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Jordan Brailford to Play in Bowl Game Then Enter NFL Draft

The Cowboys’ sack leader will play in the Liberty Bowl before pursuing an NFL career.

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Mike Gundy’s returning depth for 2019 took another huge hit on Monday, as fifth-year junior defensive end Jordan Brailford announced his declaration for next year’s NFL Draft.

Unlike, Justice Hill, who made a similar announcement earlier Monday, and Larry Williams, Brailford will take part in Oklahoma State’s Liberty Bowl against Missouri on Dec. 31.

Brailford earned All-Big 12 first team honors currently sitting at second in the league with 9.0 sacks. He is T-3rd in the Big 12 with 16.0 tackles for loss.

Brailford redshirted in 2014 and then received a medical hardship waiver in 2016 after he suffered a stress fracture in his right leg during fall camp. His 9 sacks this season has him currently tied for ninth-most in a single year at Oklahoma State. At 15.0 career sacks, he is 1.5 behind the No. 10 spot in OSU history.

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