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Oklahoma State Officially Announces Recent Transfer Additions

OSU’s transfers are made official.



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As part of the Signing Day festivities, Oklahoma State is set to officially announce recent transfer pickups.

The Cowboys announced six of their transfer additions in late December, but there are still a handful more the program hasn’t made official posts on yet. Here is a look at that group as the announcements roll in.

Arland Bruce IV

Olathe, Kansas / WR / 5-10, 200 / Iowa

A four-star prospect in the 2021 recruiting class, Arland Bruce IV was the No. 324 prospect in the nation just a few years ago. In two seasons with the Hawkeyes, Bruce caught 44 passes for 396 yards and two scores. A dynamic playmaker, he has also ran for 116 yards and four touchdowns in his career.

Alan Bowman

Grapevine, Texas / QB / 6-4, 205 / Michigan

Oklahoma State fans should be familiar with their new quarterback Alan Bowman. In two trips to Boone Pickens Stadium with Texas Tech, Bowman threw for 781 yards and five touchdowns. After spending three seasons in Lubbock, Bowman transferred to Michigan ahead of the 2021 season. He played sparingly in two seasons with the Wolverines. He completed eight of his 11 pass attempts for 69 yards and a touchdown. For his career, Bowman has completed 67% of his passes for 5,329 yards, 34 touchdowns and 18 interceptions.

Justin Kirkland

Roy, Utah / DT / 6-4, 330 / Utah Tech

After going on a religious mission out of high school, Justin Kirkland recorded 40 tackles, six tackles for loss, two sacks and a fumble recovery in his freshman season at Utah Tech. He chose a transfer offer to Oklahoma State over offers to fellow Big 12 schools Kansas State and Cincinnati.

Elijah Collins

Detroit, Michigan / RB / 6-0, 220 / Michigan State

Collins burst onto the scene as a redshirt freshman in 2019 for the Spartans, running for 988 yards and five touchdowns. In his Michigan State career (2018-22), Collins ran for 1,506 yards and 11 touchdowns on 4.3 yards per carry. He has eclipsed the century mark in four games with the Spartans, including an electric 192-yard performance (on only 17 carries) against Western Michigan in that 2019 season.

Ian Edenfield

Uniontown, Pennsylvania / TE / 6-5, 60 / California (Pa.)

In 28 games at California (Pa.), Ian Edenfield caught 25 passes for 198 yards and a score. Before college, Edenfield was also wrestler at Laurel Highlands High School in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, where he was a state runner-up in 2017 before placing fifth in 2018.

Leon Johnson III

Bothell, Washington / WR / 6-5, 207 / George Fox

One of the most intriguing players in Oklahoma State’s transfer haul, Leon Johnson tore it up at DIII George Fox. In 2022 alone, Johnson caught 55 passes for 1,156 yards and 14 touchdowns. In his three-year career with the Bruins, Johnson had 2,146 receiving yards and 23 touchdowns. Johnson was also on the George Fox baseball team. In 2021, he hit .289 with two home runs and nine RBIs. He chose OSU over transfer offers from San Diego State and Arizona.

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