Sidorakis Stays in State

Nick Sidorakis was looking at schools outside of Oklahoma such as Virginia and West Virginia, but at the end of the day, the junior guard opted to stay close to home.

Jenks High (Okla.) 6-foot-5, 180-pound junior guard Nick Sidorakis is staying in the state.

Sidorakis, who averaged 14.6 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.2 assists this past season, committed to Oklahoma State, according to the Tulsa World.

He also considered Tulsa, Oklahoma, Wichita State and Virginia.

"Just the family atmosphere, how they accepted you," Sidorakis told the Tulsa World. "The atmosphere and Gallagher is what really got me. When I walked in the gym and you are hearing all those fans screaming, it's a good feeling."

"He's got the best vision of anybody I have ever coached," Jenks coach Clay Martin told the Tulsa World. "And I haven't coached that long, but I have coached at a lot of different levels, and he is two steps ahead of everyone else on the court with his vision ... He always finds guys before they are open. It's really a neat deal when your best player is also your most humble player. But they are getting a kid who is going to compete, and he is going to represent the university in a first-class way."

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