Oklahoma State, with the departure of Kendall Smith after the conclusion of the season, is searching for their next point guard.
The Cowboys and Mike Boynton have been hot on the trail of four-star point guard, Courtney Ramey, over the last few months. Boynton was in attendance at the Missouri state title game yesterday to see Ramey, according to reports.
Oklahoma State’s Mike Boynton is watching Courtney Ramey during his state championship game today, per a source.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) March 17, 2018
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Boynton is on hand for top 50 guard Courtney Ramey @OKStateRivals— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) March 17, 2018
Ramey dropped 27 and grabbed six boards as Webster Groves repeated as state champions.
Ramey, a top-50 prospect from St. Louis, would likely contribute immediately should he end up in Stillwater. The Pokes are definitely in the hunt, but they’ll have to fend off fierce recruiting efforts from Brad Underwood at Illinois, and Cuonzo Martin at Missouri if they want to land Ramey’s talents.
He would join a backcourt with talented combo guard, Michael Weathers, and Indiana transfer Curtis Jones (available at semester). Should Oklahoma State land Ramey, they’d suddenly have a freakishly athletic backcourt on their hands.