michael Hunnicutt Oklahoma Jr.
KR/PR Josh Stewart Oklahoma State Jr.
Pos. Player School Class
DL Tyler Johnson Oklahoma State Sr.
DL Chucky Hunter TCU Jr.
DL Cedric Reed Texas Jr.
DL Kerry Hyder Texas Tech Sr.
DL Will Clarke West Virginia Sr.
LB Ben Heeney Kansas Jr.
LB Eric Striker Oklahoma So.
LB Caleb Lavey Oklahoma State Sr.
DB Jacques Washington Iowa State Sr.
DB Daytawion Lowe Oklahoma State Sr.
DB Sam Carter TCU Jr.
DB Carrington Byndom Texas Sr.
DB Darwin Cook West Virginia Sr.
P Kirby Van Der Kamp Iowa State Sr.
P Nick O'Toole West Virginia So.