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For a while, it looked as if Jared Terrell was going to play his college ball close to home.
Over the past few weeks, though, Travis Ford and the Oklahoma State Cowboys made a major run at the 6-foot-3 shooting guard.
Saturday afternoon, during his joint press conference at the Reggie Lewis Center with friend and summer teammate Abdul-Malik Abu, the Boston native who is prepping at Wolfeboro (N.H.) Brewster Prep announced that he will make his way to Stillwater for his college career.
Ranked No. 63 in the Rivals150, Terrell is one of the most physically punishing guards in the class of 2014. At 220 pounds, Terrell has a ripped frame and looks like he could arrive on campus and play strong safety without spending a minute in the weight room.
But, Terrell will be playing hoops and not football, and he is coming off of a strong summer. After plateauing a bit in his development, Terrell showed strides with his shooting, driving and diversifying his overall game. His bread and butter will remain his ability to power to the rim, but he's not solely dependent upon that aspect of his game.
Terrell is the Cowboys' first commitment from the class of 2014.
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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