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Report: Darrion Daniels to Transfer from OSU to Nebraska

Welp, say goodbye to Sugar Loaf.

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According to Robert Allen of GoPokes.com, senior defensive tackle Darrion Daniels is done at Oklahoma State and will transfer to Nebraska to play out his final year of eligibility. His younger brother Damion Daniels is currently a freshman D-lineman for the Cornhuskers.

Daniels has been sidelined since the Texas Tech game after he was injured during practice and required surgery on his finger. It was assumed that the former highly touted recruit would test NFL waters, but he seems intent on playing out his eligibility with his brother.

Daniels, who is eligible for a redshirt for what was supposed to be his senior season, recorded four total tackles, a tackle for loss and one sack in just four games during what ended up being final year at OSU.

The former four-star recruit out of Bishop Dunne High School in Dallas, Texas chose Oklahoma State over the likes of Oklahoma, Ohio State, Notre Dame and his apparent new home, Nebraska.

Daniels ends his career with 64 tackles, 2 sacks and 9.5 TFLs. He was the No. 20 defensive tackle in the 2015 class according to 247Sports.

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