This week, depth at the quarterback position became a real concern for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Entering the NCAA Transfer Portal, Keondre Wudtee began exploring options after barely seeing the field over the course of three years. Losing ground to a few newcomers of the course of the 2018 campaign, Wudtee’s situation appeared bleak at best.
After a redshirt season, Wudtee’s two years as an available player on the roster yielded a mere three passing attempts. However, one of those attempts produced a score — the only one of the youngster’s career in Stillwater. On the ground though, the dynamic signal caller made the most of the opportunity rushing the ball fifteen times. Racking up 110 yards on the ground, the quarterback averaged 7.3 yards per carry.
The announcement leaves Spencer Sanders and Dru Brown to compete for the staring job next year. At the moment, Brown possesses a single year of eligibility after the coaching staff failed to play the transfer student. With plenty of experience at the collegiate level under his belt, Brown is likely the favorite to win over the fanbase and the role of QB1.