Oklahoma State signee Jared Terrell has received a release from his letter of intent with the Cowboys, his AAU coach told CBSSports.com.
"Not a good fit at this time," Expressions Elite coach Ty Boswell said in a text message.
Terrell, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard from Brewster Academy (N.H.), committed to Oklahoma State back in September. He chose the Cowboys over Rhode Island, while Providence and Cincinnati were also heavily involved.
Now back on the market, Terrell becomes one of the best available prospects in the class of 2014. His strength and ability to score the ball will be attractive to colleges, especially at this stage of the recruiting cycle.
Terrell is ranked No. 65 in the 247Sports Composite.