Oklahoma State added its second tight end from the transfer portal on Monday evening as Ian Edenfield, who has played at Division-II California University of Pennsylvania since 2018, committed to play for the Pokes
Listed at 6-5, 255 pounds, Edenfield caught a total of 25 passes for 198 and one score during his time as a Vulcan, but where he really shined was as a blocker. With Edenfield in the game, Oklahoma State will have an absolute unit to run the football behind, which has got to be music to the ears of Cowboys’ running backs.
Edenfield made his announcement on Twitter Monday evening after 8:00 p.m. and marks the 13th player that Oklahoma State has pulled out of the transfer portal this cycle.
Edenfield joins Josiah Johnson out of UMass as the newest addition to the tight end room for Oklahoma State, and will likely serve primarily in a blocking role out of 12 personnel (1 RB, 2 TE Sets). OSU will have seven tight ends on scholarship this season, the most experienced of which will be Braden Cassity, who will return for his fifth season in 2023.
Oklahoma State now ranks No. 40 overall in the 247Sports Overall Composite Rankings, which takes high school, JUCO, and transfer portal additions into account.