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Oklahoma State Basketball Updates Roster, Debuting Newcomers’ Measurables, Jersey Numbers

Some eye-popping numbers for the newcomers.



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Oklahoma State basketball made some updates to its online roster, revealing some newcomers’ jersey numbers and measurables.

Mike Boynton’s squad will have a new look to it this year with five incoming freshmen and a quartet of transfers. Without further ado, here is the Cowboys’ roster with some takeaways to follow.

0Naz Brown6-0181So.
1Bryce Thompson6-6205Sr.
2Eric Dailey Jr.6-8230Fr.
4Jarius Hicklen6-4180Gr.
5Quion Williams6-5220So.
12Javon Small6-3195Jr.
13Connor Dow6-6200Fr.
14Jamyron Keller6-3210Fr.
15Carson Sager6-4207Sr.
21Justin McBride6-8230Fr.
22Brooks Manzer6-3190Jr.
23Brandon Garrison6-11245Fr.
24Isaiah Miranda7-1220R-Fr.
32Mike Marsh6-10250R-Sr.
35Weston Church6-3180Sr.
51John-Michael Wright6-1190Gr.

We’ll start with the biggest measurables. Isaiah Miranda is the tallest player on the squad at 7-foot-1. That’s the same height he was listed at on NC State’s roster, but he has apparently packed on some pounds. He was listed at 205 for NC State, but is now listed at 220.

Brandon Garrison also sticks out in regard to size. The incoming McDonald’s All-American was listed at 6-9, 205 pounds as a prospect on 247Sports, but OSU lists him at *clears throat* 6-11, 245 pounds. College Brandon Garrison must’ve eaten high school Brandon Garrison.

Eric Dailey Jr., currently representing the United States at the U19 World Cup, is also bigger here than he was as a prospect. Listed at 6-7, 215 by 247, Dailey is listed at 6-8, 230 by OSU.

At 6-3, Jamyron Keller is listed two inches taller than he was as a prospect. Justin McBride is quite a bit bigger than his 247 measurements, as well. And Connor Dow is also an inch taller than 247 listed him.

Quion Williams is one of only a few returners on the Cowboys’ roster. He changed from No. 13 to No. 5 (left vacant by Caleb Asberry). Williams was listed at 6-4, 208 as a freshman; he is listed at 6-5, 220 as a sophomore.

Walk-ons Naz Brown and Brooks Manzer changed numbers, making way for newcomers. Brown gave his No. 12 to East Carolina transfer Javon Small as Brown takes up the No. 0 Avery Anderson left behind. Manzer gives up No. 21 to incoming freshman Justin McBride, as Manzer takes over Kalib Boone’s old No. 22.

The updated roster also reveals that Larry Blunt has left the program after two seasons as an assistant coach. That made way for Keiton Page’s promotion this offseason.

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