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UNT Transfer Guard Tylor Perry Eliminates OSU From Consideration

OSU is no longer in the mix to land one of the top transfers in the market.



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Oklahoma State was among the short list of schools UNT transfer point guard Tylor Perry was considering as a next destination as recently as a week ago, but the Cowboys are no longer in the mix. Perry, the reigning Conference USA Player of the Year, announced on Tuesday that he has trimmed his list and still has two Big 12 schools in consideration, but neither are Oklahoma State.

His four finalists are Kansas State, Texas Tech (where his former coach at UNT was just hired), Ole Miss and Florida.

OSU missed out on the No. 1 recruit in the state of Oklahoma on Tuesday in 2024 guard David Castillo, who chose Kansas State over OSU and Kansas, and it wouldn’t surprise if the Wildcats were again disrupting OSU’s plans in the recruiting realm with Perry, too. K-State has been heavily involved in the transfer market for point guards including ORU star Max Abmas, who appears leaning towards Texas, and Perry, who for my money will land at either Texas Tech or Kansas State.

OSU has the No. 12 overall incoming recruiting class for the 2023 cycle led by in-state stars Brandon Garrison and Connor Dow, but despite numerous departures either because expired eligibility or transfers, OSU thus far has not yet pulled anyone in from the transfer portal for next season — though OSU remains involved with a number of targets.

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