COLUMBUS, Ohio – Jamari Wheeler, who played four seasons at Penn State, will use his final year of eligibility to play for Chris Holtmann and the Buckeyes in 2021-22.
Wheeler, a 6-1 guard from Live Oak, Florida, played in 127 games in State College. He averaged nearly seven points and more than four rebounds while handing out 88 assists a year ago. He also was credited with 44 steals.
For his career to date, Wheeler has scored 480 points, grabbed 376 rebounds and has 332 assists and 191 steals.
🙌Welcome to Buckeye Nation!
We’ve officially added Senior guard @Jamariwheeler5 to the team! Jamari played four years at Penn State and was named to the All-Big Ten Defensive Team the past two seasons. pic.twitter.com/O79lLEmSA2
— Ohio State Hoops (@OhioStateHoops) April 6, 2021