Oklahoma State’s already-stacked recruiting class added another member Thursday.
Chris Harris Jr. committed to Oklahoma State at his former middle school, moving OSU’s 2019 class to the No. 20 class in the country with two scholarships to give. Harris, a shooting guard, is the 128th-ranked prospect in the 2019 class, and one of the top remaining uncommitted prospects in the country. He’s ranked by 247sports and by Rivals as a four-star prospect.
South Garland guard Chris Harris Jr. (@chrisharris_2) is signing with Oklahoma State — over Texas Tech and Texas A&M.
— Callie Caplan (@CallieCaplan) April 18, 2019
Harris originally signed with Texas A&M before Billy Kennedy’s departure. He chose OSU over A&M and Texas Tech.
Harris is the third-highest ranked prospect in OSU’s 2019 class behind Marcus Watson (73) and Avery Anderson (123). Those three along with in-state standouts Kalib Boone and Keylan Boone make up the fifth-ranked class in the Big 12 behind Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and TCU.
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