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OSU Hoops: Chris Harris Jr. Enters the Transfer Portal

Harris is the sixth Cowboy to enter the portal this offseason.



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A promising, yet injury-plagued career in Stillwater appears to have come to an end.

Chris Harris Jr. joined the transfer portal on Friday according to multiple reports. He is the sixth Cowboy to do so this offseason.

Harris came to Oklahoma State as a four-star prospect and part of the Cowboys’ 2019 class but suffered a season-ending knee injury after 22 games in his freshman season. Harris rebounded and rehabbed to return for OSU’s season opener as a sophomore in 2020-21 but suffered another knee injury in the first half which benched him for the second-straight year. He missed all of 2021-22 as well but did return for this past season.

After playing a career-high 32 games in 2022-23, Harris suffered a third season-ending knee injury against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Tournament. He averaged 2.4 points per game, 1.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists this past season. The senior guard has two years of eligibility remaining.

Harris joins Avery Anderson (TCU), Kalib Boone (UNLV), Tyrrek Smith (SMU), Woody Newton (George Mason), and Moussa Cisse (portal) as Cowboys to have left the roster via the transfer portal this offseason. The Cowboys currently have the 12th-ranked class in the 2023 cycle according to 247 Sports.

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