Why the receiving corps gives OSU options and flexibility

Oklahoma State’s receiver position and rotation remains fluid.

In a good way.

Someone, and regularly someone different, keeps showing up as a potential breakout receiver.

Brandon Sheperd. Jhajuan Seales. David Glidden.

Thursday night, in OSU’s 45-35 win over Texas Tech, it was James Washington and Marcell Ateman. And, alas, Tyreek Hill.

Meanwhile, Chris Lacy, Austin Hays, Ra’Shaad Samples, Blake Webb and C.J. Curry await their turn, too. The tight end is even back en vogue, with Jeremy Seaton and Blake Jarwin providing big plays against the Red Raiders.

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