Oklahoma State announced Wednesday that it has signed four junior college football players to letters of intent. The four will graduate in December and enroll at OSU for the spring semester.
The group includes three defensive players, defensive end Darius Hart
, defensive tackle Horace Hubbard
and defensive back Andrew McGee
Hart, a 6-foot-6, 255-pound end, attended Pearl River Community College and is from Poplarville, Miss. Hubbard is 6-5, 295 pounds and a native of Gretna, Va. He attended Fort Scott Community College, the same school as OSU safety Lucien Antoine
. McGee (6-1, 195 pounds) is from Magee, Miss., and attended Copiah-Lincoln.
The only player on the offensive side of the ball is Anthony Morgan
. The 6-4, 320-pound lineman from Lancaster, Texas, is the most highly touted of the transfers. After two years at Navarro Junior College, rivals.com named him the best offensive lineman in junior college and the fourth-best junior college prospect at any position.
OSU coach Mike Gundy
has said that he’s not in a rush to fill his vacant defensive coordinator position.