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High Noon Highlights (7/28): Oklahoma State finding most of 2021 recruiting class from within Oklahoma

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Oklahoma State not going far for 2021 recruiting class:

24/7 Sports did an article highlights some Oklahoma members of OSU’s latest recruiting class.

Oklahoma State has landed 12 commitments in the 2021 recruiting cycle and half of them hail from in-state high schools. Three of the top five players in Oklahoma State’s class are homegrown talent, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite. However, the Top247 rankings reveal that those three players are four-star prospects ranked in the nation’s top 240 players in the 2021 cycle and sit atop the Cowboys’ class, which is ranked No. 49 nationally and sixth in the Big 12 Conference.{24/7}

The search for an opening opponent:

Pokes Reports gives an update on the hunt for a replacement for Oregon State.

The rumors for over a week have had Alabama playing BYU. However, Brigham Young athletic director Tom Holmoe realizes he has options.

“You’ve got to look at it this way,” Holmoe said to The Deseret without mentioning any school. “You’ve got to look at it this way. It might take me a year, a year-and-a-half, to put together a schedule normally. When those two conferences, the Big Ten and the Pac-12, announced that they were going to conference (play) only and opened up games, you are talking about not just me, but most of those coaches and athletic directors who had their games cancelled, had to start sprinting.{Pokes Report}

New fire Spencer Sanders video:

The Oklahoma State video department has outdid themselves, This is an awesome hype video.

Around the Big 12:

Iowa State replaces Iowa with Ball State

Recruiting update

OU Season Opener moved up

Around Sports:

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Irving to help WNBA players sitting out

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