The Utah offensive line continues its rebuild project as it appears they’re getting a grad transfer from a fellow Pac-12 school. According to UteZone.com, Wazzu grad transfer Noah Osur-Myers will be making Utah his new home. Osur-Myers missed last season with an injury but will have two years to play two at Utah. Osur-Myers played both guard and center as a reserve at WSU, and should help bolster the Utah depth on the interior of the offensive line.
The coaches have done a nice job bringing guys in to fill the holes left by last season’s departures, and after spring offensive line was the biggest question mark for the team. The group has guys that have a lot of experience, but they are needing to round out the five starters, and build some depth behind them, because as we all know, offensive linemen tend to rotate due to injury.
Osur-Myers joins Alex Locklear of Marshall to transfer into the program as a grad transfer.