Ex-Minnesota OL Tyler Moore announced he will be transferring to Oklahoma State on Wednesday afternoon.
January 11, 2017
Moore was a two-year starter at Minnesota. He was thrust into the starting lineup during his freshman year, and never relinquished his spot. A 6’4” 315 pounds, he will provide talent, size, and experience to a Cowboy offensive line that will lose Brad Lundblade after the 2017 season.
He was recruited by Oklahoma State out of high school, but was never offered a scholarship.
While Moore will have to sit out the 2017 season, he will have two years of eligibility remaining. Expect him to make an immediate impact once he becomes eligible.
Didn't take long for Minnesota transfer @Ohh_MOE to land in the #Big12. Just committed to Oklahoma State. 'Pokes get a beast of an OL.— HornSports.com (@HornSports) January 11, 2017
Former North Shore OL Tyler Moore transferring to Oklahoma State from Minnesota: https://t.co/bBwhQhLIDG https://t.co/WjQmWPQB0Y— Brian Perroni (@Perroni247) January 11, 2017