Oklahoma Sooners among top 10 for Oral Roberts transfer forward Kevin Obanor

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Oklahoma Sooners head basketball coach Porter Moser had plenty of work to do when he accepted the job. Taking over for the retired Lon Kruger, Moser had to completely rebuild his roster with so many leaving through the transfer portal and NBA draft. The top three scorers from a season ago are now moving on. Austin Reaves declared for the NBA draft, and both De’Vion Harmon and Brady Manek put their names in the transfer portal.

Moser has done a good job of adding talent to the team through the portal and there could be yet another top transfer heading to Norman, Oklahoma. Top transfer Kevin Obanor of Oral Roberts has listed the Sooners among his top 10 schools.

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While no official date has been set for his announcement, it is expected to come soon. The Sooners are joined by fellow Big 12 school Texas Tech among the final list. Despite the fact that Chris Beard left Lubbock for Austin to become the head coach for the Texas Longhorns, the Red Raiders are still a premier basketball program.

Obanor is a 6’8″ forward that averaged 18.7 points and 9.6 rebounds per game. He was as close to a walking double-double as you might find in the portal at this point in the process.

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