Mike Boynton and the Oklahoma State staff hinted all weekend that big news was imminent, and on Sunday, their premonitions proved true as 7-foot-1 center prospect Isaiah Miranda, a former four-star recruit who is transferring from NC State, announced he has committed to the Cowboys over a variety of other offers and interest that included Georgetown and Kentucky, among others.
The commitment moves OSU one step closer to finalizing its 2023-24 roster and gives the team size and skill in the frontcourt alongside incoming big man Brandon Garrison.
Here’s how social media reacted to the big news on Sunday. (Tweets below are linked, but screenshot and not embedded, because Twitter coding for embeds is broken into oblivion at the moment. Thanks, Elon.)
Adam Zagoria called the commitment a “great get.”
Cade Webb went with the classic “massive get.”
Jon Walker shared an in-depth analysis of what it means for the roster on the whole, which is very helpful:
Joe Budzelek, who covers college hoops and recruiting, broke it down this way:
Incoming OSU freshman Eric Dailey Jr. seemed to take the news with some excitement: