Trey Reeves, a junior on the Oklahoma State basketball team, was placed on scholarship, the team announced today. The team Tweeted out a cool video of the moment Reeves found out.
— Cowboy Basketball (@OSUMBB) November 9, 2018
The scholarship is for only the 2018-19 season, a team spokesman confirmed with PFB, as the Cowboys had an opening. The Cowboys are in a bit of a scholarship bind next season, as OSU has four committed prospects, but at this time only three available scholarships.
Reeves, the son of OSU legend Bryant “Big Country” Reeves, has played in 17 games while at OSU, scoring two points against Arkansas last season. In his career, he also has five rebounds. Reeves earned Academic All-Big 12 honors in his first two seasons after having a 4.0 GPA as a freshman and sophomore.
Here are some Tweets about it from Reeves, OSU coach Mike Boynton and Cameron McGriff, a team captain.
Can’t begin to express how grateful I am for this! Extremely blessed to be part of such an extraordinary program! Love you guys!!! https://t.co/kXZtr0vcwj
— Trey Reeves (@ReevesTrey) November 9, 2018
— Mike Boynton (@thacoachmike) November 9, 2018
— cameron (@cameron_mcgriff) November 9, 2018