Oklahoma State quarterback Keondre Wudtee is exploring his transfer option, according to 247Sports.
The Bossier City, Louisiana, native completed his third season with the Cowboys as the fourth-string quarterback in 2018. He played in the opening two games this past season, completing two of his five pass attempts while rushing for 81 yards on 12 carries. As the season progressed, he fell behind Dru Brown and Spencer Sanders on the depth chart.
247Sports compiled a list of athletes whose names appear in the NCAA transfer portal, and Wudtee’s appeared Wednesday. Although his name is in the transfer portal, that doesn’t mean he is leaving OSU. It means other schools can contact Wudtee while he weighs his options. However, OSU is not required to retain his scholarship if he is in the portal.
Wudtee has two years of eligibility remaining should he decide to transfer. He signed with OSU in 2016, choosing the Cowboys over TCU late on signing day. Should he leave, OSU would have three scholarship quarterbacks on its roster come spring ball: Brown, Sanders and true freshman Brendan Costello, who enrolled early.