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Arizona State OL Ezra Dotson-Oyetade commits to TCU

The former four-star recruit from Garland, Texas will make his way to Funkytown for the upcoming season.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 11 Cal at TCU Photo by Matthew Pearce/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

TCU beefed up its offensive line through the transfer portal on Wednesday, scoring the commitment of a former four-star prospect in Arizona State transfer Ezra Dotson-Oyetade. The 6-foot-3, 270-pound interior offensive lineman from Garland, Texas spent one season with the Sun Devils and was one of the highest-rated center prospects in high school.

The addition continues what has been an extremely busy offseason for the TCU football program and new head coach Sonny Dykes. The Horned Frogs have added three offensive line transfers from Division I programs including Dotson-Oyetade, Robby Rochester (UConn) and Alan Ali (SMU). TCU has scored 14 transfers this offseason while adding another 14 players in the 2022 recruiting class. Four recruits have already enrolled at the university.

Dotson-Oyetade played high school football at Lakeview Centennial, where he became one of the top center prospects in the country. The former four-star prospect committed to Arizona State in 2020 over schools including Boise State and Army. A 2021 All-American Bowl invitee, Dotson-Oyetade could become a future building block for the offensive line.