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New Commit Chris Harris Jr. Officially Signs With Oklahoma State

Harris adds an exciting offensive skillset to OSU’s already 2019 talented class.



One day after announcing his commitment to Oklahoma State, and two days into the NCAA’s signing period, Chris Harris Jr. made it official.

On Friday, the four-star shooting guard from Garland, Texas put ink to paper in orange, signing his letter of intent, the school announced in a release.

This makes five signees for Mike Boynton’s 2019 class, now ranked 20th in the nation by 247Sports and fifth in the Big 12. Harris joins Marcus, Avery Anderson and brothers Kalib and Keylan Boone for an exciting influx of talent to a roster in sore need of it.

As a senior at South Garland High School, Harris averaged 18.6 points per game. shooting an efficient 45.6 percent from the field and 37 percent from 3. Harris also grabbed 5.5 rebounds, dished out 2.3 assists and nabbed 2.0 steals per game, helping the Colonels to a 30-7 record and earning himself district Offensive Player of the Year honors.

Harris will join former Baggage Claim Boys teammate Isaac Likekele, who started every game at point guard for the Cowboys as a true freshman last year, who he should both complement and compete with.

Following his commitment, Harris told local media, “I’m going to play on and off the ball. They want to change my body so I can be more of a point guard, combo guard.”

Evan Daniels from 247Sports called Harris “one of the best purer scorers in the 2019 class.”

Here’s a peak at that exciting skillset he brings to Stillwater.

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