Dexter Dennis, Wichita State transfer guard, announces SEC commitment
Dexter Dennis has decided to finish his college basketball career in the SEC. The Wichita State transfer guard announced his pledge to Texas A&M on Friday.
Gig ‘Em 🥷
— Dexter Dennis (@ldl_dex) May 13, 2022
Dennis is described as an athletic wing who can play as a stretch-four. A highlight reel dunker and knock-down 3-point shooter, Dennis is also an elite defender who can guard a variety of scorers at the 1-4 positions. Dennis stands at 6-5 but has a 6-9 wingspan.
Dennis will be using his extra year of eligibility from the COVID-19 waiver to play for Buzz Williams’ squad. Over 4 seasons, Dennis played in 112 games for the Shockers, including 94 starts, posting per-game averages of 8.8 points, 5 rebounds and 1.1 assists over 27.4 minutes. Dennis’ accolades include American Athletic Conference All-Freshman Team and AAC Player of the Week (March 8, 2021).
Earlier this month, Dennis named a final 6 that included Clemson, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Kansas State and Vanderbilt alongside Texas A&M.