It has been a crazy few days for college football with the transfer portal opening and then overflowing with players looking for greener pastures.
Oklahoma State, like just about every other program around the country, is having to deal with the effects of some of its players looking to go elsewhere, but the Cowboys have also sent out a few earlier offers. Oklahoma State was active in the transfer market before Monday — sending out offers to a pair of Tulsa defenders and a pair of Ivy Leaguers — but here is a look at guys who have announced offers after Monday’s opening. This list will be updated as more offers come out.
School: Austin Peay
Hometown: Tallahassee, Florida
A 5-foot-9, 177-pound sophomore, Drae McCray led Austin Peay this season with 76 catches for 1,021 yards and nine touchdowns. Austin Peay also used him as a runner from time to time, where he had 12 carries for 54 yards. McCray had four games with at least 100 receiving yards this season, including a 166-yard performance against Murray State and a 158-yard performance against Mississippi Valley State.
As a high school recruit, McCray was listed as a running back. A three-star prospect, McCray chose Austin Peay over offers from Buffalo, Coastal Carolina, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern and others. He finished his high school career with 4,358 all-purpose yards.
As of writing, McCray has also announced offers from Texas Tech, West Virginia, Oregon, Colorado and others.
School: Idaho State
Hometown: Spokane, Washington
Listed at 6-2, 197 pounds, Guillory led Idaho State with 52 catches for 785 yards and four touchdowns this season. He caught five passes for 120 yards and a score in Idaho State’s win against Cal Poly this season, and he also had a 75-yard touchdown catch against FBS San Diego State.
A member of the 2019 high school class, Guillory attended Lewis and Clark in Spokane, Washington. A three-star recruit, he chose Idaho State over offers from Army, Air Force, South Dakota State and others.
Since hitting the portal, Guillory has announced offers from Utah, Arizona State, Washington State, Colorado and others.
School: Kent State
Hometown: Akron, Ohio
Listed at a monstrous 6-foot-8, 342 pounds, Washington started 10 games for the Golden Flashes this season. Behind Washington, Kent State averaged 28.4 points and 417.9 yards of total offense a game.
A member of the 2020 high school class, Washington was a three-star recruit and chose Kent State over offers from Akron and Bowling Green out of St. Vincent-St. Mary, the same high school LeBron James graduated from.
Since entering the portal, Washington has also announced offers from Southern and Arkansas State.
Hometown: San Francisco, California
A 5-9, 205-pound senior, Ray Davis is fourth in the SEC in rushing this season with 1,042 yards to go with five rushing scores. He is just the 10th player in Vanderbilt’s history with a 1,000-yard rushing season. Davis eclipsed the century mark five times this season, including a 167-yard performance against South Carolina.
Davis spent the 2019 and 2020 seasons at Temple, where he rushed for 1,259 yards and nine touchdowns in 16 games with the Owls.
Davis was a three-star prospect out of Blair Academy in New Jersey in the 2019 class. He chose Temple over offers from Kent State, Army, Navy and others.
Since reentering the portal, Davis has also announced an offer to Kentucky.