Micah Parrish

Buckeyes Land Commitment From SDSU Transfer Forward Micah Parrish

San Diego State senior forward Micah Parrish (6-6 195) announced on social media Saturday that he has committed to Ohio State and head coach Jake Diebler.

Parrish is originally from Michigan and played his first two years of college basketball at Oakland before transferring to San Diego State, where he spent the last two years of his career.

Parrish has one final year of eligibility and will be using it at Ohio State.

As a senior last year, he averaged 9.3 points per game, which is also his career scoring average.

He started 57 of his 59 games at Oakland, scoring a career-high 12.1 points per game as a sophomore. In his first year at San Diego State he came off the bench in all but one game but scored 7.4 points per game and 3.6 rebounds per game.

Parrish shot .390 from the floor last year, including .292 from three-point territory. He is viewed as one of the top wing defenders in the transfer portal.

Jake Diebler has now added three players via the portal. Parrish joins South Carolina guard Meechie Johnson and Kentucky post player Aaron Bradshaw.

Ohio State currently has 12 scholarship players, which means they have one more spot for another transfer.

[Micah Parrish header photo courtesy of SDSU athletics.]

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