OSU football: Offensive lineman Bryce Bray enters transfer portal
STILLWATER — For the second time in as many days, an Oklahoma State offensive lineman has entered the transfer portal.
Redshirt sophomore Bryce Bray announced on Twitter his decision to leave the team.
“Oklahoma State will always be home for me,” he wrote. “This being said, I am entering the transfer portal as of today.”
The 6-foot-4, 310-pound Bray appeared in all 13 games and made 10 starts last season between right guard and right tackle. He was anticipated to be a starter at one of those positions again this season.
His announcement came one day after backup tackle Jacob Farrell entered the transfer portal. According to a report from Pokes Report, both linemen were told to leave the team after a violation of team rules.
Offensive line coach Charlie Dickey has a variety of young players to fill the void on the right side of the line, including Hunter Anthony, Hunter Woodard, Cole Birmingham and others.