Sport Oregon State Basketball: Beavers Land Commitment From 4-Star Forward Glenn Taylor Jr.

11:55  04 may  2021
11:55  04 may  2021 Source:   sbnation.com

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Glenn Taylor Jr., a four-star swingman in the class of 2021 from Compass Prep in Arizona, committed to Oregon State over New Mexico, via a post on his Twitter account late Monday night.

Wayne Tinkle holding a sign © Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Taylor Jr. is listed at 6’ 6”, 190 pounds and his commitment rides the impressive wave of recruiting momentum for Oregon State’s program, which has followed the team’s miraculous run to the Elite Eight in the recent NCAA Tournament.

Head coach Wayne Tinkle will add Taylor Jr., along with junior college transfer DaShawn Davis to the mix this winter, in addition to four Division I transfers, that include Tre Williams from Minnesota, Chol Marial from Maryland, Ahmad Rand from Memphis and Zxavier Malone-Key from Fairleigh Dickinson.

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