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Oklahoma State Adds Vanderbilt Offensive Lineman Jason Brooks

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Oklahoma State has added their second offensive lineman in two days, as Vanderbilt transfer Jason Brooks has pledged to play for Mike Gundy in 2022.

The 6-4, 295-pound sophomore played in five games for the Commodores last season, including a start against Tennessee in Week 13.

Out of Dobie High School in Houston, Texas, Brooks is a former three-star recruit and held offers from Boise State, Tulsa, SMU, Colorado State, and Vanderbilt, who he eventually chose.

 

At the time of Brooks’ commitment, OSU defensive coordinator Derek Mason was the head coach at Vandy, and is certainly a reason why Brooks is now headed to Stillwater.

This addition, coupled with USC transfer Casey Collier, will help shore up the offensive line, an area that Oklahoma State looks thin at going into 2022.

Both transfers will likely see some time in the rotation this spring and will be fighting for playing time going into summer. Brooks provides immediate depth in an area of need but could play a larger role than Collier in the near future since the Cowboys lost two interior offensive linemen this offseason.

Gundy and OSU are right in the middle of spring practices and will play its “Spring Finale” on April 23.

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