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Oklahoma lands commitment from top 50 point guard from Texas

Lon Kruger

Oklahoma head coach Lon Kruger laughs during practice for a second-round game of the NCAA college basketball tournament, Thursday, March 21, 2013, in Philadelphia. Oklahoma is scheduled to play San Diego State on Friday. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)


Oklahoma has landed a commitment from Kameron McGusty, a top 40 player in the Class of 2016.

“Truly blessed to say that I have committed to the University of Oklahoma,” McGusty wrote on twitter. “Feels good to be a Sooner.”

McGusty is a 6-foot-4 guard from Texas that plays for the same Houston Defenders program that produced the Harrison twins and Kansas State’s Wesley Iwundu. He’s an athletic playmaker off the dribble, a point guard who looks to pass first and get his teammates involved. He was one of the biggest climbers this spring and summer, going from a high-major prospect to an elite, top 50-caliber player.

McGusty is the second commitment in Lon Kruger’s 2016 class, joining three-star small forward Kristian Doolittle.