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Tay Martin Announces He Is Eligible for 2020 Season

Martin is eligible.



[Photo via Bruce Waterfield, Oklahoma State Athletics]

Wide receiver is the deepest position group the Cowboys have, and just eight days before the start of the 2020 season, that group got deeper.

Washington State transfer Tay Martin share a video on his Twitter account Friday afternoon with the title “E L I G I B L E.”

Martin’s transition from Pullman to Stillwater was a quick one. He committed to Oklahoma State out of the transfer portal Aug. 22. He has since made it to campus, and now he is eligible to play against Tulsa on Sept. 12.

A 6-foot-3, 186-pound receiver originally out of Houma, Louisiana, Martin is a veteran of 36 games across the past three seasons. In his time with the Cougars, Martin caught 143 passes for 1,615 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Martin wasn’t all that heralded a recruit. He was the No. 1,902 player in the 2017 recruiting class and chose Washington State over offers from Tulane, East Carolina, McNeese and others. But he made an instant impact with the Cougars, catching 31 balls for 366 yards and six touchdowns as a true freshman.

Martin transferred away from Pullman after the Pac-12 announced its plan to postpone the football season to the spring. Part of his reasoning in picking OSU was to move closer to his daughter in Louisiana.

The Cowboys are stacked at receiver with Tylan Wallace, Braydon Johnson, Dillon Stoner, Dee Anderson, Langston Anderson, Landon Wolf and Brennan Presley filling out the depth chart. It will be interesting to see where Martin fills in among that group.

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