A physical player who started at left tackle for a national championship team in junior college … Rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and 247Sports … Rivals named him the No. 34 JUCO prospect in the class and Scout listed him at No. 59.
Played for coach Jeff Sims at Garden City CC … Part of a team that finished unbeaten and won the NJCAA National Championship as a sophomore in 2016 … Helped pave the way for a Garden City rushing attack that averaged 194.8 yards per game … Also saw some time on the defensive line during his time at Garden City … Chose Oklahoma State over reported offers from Houston, N.C. State, Memphis, Toledo, South Alabama, Colorado State, Florida Atlantic and others.
Attended Belleville High School in Belleville, Michigan, where he was coached by Matt Davenport … Weighed 254 pounds and played defensive end during his high school days … Also played basketball.
Arlington Hambright was born Jan. 30, 1996, in Ypsilanti, Michigan … Son of Stacey Ford.
"Arlington is very athletic and has a tremendous upside. We feel like he fits in well with what we are trying to do. He is coachable, has good flexibility and good change of direction. He has played both sides of the ball and moves well."
-- Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich