When you host “America’s Greatest Homecoming,” you have a perfect opportunity every year to show recruits just what goes on in Stillwater. That was the case this past weekend, with Coach Mike Boynton and Co. playing host to a long list of basketball prospects.
Oklahoma State players and coaches putting on a show during “Homecoming and Hoops” definitely couldn’t have hurt their efforts.
2019 commits Kalib and Keylan Boone made another stop in Stillwater. But let’s focus more on the 2020 and 2021 prospects making official and unofficial visits this weekend.
4-Star Point Guard Davonte Davis
There was one official visit this weekend, in 4-star point guard Davontae Davis. The 6-foot-2, 150-pound point guard from Jacksonville, Arkansas also made an unofficial visit to Stillwater this summer. As of now, Davis has six offers including Arkansas, Oregon, Auburn, SMU, Southern Miss, and Abilene Christian. OSU has yet to offer, and yet, two of the three 247 Sports Crystal Ball predictions have the Cowboys as the favorite. I expect an offer to come soon.
4-Star Small Forward Henry Coleman
Coleman, a 6-foot-6, 180-pound small forward from Richmond, Virginia, made an unofficial visit to Stillwater. He currently has 18 offers including OSU, Kansas, West Virginia, Virginia, Pittsburgh, N.C. State, Vanderbilt, Georgetown, and Maryland, among others. Check out some of his highlights here.
4-Star Point Guard Mike Miles
Miles, an incredibly talented point guard from Lancaster, Texas, was on an unofficial visit to Stillwater. The 5-foot-11, 150-pound prospect currently has six offers including OSU, TCU, LSU, Houston, SMU, and Old Dominion. The Cowboys we’re Miles’ second offer all the way back in February of 2017, so they’ve been high on him for awhile.
4-Star Shooting Guard Bryce Thompson
The number one player in the state of Oklahoma for 2020 making his umpteenth visit to Stillwater. The 6-foot-2, 170-pound guard from Booker T. Washington in Tulsa, Ok has ten offers, but it’s felt for some time like Kansas and Oklahoma State are in the two schools with the best chance to land him. If you want to know why OSU fans and coaches want him in Stillwater so much, take a look at his highlights here.
3-Star Shooting Guard Rondel Walker
Walker, the talented shooting guard from Putnam City West High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is one of the two best players in the state for 2020, depending on the ranking system. As of now, just three schools — Oklahoma State, Utah, and Rutgers — have made Walker an offer, but I would be shocked if that list doesn’t grow. Check out his highlight reel here.
Shooting Guard Trey Alexander
Point Guard Bijan Cortes
Point Guard Devon Barnes
Small Forward Matt Stone
Point Guard Brayon Freeman
Point Guard Wade Taylor