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4-Star Oklahoma Running Back Enters NCAA Transfer Portal

4-Star Oklahoma Running Back Enters NCAA Transfer Portal

4-Star Oklahoma Running Back Enters NCAA Transfer Portal

A 4-star Oklahoma running back entered the NCAA Transfer Portal on Saturday morning.

Trey Sermon, one of the biggest names from the 2017 class, is on his way out.

A few months back, head coach Lincoln Riley revealed that Sermon was out for the rest of the year. The move was not entirely unexpected, but it did lead to what transpired this weekend.

“I want to thank everyone has been part of my journey so far,” Sermon said on Twitter.

“I appreciate all the blessings and opportunities I have received. To the coaches, trainers, fans and my teammates, I will always cherish my time here and am grateful for all that’s been done for me.”

Kind words notwithstanding, Sermon is done with the Sooners.

“After careful consideration, I have decided to enter the transfer portal as a graduate transfer.”

Prior to getting hurt last year, Sermon was putting up career-best numbers. He was averaging 7.1 yards per carry and had rushed for 385 yards and four scores.

Although many programs have been mentioned as potential contenders for Sermon’s services, Ohio State figures to be one of the favorites.

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