Virtually as soon Oklahoma State lost a player to a transfer Tuesday, the Cowboys gained one.
Bryce Williams will head to OSU following his junior season in Oxford at Ole Miss, according to 247 Sports.
Williams, a 6-foot-2 guard, made 40.3-percent of his field goal attempts including 44-percent of his three-pointers last season. Williams started his career at Daytona State College where he was coach by current OSU assistant coach Erik Pastrana, who tweeted this out following the report.
#LetsWork #NewEra pic.twitter.com/DKQkWmPYJF— Erik Pastrana (@ErikPastrana) June 16, 2020
OSU head coach Mike Boynton added a Tweet of his own:
Don’t flinch. Just work— Mike Boynton (@thacoachmike) June 16, 2020