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Ole Miss Transfer Bryce Williams Commits to Oklahoma State

OSU loses one then adds one real quick.



The Cowboys’ scholarship roster went from 13 to 12 back to 13 in a matter of moments.

Shortly after it came out that junior center Yor Anei entered the transfer portal, Ole Miss transfer Bryce Williams committed to Oklahoma State, according to 247Sports’ Evan Daniels.

A 6-foot-2 guard, Williams played in 29 games as a junior at Ole Miss last season. He averaged 13.3 minutes and 3.1 points a contest. Before his time in the SEC, Williams spent two seasons at the junior college level at Daytona State. He was recruited to Daytona State by now-OSU assistant Erik Pastrana.

In 55 games with Daytona State, Williams averaged 14.9 points per game. Although those averages didn’t necessarily transfer over to his time at Ole Miss, Williams still shot 40.3 percent from the field and 44 percent from 3-point range last season with the Rebels.

Williams will apply for immediate eligibility, according to Daniels.

This is a big get for Boynton, as he was able to get an incoming senior to transfer in despite OSU’s recent postseason ban. The Williams transfer doesn’t necessarily help OSU’s front court after the hit of Anei exiting, but Williams coming in allows the Pokes to space the floor for the likes of Cade Cunningham and Isaac Likekele to attack the basket, given they are on OSU’s roster at the start of the season.

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