Mason Brooks, transferring Western Kentucky lineman, commits to SEC school
Mason Brooks has played a lot of college football over the past 4 years at Western Kentucky.
But, as the rising senior prepares for his final year of college eligibility, he’s moving on to a new school and will try his luck in the SEC.
On Monday, Brooks took to Twitter to reveal he was committing to coach Lane Kiffin and the Ole Miss Rebels for the 2022 season:
Thankful for everything and everyone who has gotten me to this point especially my Lord and Savior and WKU! This decision was one of the most challenging I have faced. Excited to spend my senior season in the Sip. So much more to prove. Let’s work! #hottytoddy pic.twitter.com/myB2KPdoZC
— Mason Brooks (@maseb82) January 17, 2022
Brooks has appeared in 42 games for the Hilltoppers over the past 4 seasons, including 11 contests in 2021. He earned All-Conference USA First-Team honors this past season.
How he fares in Oxford remains to be seen, but he’ll be a key competitor for a starting spot this spring and summer.