Former Oklahoma State tight end Jamal Mosley, who left the program unannounced this week and said he planned to go to Tennessee, is under investigation following a claim by a female student that she was raped by Mosley.
Go Vols Extra is reporting that former Oklahoma State tight end Jamal Mosley is checking out Tennessee as his next stop, and he could be in Knoxville taking the tour this Friday.
The Oklahoman is reporting that starting tight end Jamal Mosley is leaving the Oklahoma State football program, and coach Mike Gundy states that "personal reasons" are leading to his departure.
While Jamal Mosley is everyone's favorite to win the starting tight end job for Oklahoma State, he still has some work to do: "I’m basically still learning the position,” said Mosley.
The reports out of fall camp indicate Oklahoma tight end Jamal Mosley will be a receiving threat for the Cowboys this fall. "He gives you something similar to what Brandon (Pettigrew) had, just at a younger age,” OSU tight ends coach Doug Meacham said. "He has good ball skills and is a good route runner, and he’s athletic. And the willingness to block is there.”
Jamal Mosley continues to see first-team practice reps as he and the Cowboys look to replace the great Brandon Pettigrew. However NewsOk.com reports that Oklahoma State players are raving about athletic redshirt freshman tight end Justin Horton.
Oklahoma State tight end Jamal Mosley and incoming running back Dexter Pratt have been charged marijuana possession, which is a misdemeanor.