Bray is the second offensive lineman in three days to announce he’s transferring.
Oklahoma State lost another player on the offensive line Thursday when Bryce Bray announced his intent to transfer on Twitter.
“I would like to say thank you to everyone in the Cowboy family,” he wrote. “From the coaches to academic staff, everyone has helped me grow and become a bette man. It has been a great ride getting to be apart of the family. Next, I would like to say thank you to all the friends and family I have made in and out of the program.
“Oklahoma State will always be a home for me.”
Bray, a redshirt sophomore, started in 10 of 13 games he played for the Cowboys in 2019. He played at left and right tackle and left guard. Bray was a three-star recruit from Bixby and the No. 11 overall prospect in Oklahoma for the 2018 class by 247Sports.
The 6-foot-4, 310-pound Bray was expected to be among OSU’s starters on the right side of the offensive line, which has taken a hit this offseason with right tackle Dylan Galloway retiring due to injuries in June and Jacob Farrell transferring.
OSU senior Teven Jenkins will be the Cowboys’ only returning full-time starter on the offensive line. Redshirt seniors Ry Schneider and Josh Sills, who transferred from West Virginia after being a two-year starter at guard, also bring experience up front.