There's been a lot of hand-wringing in Stillwater about the offense and pass game after OK St. lost at home to Texas Tech 41-17. Apparently this included OK St. WR Jalen McClesky who just announced he'd be transferring today saying he felt he wasn't being targeted enough and wasn't a big enough part of the offense. With only 4 games played, McClesky can use this year as his RS year.
The interesting thing is that McClesky isn't a freshman but a senior. He has 15 catches for 155 yards and 2 TDs so far this year but in his career he's 6th on OK St.'s career reception list. He has 167 catches, 1865 yards, and 17 TDs for his career. McClesky will use the rest of this year to RS and then grad transfer next year for immediate eligibility.
I don't think there's any reason to believe he has any connections to Michigan or will come here (from Louisiana originally, not recruited by Michigan) even though he'd be a nice add, but the story itself is interesting and unique.