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OSU Basketball Updates Roster, Newcomers’ Measurements Announced

Some returners’ measurements changed, too.

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The OSU basketball Twitter account released a series of videos a few weeks back introducing the team’s newcomers and debuting what they’ll look like in their new threads.

Oklahoma State has since updated it’s roster, not only providing jersey numbers, but also heights and weights of players entering the 2022-23 season. Here is the full roster:

No. Name Height Weight Class Hometown/High School Former School
0 Avery Anderson III 6-3 158 Sr. Justin, Texas / Northwest HS
1 Bryce Thompson 6-6 194 Jr. Tulsa, Okla. / Booker T. Washington HS Kansas
2 Chris Harris Jr. 6-2 223 Sr. Dallas, Texas / South Garland HS
4 Woody Newton 6-9 195 Jr. District Heights, Md. / Mt. Zion Prep Syracuse
5 Caleb Asberry 6-3 165 R-Sr. Pflugerville, Texas / Pflugerville High School Texas State
13 Quion Williams 6-4 208 Fr. Jonesboro, Ark. / Jonesboro High School
15 Carson Sager 6-4 207 Jr. Wichita Falls, Texas / Rider HS
21 Brooks Manzer 6-3 190 So. Edmond, Okla. / Edmond Memorial HS
22 Kalib Boone 6-9 198 Sr. Tulsa, Okla. / Memorial HS
23 Tyreek Smith 6-9 217 R-Jr. Baton Rouge, La. / Trinity Christian HS Texas Tech
24 Russell Harrison 6-5 182 Gr. Lubbock, Texas / Monterey High School ULM
25 Bernard Kouma 6-10 240 Sr. N’Djamena, Chad, Africa / Our Saviour Lutheran HS South Plains College
33 Moussa Cisse 7-1 216 Jr. Conakry, Guinea / Memphis
35 Weston Church 6-3 180 Jr. Fairview, Okla. / Fairview HS
51 John-Michael Wright 6-1 190 Sr. Fayetteville, N.C. / Fayetteville Academy High Point
The New Guys

It appears there might be some cloning apparatus in the bowels of Gallagher-Iba Arena. Isaac Likekele might be gone to Ohio State, but there aren’t too many differences body-wise between Likekele and freshman Quion Williams. They’re even rocking the same number. On last season’s roster, Likekele was listed at 6-foot-5, 215 pounds, meaning he has an inch and 7 pounds on Williams. When Likekele was a freshman, though, he was listed at 6-4, 210 — just 2 pounds heavier than Williams.

John-Michael Wright has a unique number, going with No. 51. He wore No. 1 at High Point where he averaged 18.4 points a game last season. On High Point’s roster, Wright was listed at 6-foot, 186 pounds, getting a boost of an inch and 4 added pounds since joining the Cowboys.

Caleb Asberry will rock the same No. 5 he wore at Texas State last season, where he averaged 13.6 points a game. Texas State listed Asberry at 6-3, 170 pounds, meaning he is down 5 pounds on OSU’s roster.

Russell Harrison is also sticking with No. 24 after averaging 13.1 points a game in it at UL-Monroe last season. The Warhawks had Harrison at 6-7, 200 pounds. He is listed smaller as a Cowboy at 6-5, 182.

The Returners

Woody Newton is the only returner to switch numbers, going from No. 24 last season to No. 4. However, there were some height and weight fluctuations on the updated roster. A lot of guys are listed lighter. Maybe these weigh-ins came in the morning after a hard cardio session.

Avery Anderson — 6-3, 170 ➡️ 6-3, 158
Bryce Thompson — 6-5, 195 ➡️ 6-6, 194
Chris Harris — 6-2, 200 ➡️ 6-2, 223
Kalib Boone — 6-9, 210 ➡️ 6-9, 198
Tyreek Smith — 6-7, 220 ➡️ 6-9, 217
Moussa Cisse — 7-0, 225 ➡️ 7-1, 216

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