Still on a search to bolster their offensive line, the Cowboys offered a pair of teammates in the transfer portal.
Middle Tennessee State transfers Lance Robinson and Dorian Hinton both announced Oklahoma State offers Wednesday evening. Both have three seasons of eligibility remaining.
A COVID freshman this past season, Robinson is listed at 6-foot-3, 284 pounds. He played in all 13 of the Blue Raiders’ games this past season, making 12 starts. He played 903 snaps in 2021, most among MTSU offensive linemen. Out of Georgia, he was a three-star recruit in the Blue Raiders’ 2020 class, picking MTSU over an offer from Georgia Southern.
Since entering the transfer portal Tuesday, Robinson has also reported offers from Washington State, Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Florida Atlantic and Bowling Green.
Hinton was a redshirt freshman this past season after joining the program in 2019 before redshirting and playing a free year because of COVID. A former three-star prospect out of Florida, Hinton is listed at 6-4, 317 pounds. He made nine starts in 2021 and was a member of Conference USA’s All-Freshman Team in 2020.
Hinton just hit the portal on Wednesday but has already received offers from Arkansas State, Florida Atlantic, Bowling Green and now OSU.
The Cowboys are working in the red in scholarship offensive linemen this offseason. Starters Josh Sills and Danny Godlevske exhausted their eligibility, and Tyrese Williams, Cade Bennett, Monroe Mills and Hunter Anthony all entered the transfer portal. The Pokes did sign a trio of offensive linemen in December in junior college four star Tyrone Webber and incoming freshmen Austin Kawecki and Calvin Harvey.
The Cowboys have sent out a handful of offers to offensive linemen in the transfer portal, most recently offering Sam Houston State’s Prince Pines. The Cowboys also recently offered in-state high school senior Davis Dotson, a three-star prospect from Berryhill.
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