Basketball standout Allonzo Trier announced on Twitter this week that he plans to move out of Oklahoma for his upcoming junior season of high school basketball.
Trier, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard ranked by Rivals.com as the 35th best player in the 2015 class, has scholarship offers from all four state schools and several top programs across the country.
“I will be transferring schools and moving out of Oklahoma,” Trier tweeted. “Where I am transferring has not been confirmed yet but I won’t be here in OK.”
Trier is originally from Seattle and briefly lived in Dallas before moving to Oklahoma City as an eighth grader. He played two seasons for the homeschool OKC Storm. He averaged 30 points per game for NOAH, the Tulsa-based homeschool program, last season.