Posted December 05, 2012 on recruiting.scout.com
In Quinn Sharp's final season with the Oklahoma State Cowboys, Mike Gundy and Co. have been searching near and far for the right replacement. They found it in Arlington (Tx) Martin kicker/punter Ben Grogan, who pulled the trigger with the Pokes Monday night. Ranked one of the nation's top legs, will he be the next Sharp, or better? Answer for yourself inside.
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