Oklahoma State picks up four-star forward

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Oklahoma State picked up its second commitment in as many days on Monday as athletic, four-star forward Cameron McGriff pledged to the Cowboys.

The 6-foot-7 native of Texas is one of the bounciest members of the Class of 2016 and he checks in at No. 114 overall in the latest Rivals150. A run-and-jump athlete who thrives in transition, McGriff is also a good rebounder for his size and he’s tough enough to play with physicality against bigger players.

During this spring and summer, McGriff ran with Urban DFW in the adidas Gauntlet and averaged 9.5 points and 6.2 rebounds per game. Although he needs to improve his jump shot, McGriff has the athletic traits and motor to contribute at the Big 12 level. Oklahoma State was able to land McGriff over his other finalist of Arkansas.

McGriff joins guard Thomas Dziagwa in Oklahoma State’s Class of 2016 recruiting haul. Dziagwa, a three-star guard from Florida, committed to Oklahoma State on Sunday.