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High Noon Highlights (12/2): Grayson Boomer reportedly enters transfer portal

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Grayson Boomer enters transfer portal:

Oklahoma State’s highest rated recruit will enter his name into the transfer portal according to Boomer missed this season with a torn ACL and now can redshirt.

Coming out of high school, 247Sports Midlands Region Recruiting Analyst Gabe Brooks felt Boomer projected to be a day two player in the NFL Draft.

Boomer was the first commitment for the Cowboys in the 2019 class as he announced his verbal commit on Nov. 4, 2017. He picked Oklahoma State over reported offers from Arkansas, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Texas A&M and Texas. He was Oklahoma State’s highest-ranked player in the 2019 class and a member of the Top247. {}

At this point, it’s important to note that the article states that just because Boomer entered his name doesn’t mean that he will leave. It basically just means he wants to explore his options. This leaves Oklahoma State with cowboy backs Dayton Metcalf, Logan Carter, Jelani Woods and Valek Cisneros.

James Washington makes amazing grab in Sunday Night Football:

Former Oklahoma State wide receiver James Washington made this impressive catch for a touchdown in last night’s game against the Browns.

The Steelers would go on to win the game 20-13.

Cade Cunningham was impressive in Hoopsfest:

over the weekend Oklahoma State commit Cade Cunningham played some great game with soon-to-be coach Mike Boynton on the sidelines. Oklahoma State fans are pretty excited to get this kid to Stillwater.

In a return to his home area, Cade Cunningham gave the hometown fans a treat during two blowout wins for Montverde (Fla.) Academy.

Look, there’s really nothing new to say with Cunningham has everybody knows the deal by now. He’s big, he’s strong, he’s incredibly skilled and what helps to set him apart from the others is that he doesn’t take nights off and he’s not at all interested in making friends out there on the floor. He had 12 points, nine rebounds and five assists in just 17 minutes on Saturday night and could have put up just about any number you wanted to. But, the game was a very easy 98-46 win over traditional Houston power Yates and there’s a lot of talent on his team that coach Kevin Boyle has to keep happy.

He may be a legitimate National Player of the Year candidate as a freshman at Oklahoma State and it’s easy to see why Mike Boynton was smiling big court side. {}

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