Mason Rudolph joined NFL Network’s “Path to the Draft” to discuss his Oklahoma State career and his NFL Draft preparations.
The decorated Oklahoma State quarterback was asked what he’s most proud from his time in Stillwater.
Sure, he shattered a few passing records. But Rudolph is most proud of his team’s three-consecutive 10-win seasons, which had never been before he arrived.
“I think statistical stuff is cool, but we were able to win 10 games three years in a row,” Rudolph said in his “Path to the Draft” interview. “That’s something that’s never been done here at Oklahoma State. I think I kinda take the most pride in that.
“I had a lot of good teammates, a lot of receivers I enjoyed playing with on a week-to-week basis. Just a great overall experience at Oklahoma State. I think it’s a great place to go to school and obviously play some football too.”
It will be tough to top Rudolph’s accomplishments at Oklahoma State. The Cowboys have plenty of momentum, however, heading into 2018 with their Camping World Bowl win and a few promising prospects to replace Rudolph as the team’s starting quarterback.
For the full video of Rudolph’s interview, go here.
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