Oklahoma State leading tackler Mason Cobb announced Saturday that he will enter the transfer portal.
The junior linebacker racked up 96 stops this season, including a team-best 13 for loss while earning second-team All-Big 12 honors. He also had two sacks, one interception and one forced fumble.
“After long conversations with family members and mentors, I would like to announce that I have officially entered the transfer portal with two years of eligibility left,” Cobb said in a Twitter post. “I will always be a Cowboy at heart! It’s time for me to move onto the next chapter in my life and make the decision that’s best for me.”
Cobb, a first-year starter, reached double digits in tackles on three occasions this season. He recorded a career-high 16 stops in a 43-40 double-overtime loss to TCU on Oct. 15.
Cobb is from Provo, Utah, where BYU is located.