Oklahoma State will add a familiar name to its roster as early as next week with former North Texas offensive tackle Chandler Anthony, who intends to join the Cowboys as a graduate transfer, according to 247Sports.
The Tuttle, Oklahoma product is the older brother of sophomore offensive tackle Hunter Anthony, who started four games last year for the Cowboys. Chandler, who was the backup left tackle for the Mean Green in 2019, played 25 games the past two seasons after redshirting in 2016. He’s listed at 6-foot-7 and 300 pounds on UNT’s roster, while Hunter is at 6-6 and 318 pounds.
The Cowboys have lost three offensive lineman this summer, including redshirt sophomores Bryce Bray and Jacob Farrell and fifth-year senior Dylan Galloway. Bray, who started 10 games last season, and Farrell were dismissed for violation of team rules. Bray transferred to Tulsa, and Farrell landed at North Texas. Galloway, meanwhile, retired from football in June because of injuries.
OSU senior Teven Jenkins is the Cowboys’ only returning full-time starter on the offensive line. Redshirt seniors Ry Schneider and Josh Sills, who transferred from West Virginia after being a two-year starter at guard, also bring experience up front.