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Ohio Tight End Transfer Tyler Foster Commits to Oklahoma State

The Cowboys land a big tight end commit from the MAC.

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TRANSFER PORTAL TRACKER

The revival of Oklahoma State’s tight end position will continue with a transfer from the MAC.

Ohio’s Tyler Foster announced Thursday that he committed to the Cowboys after a visit. Listed at 6-foot-7, 249 pounds, Foster had 33 receptions for 396 yards and four touchdowns over the past two seasons for the Bobcats. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Foster fills the void left by UMass transfer Josiah Johnson, who exhausted his eligibility this past season. With OSU splitting the Cowboy Back back into a tight end and fullback, Johnson caught 22 passes for 166 yards and a touchdown in his one season with the Pokes.

Foster had 211 receiving yards on 20 catches this past season as Ohio went 10-3. He caught 13 passes for 185 yards and four touchdowns in 2022. He also scored the Bobcats’ game-winner in overtime of last season’s Barstool Bowl.

A three-star recruit in the 2019 recruiting class, Foster had a host of offers from the MAC being from Pickerington, Ohio. He finished his high school career with 62 receptions for 825 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Foster became the third player Oklahoma State nabbed out of the transfer portal this cycle, joining safety Kobe Hylton (UTEP) and offensive lineman Isaia Glass (Arizona State). Foster joins a tight end room that is set to return, as of writing, Quinton Stewart, Tabry Shettron and Bryce Drummond. OSU also signed Stillwater High standout Josh Ford in December.

Foster’s commitment adds to a busy Thursday night of announcements for the Pokes, as quarterback Alan Bowman and defensive end Xavier Ross each announced their returns.

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