Butler County's Tramal Ivy Gets OSU Offer

A blast from the past is Butler County Community College defensive end Tramal Ivy as GoPokes.com has learned that Oklahoma State joined Iowa State as the second Big 12 school to offer the 2016 junior college defensive end prospect that will have three years to play two at the next level.

The 6-4, 245-pound Ivy was a skinny but lightning quick 215-pound All-State player in the 2013 season at Muskogee High School. In his senior season with the Roughers, Ivy had 76 total tackles, 20 tackles for loss, and 19 sacks. Yes, 19 sacks and in his prep career he had 132 tackles.

Coming out of Muskogee, Kansas State offered and we believe may have pointed him up to Butler. He also had offers from Memphis, Northern Colorado, San Diego State, and Washington State.

This past season as a freshman at Butler Ivy got on the field and had 8 total tackles with 3.0 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, and a fumble caused. He has offers so far from Arkansas State, Colorado State, Iowa State, and Minnesota.

Ivy is slated to start at the weak side defensive end this coming season for the Grizzlies.

Oklahoma State loses starting defensive end Jimmy Bean and backup Trace Clark and there is a high chance they will lose junior Emmanuel Ogbah early to the NFL as he is considered a potential top-10 NFL Draft pick next year.


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