Oklahoma State wide receiver LC Greenwood enters transfer portal

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Another receiver is leaving OSU.

For the second day in a row, an Oklahoma State receiver has announced his plans to transfer from the program.

Redshirt Sophomore LC Greenwood made his announcement via Twitter on Thursday afternoon.

After redshirting his freshman season, Greenwood saw action in three games in 2018 though he didn’t record a stat. He saw the field in six seasons this past season, recording three catches for 12 yards against McNeese State.

Greenwood is the third receiver to transfer this season, joining Patrick McKaufman and Tyrell Alexander, who made his announcement just a day before Greenwood.

The Garland, Texas native was part of the 2017 recruiting class. He was a four-star prospect out of high school that chose the Cowboys over Wisconsin, TCU, Utah, Mississippi State, and Iowa, among others.

Greenwood’s exit leaves Oklahoma State with seven returning scholarship receivers for 2020, with three more incoming.

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