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Australian Offensive Tackle Jordan Moko Announces Oklahoma State Offer

A 300-pound Australian who can dunk got an offer to play football.



There has been a wave of Australian athletes coming over to play college football, but most of those guys are punters or kickers, not offensive tackles.

Jordan Moko, a former rugby player, announced an Oklahoma State offer this weekend. Moko is a 6-foot-5, 300-pound offensive tackle who will play at Snow College next season after spending time with the Brisbane Rhinos in Australia.

Here is a quick breakdown of the big Australian.

Others Involved

Moko has enticed more than a handful of Power Five programs, as OSU joins Cal, Arizona State, Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas State, Oregon, Oregon State, Rutgers, TCU, Utah and Washington State to have offered him.

In the Rankings

247Sports lists Moko as the No. 12 junior college player in the 2021 class and the top JUCO tackle. He is a three-star prospect.

Loose Ties

If Moko came to Stillwater, he wouldn’t be the first to do so from Snow College in Utah or the first Australian.

OSU defensive tackle Sione Asi came to OSU from Snow before last season. OSU has also proven to be an Australian-friendly program with punter Tom Hutton an kicker Alex Hale, though neither are from the Brisbane area.


There aren’t a lot of 6-5, 300-pound humans walking this earth. There is an even smaller number of 6-5, 300-pound humans who can dunk.

OSU at the Position

The Cowboys don’t have any offensive line pledges for the 2021 class yet. The OSU staff has put out 25 offers to O-linemen, 18 of those being to prospects listed as tackles.

OSU is entering 2020 with its two starting tackles (Teven Jenkins and Dylan Galloway) being redshirt seniors. The Cowboys have put together a solid young core of linemen in the past few classes, but it is a little concerning OSU hasn’t yet added to that in 2021 yet.

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