Chris Harris Jr., a four-star shooting guard prospect from Garland, Texas, has committed to the Oklahoma State men's basketball team.
Harris, a former Texas A&M commit, narrowed down his recommitment to OSU and defending national runner-up Texas Tech, and officially announced his commitment to OSU in an announcement ceremony Thursday afternoon. The NCAA released Harris from his original commitment to Texas A&M after the Aggies fired their coach, Billy Kennedy.
OSU coach Mike Boynton and the Cowboys had three scholarships available after the recently announced transfer of freshman forward Duncan Demuth, and Boynton and his staff made an aggressive push toward landing Harris.
Harris is listed as the 13th best recruit out of Texas and the No. 113 ranked prospect in the 2019 class by 247sports.
OSU brings in an already talented recruiting class with the likes of Marcus Watson, Avery Anderson, and Kelan and Kalib Boone. Harris' commitment raises OSU's class to the 20th highest in the nation, per 247sports.
OSU still has two available scholarships remaining.