Oklahoma Sooners’ Kevin Dorsey: ‘I think I could’ve been the first-team All-American’

Oklahoma quarterback Kevin Dorse has emerged as a frontrunner to replace the departing Baker Mayfield at the University of Oklahoma, sources told 247Sports.

Dorsey is considered one of the most experienced quarterbacks in the 2017 class, with his experience playing for the Sooners and Oklahoma State helping him land on the radar of Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops.

Dorse was named to the Associated Press’ All-America team last season, and his experience and ability to make the jump to the NFL have made him a favorite to replace Mayfield.

Dorselse’s impressive resume also includes playing in the NFL and a stint as the offensive coordinator at the Denver Broncos.

Dorssen has a proven track record of success at the collegiate level, with him earning All-Big 12 accolades as a senior and a semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy as the Big 12 Conference’s top quarterback.

Dorreese’s commitment to Oklahoma State has been a big factor in the program’s success in recent years.

He is the son of former NFL player Mike Dorsey, who led the Cowboys to a national championship in 2012.

Dorsden is one of four players from Oklahoma State on the 2017 All-Freshman team.

Dorressey was a standout in 2017 with 996 total passing yards, 5 touchdowns and six interceptions while completing 61.5 percent of his passes.

Dorsoes junior season was cut short by an injury early in the season.

Dorryse was a two-time All-Tournament selection, as well as a two time Big 12 Player of the Year, and a three-time conference player of the year.

Dorries commitment to the Sooner program also helped solidify the program in the eyes of the Big Ten Conference.

Oklahoma State currently has a winning record this season. 

#okstate’s Kevin Dorrees pledges to Oklahoma Sooner football program: ‘The school has done an unbelievable job of preparing me for life after football.’

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