Aug 29, 2012, 5:50 PM EDT
Fresno State continues to stockpile talent as they prepare for their transition to the Mountain West Conference, as former Oklahoma State guard Cezar Guerrero has decided to transfer into the program.
Guerrero averaged 5.6 points and 1.6 assists for the Cowboys as a freshman, but proved himself to be a capable scorer when he gets on a roll. He was a top 75 recruit coming out of high school.
More importantly, however, the Bulldogs are starting to stockpile some talent. Former Kansas signee Braeden Anderson, who was ineligible last year, will be able to play at the school this season, as will Robert Upshaw, a top 75 recruit that originally signed with Kansas State. Those two alone should give Fresno State one of the best front lines in the conference in the near future.
Also eligible this year will be Pacific transfer Allen Huddleston, who averaged 11.1 points as a sophomore with the Tigers, and three-star freshmen Broderick Newbill and Marvelle Harris.
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