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Transfer Portal Tracker 2023: Who’s Coming and Who’s Going for Oklahoma State Football

Stay up to date with OSU in the transfer portal.



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Well, it’s officially #PortalSZN.

Oklahoma State’s first portal departure was announced while the Cowboys were still in the locker room at Jerry World following their Big 12 Championship loss when safety Lardarius Webb Jr., a junior college transfer from last offseason, announced his intention to leave. While Webb was the first, he won’t be the last. It’s just the world we live in.

Let’s keep track of who’s coming and who’s going when it comes to Cowboys in the Transfer Portal.


Player Position New School
Lardarius Webb Jr. Safety South Alabama
Ricky Lolohea Defensive Line Utah State
Gunnar Gundy Quarterback
Blaine Green Wide Receiver Stephen F. Austin
Jaden Bray Wide Receiver West Virginia
Nick Session Safety New Mexico State
Jaden Nixon Running Back
D.J. McKinney Cornerback Colorado
Viliami Makahununiu (walk on) Offensive Line Oklahoma Baptist
Jake Henry (walk on) Offensive Line Stephen F. Austin


Player Position Old School
Kobe Hylton Safety UTEP
Isaia Glass Offensive Line Arizona State
Tyler Foster Tight End Ohio
Obi Ezeigbo Defensive End Gannon
AJ Green Running Back Arkansas
Da’Wain Lofton Wide Receiver Virginia Tech

Reported Portal Offers

Player Position School Committed To
Easton Kilty Offensive Line North Dakota Kansas State
Kobe Hylton Defensive Back UTEP Oklahoma State
Devon Manuel Offensive Line Arkansas Florida
Syrus Webster Defensive Line Utah Tech Washington State
Reggie Grimes Defensive Line Oklahoma
Johncarlos Miller II Tight End Elon Texas Tech
Jaylin Lucas Wide Receiver Indiana Florida State
Devin Grant Safety Buffalo Syracuse
Makylan Pounders Offensive Line Memphis Mississippi State
Isaia Glass Offensive Line Arizona State Oklahoma State
Tyler Foster Tight End Ohio Oklahoma State
Anton Juncaj Defensive Line Albany Arkansas
Reginald Harden Jr. Wide Receiver Benedict Arkansas State
Marquise Robinson Cornerback South Alabama Arkansas
T.J. Jackson Defensive Line Troy West Virginia
Obi Ezeigbo Defensive Line Gannon Oklahoma State

Announced Returns

Player Position
Joe Michalski Offensive Line
Cole Birmingham Offensive Line
Dalton Cooper Offensive Line
Jake Springfield Offensive Line
Jason Brooks Jr. Offensive Line
Ollie Gordon Running Back
Brennan Presley Wide Receiver
Collin Clay
Defensive Tackle
Collin Oliver Linebacker
Jake Schultz Fullback
Alan Bowman Quarterback
Xavier Ross Defensive End
Kendal Daniels Safety
Trey Rucker Safety

High School Signing Class

Name Position
Jaden Allen-Hendrix Running Back
Luke Webb Defensive Line
Landyn Cleveland Safety
Caleb Hackleman Offensive Line
Chauncey Johnson Offensive Line
Armstrong Nnodim Defensive Line
Gunnar Wilson Linebacker
Tre Griffiths Wide Receiver
Rodney Fields Jr. Running Back
David Kabongo Defensive Back
LaDainian Fields Defensive Back
Josh Ford Tight End
Jonathan Agumadu Linebacker
Willie Nelson Defensive Back
Nuku Mafi Offensive Line
Temerrick Johnson Linebacker
Maealiuaki Smith Quarterback
Jacobi Oliphant Jr. Defensive Back


Webb: Lardarius Webb exits the program after playing four games in an OSU uniform, maintaining his redshirt. He joined the Cowboys on their Guaranteed Rate Bowl trip last season after two all-conference seasons at Jones College. Out of Jones, he also had offers to Mississippi State, Washington State, Virginia Tech, Kansas and others.

Lolohea: Ricky Lolohea hasn’t been with the program all season. He was joined the Cowboys as part of the 2023 recruiting class as a three-star recruit out of Trinity High School (the same high school OSU plucked Ollie Gordon from). Coming out of high school, Lolohea also had offers to Texas Tech, SMU, North Texas, San Diego State and Louisiana Monroe.

Gundy: From an on-field aspect, it makes sense that Gunnar Gundy entered the transfer portal, but given that he is Mike Gundy’s son, it was a bit of a surprise. Gunnar walked on at Oklahoma State out of Stillwater High School, turning down scholarship offers to Toledo and Eastern Michigan.

Green: Blaine Green enters the portal a year after his twin brother transferred from OSU to Wisconsin. Green caught 13 passes for 102 yards this season. He was a four-star recruit out of Allen High School (TX) who had offers to Ole Miss, Washington, Baylor, Auburn, Texas Tech and others.

Cooper (Returning): The native Oklahoman spent his first three years at Texas State before transferring to OSU and then becoming its highest-rated OL this season. Cooper is the third starter on Ollie’s OL to announce his return as we patiently await an announcement from the Doak Walker winner.

Bray: Jaden Bray is the portal entrant that hurts the Cowboys the most thus far. He caught 30 passes for 382 yards and two touchdowns in 2023. He has size at 6-foot-2, and he can be electric with the ball in his hands. Coming out of Norman High, Bray had offers to Arkansas, Baylor, Kansas State, SMU and others.

Session: Session enters the portal after four seasons in Stillwater. Primarily playing special teams, Sessions has accounted for eight tackles as a Cowboy. He had an interception against Kansas in 2021 that he returned 27 yards. Session and Webb make two OSU safeties in the portal.

Hylton (Coming): Kobe Hylton became OSU’s first commitment out of the portal. A 6-foot, 200-pound safety transfer from UTEP, Hylton recorded 146 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, 0.5 sacks, seven pass breakups, a forced fumble and four fumble recoveries in the past two seasons with the Miners.

Glass (Coming): Shortly after Hylton announced his commitment to OSU, Arizona State transfer offensive lineman Isaia Glass did the same. Glass played in only three games with the Sun Devils in 2023 because of injury, but he was able to redshirt and should have two seasons of eligibility in Stillwater. He started every game at tackle for Arizona State in 2022.

McKinney: D.J. McKinney becomes one of the Cowboys’ more significant losses of this portal cycle, which is still night and day from last season. McKinney was targeted 49 times as a redshirt freshman where he gave up just 22 catches.

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