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OSU Basketball Forward Keylan Boone Transferring to Pacific

Keylan is headed west.



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While one Boone is staying at OSU, another is leaving (and a third is at home writing a story about the other two).

Kalib Boone announced earlier this offseason he’s coming back to OSU in 2022, but twin brother Keylan Boone, who announced a transfer last month, revealed Monday he’s officially leaving to join Pacific’s basketball program next season.

Boone averaged a career-high 6.0 points as a junior last season and shot 30.8% from 3-point range for his career. He played a career-high 17.9 minutes per game last season as well, but was never quite able to regularly break into OSU’s starting lineup.

Boone signed with OSU in 2019 as a three-star recruit out of Tulsa Memorial High School rated as the No. 375 overall recruit nationally and the No. 3 player in the state of Oklahoma.

He becomes the second OSU transfer to announce his next destination, quickly following up Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe’s commitment to Georgia. Donovan Williams is the only OSU transfer left in the portal.

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