Oklahoma State loses four-star freshman defensive end
Naim Mustafaa has left Oklahoma State before ever getting a chance to play in a game for the Cowboys.
Oklahoma State has lost one of the top prospects in its 2013 class before he ever even played a game with the Cowboys.
Mike Gundy confirmed on Monday that defensive end Naim Mustafaa left the team over the summer. The four-star defensive end had enrolled at Oklahoma State in January and participated in spring practice.
The 6-foot-3, 230-pound defensive end out of College Park, Georgia had offers from plenty of schools, including Georgia, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Auburn, Florida and Florida State just to name a few. He had originally committed to Georgia before flipping to Oklahoma State.
When Mustafaa flipped he explained his decision by saying that at Oklahoma State he'd be able to play defensive end while Georgia had him as an outside linebacker.
There is no word on where Mustafaa goes from here.
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