Cal graduate transfer, Aaron Cochran, has chosen Oklahoma State over Texas Tech to play his fifth year of football. Cochran announced on Twitter just after 10 am that he would be attending Ok State for his fifth year, "Glad to say that I'll be continuing my collegiate football career at Oklahoma State University! #GoPokes."
Cochran, who was a two-year starter at left tackle at Cal in an offense similar to what Oklahoma State and Texas Tech both run. Oklahoma State lost their starting left tackle in Victor Salako to graduation. This spring that position has been manned by red-shirt freshman Dylan Galloway and at times, veteran Zach Crabtree moving over from the right tackle, where he has started the last two seasons. Cochran is 6-8, 351 pounds.
Cochran joins cornerback Adrian Baker of Clemson to be the second grad transfer in the last two days to select Oklahoma State.