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Highlights of Cade Cunningham’s visit to Oklahoma State

We recap what could be the biggest basketball recruiting weekend in Oklahoma State history.

High School Basketball: JUN 02 Pangos All-American Camp Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Five-star recruit Cade Cunningham made his official visit to Oklahoma State this past Friday.

Cunningham, the second-highest rated recruit in the 2020 class, had an eventful visit that included a tour of OSU’s athletic and academic facilities, a slam dunk at Gallagher-Iba Arena and a close view of the Cowboys’ 56-14 victory over McNeese.

Here are the highlights from Cunningham’s busy weekend in Stillwater:


Cunningham’s visit to Gallagher-Iba allowed him to showcase his dunking abilities:

That video, courtesy of @tavin214 on Instagram, also features OSU Sophomore Isaac Likekele. Likekele and Cunningham are from the same city and both played on Team USA in the FIBA U19 World Cup this summer.

Credit to @tavin214 on Instagrams

Best Seat in the House

Being a five-star recruit has it’s benefits. Cunningham was given VIP access to OSU’s home opener vs. McNeese State.

With a 56-14 victory and a sold out Boone Pickens Stadium (55,509 strong!), both Cowboy football and OSU fans did their part in making this a great experience for Cunningham.

Supporting Cast

Cunningham wasn’t the only highly touted recruit in Stillwater this weekend.

Both Rondel Walker and JT Thor, two four-star recruits, also visited Oklahoma State this Friday.

Walker is a 6 foot 2 shooting guard from Putnam City West High School in Oklahoma City. He’s the second-highest rated player from Oklahoma in the 2020 class and the No. 16 SG in the country.

Thor is a 6 foot 8 power forward from Norcross High School in Georgia. He’s the third-highest rated Georgian player and the 47th best player in the U.S.

Well, “What y’all think?”

Cunningham posted this Instagram story shortly following the conclusion of his

This photo features Cunningham’s family, most notably his brother Cannen, who joined Oklahoma State’s coaching staff back in June.