Oklahoma State's young secondary will face the ultimate test when the Cowboys open Saturday against No. 1 Florida State.
The Seminoles feature returning Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston and a receiving corps with plenty of talent.
The Seminoles lost receiver Kelvin Benjamin in the first round of the draft, but they still have Rashad Greene. Benjamin led Florida State in touchdowns last season, but Greene had the most catches and yards. He returns for his senior year on the cusp of breaking numerous school records.
Oklahoma State will counter with junior cornerbacks Kevin Peterson and Ashton Lampkin and safeties Jordan Sterns and Larry Stephens, a senior who missed most of last season with a leg injury. Only Peterson is a returning starter.