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OSU basketball: Ole Miss guard Bryce Williams to transfer to Cowboys

STILLWATER — Oklahoma State coach Mike Boynton is wasting little time.

Center Yor Anei is out. Transfer guard Bryce Williams is in.

According to multiple reports, Williams, a guard at Ole Miss, will transfer to OSU and apply for immediate eligibility.

Williams’ commitment happened not long after news of Anei’s intent to transfer due to OSU’s one-year postseason ban implemented on June 5 by the NCAA.

Williams is a 6-foot-2, 180-pound Tampa, Florida, product who primarily came off the bench for Ole Miss last season. He averaged 13.3 minutes and 3.1 points per game. He did start against Butler and LSU.

A talented shooter, Williams shot 44 percent from 3-point range and 40.3 percent overall. 

Williams is the second transfer to join the Cowboys, following sharpshooter Ferron Flavors Jr. from Cal Baptist.

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Ole Miss guard Bryce Williams intends to transfer to Oklahoma State this season and apply for immediate eligibility. [Petre Thomas/USA TODAY Sports]

Ole Miss guard Bryce Williams intends to transfer to Oklahoma State this season and apply for immediate eligibility. [Petre Thomas/USA TODAY Sports]

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