Arland Bruce IV has found a new football home. The former Iowa WR is headed to Oklahoma State to be a Cowboy.

On Saturday, Bruce posted a picture of himself on a horse in OSU gear, along with a caption saying “Mama, I’m a Cowboy #gopokes.”

Bruce played two years of high school ball in his home state of Kansas, before transferring to Ankeny High School in Iowa. In his senior season in Iowa, he helped lead Ankeny to an 11-1 season and an Iowa State Championship. Bruce was a 3-star recruit and the No. 370 overall recruit in the 2021 cycle per the 247 Sports Composite.

Bruce chose Iowa over offers from Iowa State, Tulsa, and Western Illinois, among others. In his two years with the Hawkeyes, Bruce amassed 44 catches, 396 yards, and 2 touchdowns. The WR also had 21 carries for 116 yards and 4 touchdowns.

During the 2022 season, Bruce finished fourth on the Hawkeyes with 19 catches and 187 receiving yards while adding a touchdown. Bruce also led the team with 19 punt returns and finished second behind Cooper DeJean with 123 yards on punt returns.