Redshirt sophomore quarterback Keondre Wudtee has decided to enter his name into the transfer portal and leave Oklahoma State. The transfer portal system allows players to be looked at by coaches at other schools on their terms.
Wudtee is part of a list of players who have entered into the portal, according to 247sports.
Wudtee threw two completions for 26 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions this past season. He also rushed for 81 yards.
With Wudtee’s departure, the Cowboys are left with four quarterbacks for next season: Spencer Sanders, Dru Brown Brendan Costello and Shaun Taylor.
Wudtee is the ninth player to either leave early or transfer from OSU this offseason. John Kolar, another quarterback, decided to transfer as a graduate student to Big 12 conference foe Iowa State.