Former Ohio State basketball commit Braxton Beverly has signed a financial aid agreement with N.C. State, the school announced Friday.
A three-star point guard recruit from Hargrave Military Academy, Beverly previously committed to play for Thad Matta but decommitted from the Buckeyes last month after the hiring of new coach Chris Holtmann.
"I am excited to have Braxton join our program," N.C. State coach Kevin Keatts said in a release. "Braxton can really stretch the floor with his shooting ability and is tremendous coming off ball screens. He's been at one of the premier prep schools in the country for the last two years, and will be an asset both on and off the floor for us here at NC State."
Without Beverly, Ohio State's recruiting class of 2017 consists of three players: Kyle Young, Kaleb Wesson and Musa Jallow.