Oklahoma State guard Terrel Harris, who was suspended indefinitely by head coach Travis Ford in April, has been reinstated to the team.
"I am very pleased to have Terrel back on our basketball team," Ford said. "He has proven to me this summer that he is doing whatever it takes to be a part of this program. He has had a very productive summer and is making himself a better person, both on and off the court. Hopefully, he will make the most of his second opportunity."
Ford suspended Harris for a violation of team rules the week after the coach was hired at OSU.
Harris, who will be one of three seniors on the team, played in all 33 games last season and started 20. he averaged 10.5 points and 4.2 rebounds per game.
OSU started classes on Monday and practice begins Oct. 17.