After appearing in seven games and recording 14 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss this past season, Oregon State redshirt-junior defensive lineman Alexander Skelton has elected to transfer.
"I would like to start off by thanking Beaver Nation for the support on and off the field during these past few years. To my coaches, thank you for sculpting me into the player and man that I am today. I would not be here without you and I'm forever grateful," Skelton said via Twitter.
"To my family, I know this road hasn't always been easy, but thank you for your endless love and support. I hope I make you all proud. To the men in the trenches, it's been an honor.
With that being said, I have chosen to graduate transfer with one year of eligibility left. I look forward to where this option will take me and am forever grateful for the road that got me here."
The 6-foot, 312-pounder from Honolulu (HI) played in 12 total games across three seasons (2019-2021) and finished his OSU career with 21 total tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss.