Purdue made a major addition in the transfer portal on Sunday afternoon.

The Boilermakers picked up a commitment from New Mexico transfer DJ Wingfield, who is a potential starter for Purdue next season at offensive tackle. Wingfield shared news of his commitment with On3’s Pete Nakos.

Wingfield spent 2 seasons at New Mexico. He missed nearly all of the 2022 season due to a torn ACL, but he rebounded and started every game of this past campaign for the Lobos.

Although he spent just 2 seasons at New Mexico, this will be his final year of eligibility. Wingfield began his collegiate career in the JUCO ranks at El Camino Junior College.

Wingfield is listed at 6-foot-4, 289 pounds. He’s originally from Los Angeles, California.

Purdue has now made a pair of transfer portal additions on its offensive line already this cycle. The Boilermakers also earned a commitment from ex-Notre Dame offensive lineman Joey Tanona.