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Cowboy Football: Receiver Dee Anderson enters the transfer portal

The former LSU pass-catcher is on the move again

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Oklahoma State is losing another wide receiver from it’s 2020 depth chart, but this time it’s to the transfer portal.

According to both Rivals and GoPokes, Dee Anderson has entered the portal as a graduate transfer.

Anderson came to Oklahoma State from LSU during the 2020 off-season. Despite the excitement of adding a former four-star prospect, Anderson was never quite able to find his footing, appearing in just four games and catching only one pass for 14 yards.

Anderson is now the second OSU pass-catcher to enter the transfer portal, joining Landon Wolf. The Cowboys also lose Tylan Wallace and Dillon Stoner, both of whom are now preparing for the NFL draft.

The addition of Anderson brings the number of Oklahoma State scholarship players to enter the portal for 2021 to seven, joining Deondrick Glass, Wolf, Trent Pullen, Bryce Bray, Jacob Farrell, and Jelani Woods.