Oklahoma State has gotten a flip from graduate transfer wide receiver Jordan McCray. The South Alabama receiver was set to transfer to UNLV to play out his last season of eligibility, but announced on Monday night that he will be heading to the plains of Stillwater over the lights of Vegas after a visit over the weekend.
Respect my decision!! pic.twitter.com/N37bRzxVKU— Jordan McCray (@_J12M) April 23, 2019
In his announcement, McCray said “This is strictly a business decision for what I feel is best for my future and career.”.
Having played South Alabama twice over the past two seasons, the Oklahoma State coaching staff had a lot of film on McCray to help make their decision to bring him on board. McCray caught five passes for 38 yards in the two match-ups in 2017 and 2018. Last season, he totaled four touchdowns and 273 yards on 29 catches.
Oklahoma State currently has 11 wide receivers not including the incoming freshmen. McCray could be coming to take the spot of LC Greenwood who has been moved to linebacker.
Check out McCray’s highlights including a couple against his new team.