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Washington State Transfer Wide Receiver De’Zhaun Stribling Commits to Oklahoma State

Stribling had 1,073 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns the past two seasons.

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After the portal opened last Monday, players were on mass exodus from programs around the country, but Monday is shaping up to be a big day on the opposite end of the spectrum for Oklahoma State.

About 30 minutes after running back transfer Sean Tyler announced his commitment to the Cowboys, Washington State wide receiver De’Zhaun Stribling did the same after visiting alongside Tyler this weekend.

At 6-3, 204 pounds, Stribling caught 51 passes for 602 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore for Washington State this past season. He also caught five touchdowns as a freshman in 2021.

Out of Kapolei, Hawaii (on Oahu), Stribling was a three-star prospect in the 2021 class and chose an offer to Washington State over offers from Hawaii, Wake Forest and San Diego State. He was an All-State selection as a high school senior, catching 64 passes for 872 yards and nine touchdowns.

Stribling also had an offer to Utah after entering the portal.

Stribling is set to join a wide receiver room that includes Bryson Green, Jaden Bray, Brennan Presley, John Paul Richardson, Talyn Shettron and Stephon Johnson. Texas high school standout Camron Heard is the only preps receiver in OSU’s 2023 class. With his big frame, Stribling should compete for reps in the spot Braydon Johnson leaves vacant after this season. It’s a nice replacement for the outgoing Langston Anderson, who entered the transfer portal last week.

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