The transfer portal is a major part of roster building in college athletics these days, and one that can be easily used to help fill holes and land talented players that didn’t work out at other spots. Oklahoma State head coach Mike Boynton is wisely active in the transfer portal, handing out offers and at least reaching out to a number of prospects that could make a big impact at OSU.
Saturday afternoon Oklahoma State point guard Avery Anderson III announced via social media that he is declaring for the 2021 NBA Draft. However, Anderson is leaving a pathway to return to OSU, He is declaring without signing an agent, which means he is free to return to Oklahoma State after the process should he so choose. Essentially, what this is is an opportunity for Anderson to see what the process is like.
Stillwater, OK - The Oklahoma State Cowboys avenged Thursday night's game one loss against the West Virginia Mountaineers with a decisive 7-2 win Friday night. West Virginia starting pitcher Adam Tulloch walked two and gave up a single, loading the bases before walking in the game’s first run. Oklahoma State added another run in the third after Carson McCusker smacked a double into the gap and off the right-centerfield wall and scored off an errant throw to put Oklahoma State up 2-0.