two weeks ago Justin McBride said Sports Illustrated The school he will eventually commit to will be subject to intense scrutiny in the process of collecting his information.
On Wednesday, the versatile striker is 6’7″ forward Writing in an exclusive blog for SI, Oklahoma has thrived in all aspects under a magnifying glass.
McBride chose the Cowboys over Missouri and Arizona.
“It’s official. I’m committed to Oklahoma, and I’m so excited to be able to say that,” McBride Books. “For me, it comes down to two things: the coach [Mike] Boynton and their playing style.
McBride had a dominant summer with Drive Nation (Texas) playing at the weary Nike EYBL circuit, averaging 16.8 points and five rebounds per game.
McBride’s special blend of size, speed, and diverse skill set should marry perfectly with Boynton’s fast-paced attack, an observation McBride has made during countless hours of studying a movie on the Cowboys.
“They plan to use me in the role of a playmaker who can push the ball into the transition, get the bounce and go and be the guy who can take the hard shots,” McBride Books. “That’s what I did at Peach Jam, and that versatility is what can take you to the next level.”
McBride joins Brandon Garrison, Jamyron Keller and Connor Dow to form the 2023 class at Oklahoma State.
Read McBride’s Complete Commitment Blog over here.
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