Graduate Transfer QB Dru Brown Enrolls at Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State may have found its answer to replacing star QB Mason Rudolph Saturday night when Hawaii’s Dru Brown, a grad transfer, announced that he is going to enroll at OSU.
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Oklahoma State may have found its answer to replacing star QB Mason Rudolph Saturday night when Hawaii’s Dru Brown, a graduate transfer, announced that he is going to enroll at OSU.

The 6-0, 200-pound Brown threw for 5,273 yards over the past two seasons at UH with a 37 TDs and 15 interceptions, including 2,785 yards and 18 touchdowns and 8 INT with the Rainbow Warriors in 2017. He is expected to compete with former walk-on Taylor Cornelius, sophomore Keondre Wudtee and incoming freshman Spencer Sanders to replace Rudolph, a four-year starter. 

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Word is Brown is an incredibly hard worker. He doesn’t have a big arm, but is very football savvy. 

The Cowboys finished the 2017 season at 10-3 and ranked 14th in the AP Top 25 poll.