Oklahoma State’s wide receiving corp has taken a hit as Tyrell Alexander has reportedly entered the transfer portal, according to Cody Nagel of GoPokes, and Alexander is now listed in 247Sports’ transfer portal.
Cowboy Out pic.twitter.com/MA4v2wlJBD— Ty^^ (@T_Real07) January 21, 2020
Alexander had an interesting career at OSU, coming in as a wide receiver before being moved briefly to corner before the 2018 season, then moving back to WR. He played in just about every game of his sophomore and junior seasons, but did not record a stat in either.
In his sophomore season, Alexander played in six games, making two catches for 68 yards, including a 56-yard reception during the fourth quarter against Kansas.
The redshirt senior will be immediately eligible wherever he lands.
Alexander is now the 10th OSU player to transfer and the second receiver, joining Patrick McKaufman