Before we begin, I'd like to say there are quite a few offensive players that might become breakout candidates. That's what happens when you have so many young and talented skill position players.
In fact, I would not be surprised to see someone like Rennie Childs or Austin Hays be the best player at their position this fall.
With that said, I'm giving this first spot to Brandon Sheperd.
He's an incredibly driven and motivated young man who lives and breathes football. He possesses the talent of a former top-10 recruit at his position. Oh, and he might have the biggest hands in football.
This could be the season Sheperd finally puts it all together. That isn't to say he's going to be the best player on Oklahoma State's team, but I think he forms a dynamic outside combo with another player on this list, giving the Pokes a lethal one-two punch outside the numbers.
Look for Sheperd to be an incredible red-zone weapon with the ability to stretch the defense whenever his number is called.