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Did Todd Bradford and His Recruiting Staff Hit a Home Run?

May 17, 2023
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STILLWATER – Clockwise from the top left is quarterback Alan Bowman, defensive nose Justin Kirkland, wide receiver De’Zhaun Stribling, and running back Elijah Collins represent four of the 15 incomng transfers this past spring that replaced the 15 transfers that left for other schools. The ups and downs, rise and fall of the NCAA transfer portal. 

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Gundy spoke a lot about portal news this spring.
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Did Todd Bradford and His Recruiting Staff Hit a Home Run?

2,680 Views | 3 Replies | Last: 1 yr ago by RodeoPoke
OSUPSYCHO
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I thought we now had one open spot since Dez Jackson left?
Ohiopoke
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Filled that spot with the young man from Michigan State at RB.
RodeoPoke
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OSUPSYCHO said:

I thought we now had one open spot since Dez Jackson left?
I think Jackson entered the portal in the Dec-January window, as well as Richardson.... we've added quite a number of transfer kids since then, and lost some in the May window.

One recent notable transfer out from the spring window was LT Etienne to BYU after spring ball.

I don't think there is a one-to-one comparison to players that leave and their replacements, I know that Gundy tries to do the give and take with the portal to keep the scholarship numbers even, but it may not always be position-for-position.



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