3-star defensive tackle transfers from OSU

Ashaad Mabry

Reports out of Stillwater have Oklahoma State commit Ashaad Mabry returning to San Antonio to play for the Roadrunners. The 6-3, 290 lbs prospect from MacArthur HS is reportedly leaving due to a family situation and his desire to be closer to home.

Mabry was one of just six sophomores to play for MacArthur in 2008, and he became the starting DT his junior year as he recorded 67 total tackles and one sack in 10 games.

In his senior season, Mabry recorded three sacks and 75 total tackles in 14 games, including seven total tackles in MacArthur’s loss to eventual State Champion Cibolo Steele in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Division II playoffs.

He committed to Baylor before his senior season on May 10, but four days later decided to switch his commitment over to the Oklahoma State Cowboys. He was given a 3-star rating by all three major scouting services and was rated as one of the top 60 DTs in the country. Texas A&M, Virginia and SMU were all reportedly interested in Mabry as well.

Last week, NewsOK reported that he and 4 other teammates at OSU were granted releases from their football program.

Mabry joins junior OL Patrick Hoog as the second player to transfer from Oklahoma State to UTSA to play for the Roadrunners and he will certainly be welcomed by UTSA, as the school’s inaugural team can use as much size in the trenches as they can get. He will join transfer Franky Anaya and three redshirt freshmen (Dominique Henderson, Richard Burge and Ferrington Macon) as the likely contenders for playing time at the defensive tackle position.

Read more about Ashaad Mabry:

Scout.com Player Profile (★★★, Pos Rank: 40)

ESPN Player Profile (★★★, Grade: 78, Pos Rank: 54)

Rivals.com Player Profile (★★★, Pos Rank: 59, State Rank: 99)

MaxPreps Player Profile (Senior year, 2010)

MaxPreps Player Profile (Junior year, 2009)

Oklahoma State Player Profile

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Darrell Williams

Darrell started writing about UTSA football before it was even a thing, then he took a few years off, and now he's back.