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UNLV Offensive Line Transfer Noah McKinney Commits to Oklahoma State

McKinney is the second transfer to commit to OSU on Sunday.



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The Cowboys have scored a brace in the transfer portal on this World Cup final Sunday.

After Arkansas State transfer corner Kenneth Harris committed to Oklahoma State earlier in the day, UNLV transfer offensive lineman Noah McKinney also announced his pledge to the Pokes. Listed at 6-foot-5, 310 pounds, McKinney just finished his first season in Vegas, where he redshirted, meaning the former three-star prospect still has four years of eligibility remaining.

Out of Coronado High School in Las Vegas, McKinney picked UNLV (and former OSU running backs coach Marcus Arroyo) over offers from Syracuse, New Mexico and Texas Southern. He also spent time in high school in Lewisville, Texas before moving out west.

McKinney becomes the seventh player OSU has taken out of the portal (eighth if you count JUCO DB Lardarius Webb Jr.). He comes at a position of need, as well. The Cowboys’ offensive line depth has been tested a lot over the past few years, leading to OSU being ninth in the Big 12 in rushing and eighth in sacks allowed in 2022.

McKinney joins Texas State transfer Dalton Cooper as offensive linemen OSU have pulled out of the portal. The Cowboys also have three high school offensive linemen committed in Jack Endean (Tucson, Arizona), Gage Stanaland (Tuscola, Texas) and JaKobe Sanders (Stillwater).

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