It was essentially a three-team race for the top unsigned point guard, and Cezar Guerrero has settled on one of those teams.
Guerrero, out of Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco High School, is headed to Oklahoma State over Oklahoma and Iowa.
"Cezar developed a great relationship with Coach Ford, who is a former point guard," said Guerrero's travel team coach Dinos Trigonis of the Belmont Shores basketball club. "Also LeBryan Nash going there means a great piece will be there. And Cezar knows of J.P. Olukemi through our program. They came close to making the tournament this year, and Cezar wants to help them get there."
Trigonis also mentioned the impact that the firing of Jeff Capel had on pushing Guerrero to the other major in-state school.
Guerrero, who is the No. 61 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, is a dynamic scorer with charisma at 6-feet tall.