After starting off at Arkansas, Collin Clay is heading back home to Oklahoma State.
Earlier this month, it was confirmed that Clay had entered the NCAA transfer database. Two weeks later, the defensive end announced on Twitter that he is transferring to OSU. Clay wrote that he came to his decision “[a]fter much prayer and consideration.”
I want to Razorback nation for all of the love that was given to my family and I while I was here. I want to thank every last coach that poured into me at this university. After much prayer and consideration with my family, I will be attending Oklahoma State University #GOPOKES🍊 pic.twitter.com/7yH9Hx4pEq
— Collin Clay ✞ (@THECOLLINCLAY) December 30, 2019
The move to Stillwater serves as a homecoming for Clay.
A four-star 2019 signee, Clay was rated as the No. 4 player at any position in the state of Oklahoma. He was the highest-rated defensive lineman in the Razorbacks’ class this past year.
As a true freshman, Clay played in 11 games this past season. He was credited with 15 tackles.
At this time, it’s thought that Clay will have to sit out the 2020 season, although that has not been confirmed. If that comes to fruition, Clay would have three years of eligibility to use beginning with the 2021 season.Follow @cftalk