Former Rowlett standout Jeffrey Carroll will leave Oklahoma State



Carroll’s season came to an end last week when the Cowboys fell to Michigan in the NCAA Tournament opener, 92 91. Carroll had 19 points in the loss. Carroll was one of the most improved players int he nation this season, improving his scoring average from 8.2 points per game his sophomore year to 17.5 points per game this year.

Carroll was selected to the NABC All District team, earning first team honors. He finished the season with the highest field goal percentage of any guard int he Big 12 conference (53.7 percent) and was the third leading scorer in the conference (17.5 points per game). He was a sniper from beyond the arc, shooting 44.4 percent from 3 point, fourth best in school history.

Carroll was a standout at Rowlett, averaging 22.3 points and 6.7 rebounds per game his senior year, good enough to be named a first team Class 5A All Region II selection by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches. Rowlett had an overall record of 26 4 his senior year and won a district championship.

“First off, I want to thank all of the fans who have reached out to me this season,” Carroll said. “You guys are the reason wholesale jerseys
Oklahoma State is my home, and why I never want to play for another school. We were able to accomplish so much last season, and my growth on and off the court has put me one step closer to realizing my childhood dream of playing in the NBA. At this time, I think I would be silly to not test the NBA waters and seek the advice of actual NBA personnel, but I will do so without hiring an agent. If their advice is that I return to college for my final year, I will proudly put on that Cowboy jersey and give my all for Oklahoma State.”

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