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Ole Miss Transfer Bryce Williams Declared Immediately Eligible

Add another ready piece to the Cowboys’ backcourt.



Photo: Bruce Waterfield, OSU athletics

The Cowboys are expected to be a deep team in 2020-21, and they became even deeper Friday.

Bryce Williams received a waiver to become immediately eligible, first reported by Jon Rothstein and confirmed by PFB. Williams transferred from Ole Miss this offseason, committing to Oklahoma State on June 16.

A 6-foot-2, 180-pound shooting guard, Williams averaged just 3.1 points per game last season with the Rebels, but he did shoot an excellent 44 percent from deep.

Williams is originally out of Tampa, Florida, where now-OSU assistant Erik Pastrana recruited him to Daytona State. In his two seasons at the junior college level, Williams averaged 14.9 points a game.

Williams, a senior, adds to a Cowboy backcourt stuffed with talent with Cade Cunningham, Isaac Likekele, Avery Anderson, Chris Harris, Ferron Flavors, Rondel Walker and Donovan Williams all ready to go.

Bryce Williams’ 3-point shot will likely be his biggest attribute on the offensive end of the floor with Cunningham and Likekele excelling when driving and kicking.

As things stand, the Cowboys are set to begin their season against Green Bay on Nov. 10 in Gallagher-Iba Arena.

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