Oklahoma State basketball added its fourth recruit to the 2014-15 class with the signing of Jared Terrell on Thursday.
Terrell, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound guard, is originally from Weymouth High School in Weymouth, Mass., but attends Brewster Academy in New Hampshire. Terrell is ranked as high as No. 36 nationally by Future150.com and is the No. 5 fifth-year player according to HoopScoop.com.
Terrell selected the Cowboys over Cincinnati, Rhode Island and Providence.
“He’s a great addition to our team,” Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford said via press release. “He’s a big, strong guard who can put it on the floor and get to the rim. He’s got a very good mid-range game as well, and can step out and make the three.”
Oklahoma State adds Terrell to a class of Jeff Newberry (6-2, 180), Bixby native Mitchell Solomon (6-9, 220) and Joe Burton (6-6, 205).