OSU football: Cowboys add graduate transfer offensive lineman
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State’s 2021 recruiting class was lacking on the offensive line, but the Cowboys helped that issue with the addition of a graduate transfer on Monday.
Danny Godlevske, a 6-foot-3, 300-pound center from Miami of Ohio, announced on Twitter on Monday that he would be transferring to OSU for his final season of college football. He will be a sixth-year senior.
Godlevske was a four-year starter at Miami. He’s the fourth member of the incoming class at OSU, along with high school prospects Logan Nobles and Silas Barr, and junior-college transfer Caleb Etienne.
The Cowboys are set to lose at least one starter — tackle Teven Jenkins — from this year’s lineup. Center Ry Schneider is a fifth-year senior, but could choose to return for a sixth year because of the NCAA rule that the 2020 fall season would not count against players’ eligibility.
- Related to this story
- Article: Carlson: Cheez-It Bowl is a bummer for OSU football, but Cowboys should be optimistic about defense
- Article: OSU football: Tylan Wallace expected to play in Cheez-It Bowl vs. Miami Hurricanes
- Article: Tramel: Oklahoma State athletics owe the University of Miami a big thank you
- Article: OSU football: How Thomas Harper is proving his value as a young player on a veteran defense
- Article: OSU football: Six Shooter pregame thoughts on Cowboys vs. Miami in Cheez-It Bowl
- Article: Oklahoma State football: With Rodarius Williams moving on, Jarrick Bernard-Converse steps into spotlight role
- Article: Oklahoma State football: Miami Hurricanes QB D'Eriq King presents dual-threat challenge for Cowboys in Cheez-It Bowl
- Article: Oklahoma State football: Tylan Wallace opted in for Cheez-It Bowl, because it's the only way he knows
- Article: Oklahoma State football: Three Cowboys and Miami Hurricanes to watch in Cheez-It Bowl
- Article: Oklahoma State football: Cowboys vs. Miami Hurricanes in Cheez-It Bowl odds, how to watch, predictions
- Article: Oklahoma State football: How will Cowboys' shorthanded defense fare vs. Miami Hurricanes in Cheez-It Bowl?
- Article: Cheez-It Bowl notebook: Oklahoma State's Tylan Wallace sits out second half; Miami's D’Eriq King injures knee
- Article: Tramel: Oklahoma State football passes final test of pandemic season with Cheez-It Bowl win over Miami
- Article: Tramel: Spencer Sanders is superb in Cheez-It Bowl and that's good news for Oklahoma State football going forward
- Article: Carlson: Why Oklahoma State football's Tylan Wallace should be celebrated, not criticized for the way he opted out
- Article: Oklahoma State football: Tylan Wallace named AFCA All-American
- Article: Oklahoma State football: Why Dillon Stoner was 'steady as a rock' in his Cowboy career