OSU men's basketball class of 2005

Oklahoman Published: March 3, 2009
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Where are they now?
In 2005, Oklahoma State signed the country’s No. 1-ranked basketball recruiting class. Only seniors Byron Eaton and Terrel Harris remain at OSU. Here’s a look at where the rest of the players are now.

Torre Johnson: Johnson was OSU’s second-leading scorer in his one year in Stillwater. After being dismissed from the team, he transferred to Wisconsin-Milwaukee, but he was kicked off that team after an arrest for a domestic disturbance last season.

Jamaal Brown: Despite leaving the team before his senior season, the junior-college transfer graduated from OSU in 2007. Current players said they believe Brown now lives in Chicago.

Keith Brumbaugh: Brumbaugh, who was Florida’s Mr. Basketball coming out of high school, was considered one of the top recruits in the nation. But the NCAA flagged a test score, and Brumbaugh never played in an OSU game. He has been in trouble with the law, spending 70 days in jail for a drug arrest and also reportedly having issues with shoplifting, guns and a domestic disturbance. He is currently playing for Sioux Falls in the NBA Developmental League.



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