STILLWATER, Okla.- An OSU basketball player, who was expected to become a star, is not taking the court with team for Monday night’s game because of “disciplinary reasons.”
Stevie Clark, who is a guard for OSU’s basketball team, will not play against South Florida on Monday.
Clark, who was a standout at Douglass High School, signed with the Cowboys last November after being heavily recruited by UCLA and Baylor.
As a junior in high school, he averaged 25 points and 11 assists.
As a senior, he was also named the top high school player in the state.
Since being with the Pokes, Clark has played and made an impact in four games.
So far this season, Clark is averaging 9.8 points per game and five assists.
Monday afternoon, experts analyzed one of Clark’s tweets to mean that he may be quitting the team.
Shortly after that, Clark also tweeted that he was packing for a long trip.
Reports from the Tulsa World say that Clark is not playing with the Cowboys Monday night for “disciplinary reasons.”
However, those reports also say that Clark has not been dismissed from the team.