Avery Anderson, a four-star guard prospect out of the 2019 recruiting class, has committed to play for the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Playing for Drive Nation in the Nike EYBL during the warm months, the young man averaged 7.9 points, 3.2 assist and 2.5 rebounds through 19 games.
Not only do most reputable recruiting service websites have Avery Anderson pegged as a four-star caliber player, but most agree he’s just slightly outside being considered one of the 100 best players in the entire nation.
Avery Anderson is actually the third commitment for the 2019 Oklahoma State Cowboys. Considered to have one of the better recruiting classes in the country — though, that sort of things is forever fluid — Oklahoma State already lured four-star talent Kalib Boone and three-star prospect Keylan Boone to the program.
While the recruiting trail has been historically dominated by other programs in the Big 12, Oklahoma State doing work for the 2019 class is only good news for those loyal to the men’s basketball program. It doesn’t inherently promise success, as the number of stars attached to a player’s name never does, but it does provide some hope.
Hope is better than not having any at all.
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