Last season, the OFC took the bold step of raising its age limit from U23 to U25. That put some teenaged players at a disadvantage, competing against those who are well into adulthood - both at tryouts and then games. For Sooners' defensive lineman Carter Wilson, it wasn't a problem. Not only did Wilson overcome the age difference (he turned 17 the week before the 2014 season began), he was a beast. Wilson was the 2014 OFC Defensive Lineman of the year, helping the Sooners to a 7-1 regular season record and first place in the OFC.