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.

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.