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Former Four-Star Signee Grayson Boomer Transferring to Tulsa

Boomer is officially on the move and headed closer to home.



The highest-rated signee of Oklahoma State’s 2019 recruiting class is returning to his old stomping grounds and transferring closer to home. On Sunday, former four-star prospect Grayson Boomer, the No. 6 tight end in the country last recruiting cycle, announced he will transfer to Tulsa.

Boomer previously had announced he intended to transfer away from OSU but his destination was unknown. The transfer links him up with his brother, Seth, a quarterback for TU who has played sparingly during his two years on campus. Seth signed with the Golden Hurricane in the 2017 recruiting class. Both are from Collinsville.

Losing Boomer to transfer wasn’t ideal (I was looking forward to screaming “Boomer for six!”) — but Boomer cited a need for a fresh start and got one here.

“Honestly, I just think there were multiple things that kind of went into this decision,” Boomer told the Tulsa World about the decision to transfer. “I just think that it’s best that I get a fresh start somewhere else.”

Boomer was the first commitment for OSU in the 2019 class and he held with it despite offers from Texas, LSU, Michigan and a handful of others. He was in the mix to potentially get playing time as a true freshman, but a torn ACL in the preseason set him back. He had surgery and should be at full health ahead of next season.

Due to NCAA transfer rules, Boomer will likely be required to sit out the 2020 season unless he’s able to get a waiver — which isn’t impossible because he’s moving closer to home.

Without Boomer, OSU still has Jelani Woods and Logan Carter on the roster at Cowboy back and has signed incoming freshman Quinton Stewart from Salina, Kansas.

Boomer was the highest-rated TE recruit to sign with OSU in the modern recruiting era and the 23rd-highest ranked recruit in program history.

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