WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Grant Sherfield, a 6'2" combo guard originally from Wichita, announced on Twitter that he will be commiting to play basketball at Wichita State beginning in the fall.
Sherfield is seen as a unanimous four-star prospect by recruiting sites nationwide, including being listed as the #110 overall prospect by Rivals and #135 by 247Sports.
Sherfield grew up in Wichita but moved to Texas during elementary school, coming back to Kansas before his senior year of High School to play for Sunrise Christian. With the Buffaloes, he lead the team in scoring averaging 15.6 points per game, also grabbing 3.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists per contest. Sherfield finished as a 38% three point shooter.
The future Shocker originally signed with UCLA, but decommitted following the firing of head coach Steve Alford in December.
The announcement means the Shockers have now filled four of their five open spots on next year's team. The expected transfers of Ricky Torres and Rod Brown opened up two spots last week, one of those now filled by Sherfield. He joins fellow four-star prospect Tyson Etienne, ranked #121 by Rivals, and three-star prospects Noah Fernandes and DeAntoni Gordon in the 2019 recruiting class.