Oklahoma State transfer Cezar Guerrero lands at Fresno State

Cezar Guerrero should add some flash to the point guard position at Fresno State. (US Presswire)

It didn’t take long for Cezar Guerrero to find his next destination after leaving Oklahoma State last week.

The talented point guard took an official visit to Fresno State over the weekend, and the Bulldogs sealed the deal quickly. Guerrero will play for Rodney Terry and Fresno State.

Guerrero’s former AAU coach, Dinos Trigonis, informed CBSSports.com of the decision.

He also considered Washington State, Long Beach State, UTEP, New Mexico State, Cal State Fullerton and Cal State Northridge, according to Trigonis.

Last Monday, Guerrero suddenly announced he was departing from Oklahoma State – on the day classes began. He said he wanted to return home to California, in order to be closer to his mother. Guerrero had played effectively during the Cowboys’ preseason trip to Spain, averaging 8.8 points in four games.

The flashy 6-footer averaged 5.6 points and 1.6 assists last season.

Guerrero is just the latest talented prospect Terry has attracted to Fresno. Top-50 senior Robert Upshaw committed to the Bulldogs in April, while former Kansas signee Braeden Anderson will also suit up for Fresno State this fall. Allen Huddleston was a double-figure scorer at Pacific before transferring. The Mountain West is very good at the top this season, but Terry has the Bulldogs on the right track. 

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