Big 12 Media Days 2014: Full list of athletes attending event


The Big 12 football media days are just a week away, and we’ll get a chance to see the coaches and select players from all 10 schools chat about the upcoming season in a two-day split.

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Iowa State’s turn will be on Tuesday, and they’ll open up the action with head coach Paul Rhoads, center Tom Farniok, defensive end Cory Morrissey, tight end E.J. Bibbs, and to throw in a little bit of a shocker, linebacker Jevohn Miller.

It’s a good story for Miller, when under a year ago defensive coordinator Wally Burnham didn’t believe he could keep up and his work ethic wasn’t anywhere near what it is today. After he was benched in the season opener, he was able to return to the field after Luke Knott suffered an injury and impressed.

Here’s the full list of athletes that will be attending, via the Big 12’s official athletic website. Obviously, participants subject to change.

"MondayBaylor: Quarterback Bryce Petty, wide receiver Antwan Goodley, linebacker Bryce Hager, defensive end Shawn Oakman.Kansas: Wide receiver Nick Harwell, linebacker Ben Heeney, tight end Jimmay Mundine, safety Cassius Sendish.Oklahoma State: Wide receiver Jhajuan Seales, corner back Kevin Peterson, linebacker Ryan Simmons.TCU: Safety Sam Carter, defensive tackle Chucky Hunter, center Joe Hunt, wide receiver David Porter.Texas Tech: Wide receiver Bradley Marquez, linebacker Sam Eguavoen, running back Kenny Williams.TuesdayIowa State: Offensive lineman Tom Farniok, defensive end Cory Morrissey, tight end E.J. Bibbs, linebacker Jevohn Miller.Kansas State: Wide receiver Tyler Lockett, quarterback Jake Waters, defensive end Ryan Mueller, linebacker Jonathan Truman, offensive lineman B.J. Finney.Oklahoma: Quarterback Trevor Knight, linebacker Geneo Grissom, defensive tackle Chuka Ndulue, defensive tackle Daryl Williams, safety Julian Wilson.Texas: Center Dominic Espinosa, running back Malcolm Brown, cornerback Quadre Diggs.West Virginia: Wide receiver Kevin White, corner back Daryl Worley, punter Nick O’Toole."