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Posted On: 10/10/17 2:48 PM
With two more commitments from Oklahoma players in the 2018 Class this past weekend, four of the top five players are committed to Division I programs. Mason Harrell is the only player in the 2018 Oklahoma top five that is not committed to a school. The top ten still has six players featured who have not committed.
Below Prep Hoops Oklahoma breaks down players in the top 15 of the 2018 Class who are still not committed out of the Oklahoma 2018 Class.
Mason Harrell Carl Albert Point Guard
Harrell is a shifty, quick Point Guard that thrives off of creating offense for himself and others. He looks to continue to prove doubters wrong with a strong senior season. Harrell will likely be an April signee.
Caleb Huffman Broken Arrow Point Guard
Huffman might be the most talented player in the Oklahoma 2018 Class. He has high upside and potential. Huffman will look to improve his decision making with the ball in his hands this high school season. There are a lot of Low Major Division I programs interested in Huffman.
David Ward Webster Wing
Ward had an up and down summer. However, one thing is for sure there are a lot of Low Major Division I schools looking for what he can do especially with his size on the Wing at 6’5, 6’6. Ward can fill it up from the outside. He will look to make a statement this season for Webster as their leader. Look for Ward to probably be an April signee.
Braden Boyer Broken Arrow Post
Boyer had a monster summer with BTR rising his stock to project to the High Division II to Low Major Division I level. He has his pick of the litter with Division II programs. What it will come down to is he okay with waiting until April or does he want to sign early? Boyer needs to add more weight but has some significant upside in the Post.
Carson Meier Shawnee Wing
Meier has improved the most of any player in the 2018 Class from his freshman season to now. The improvement of Meier speaks to his work ethic, which will bode well for him in college. Meier can score at all three levels with the versatility to play any of the Wing spots at 6’5. He is hearing from a ton of schools, however, holds no Division I offers at this point. Meier will probably be a player who waits until April giving him the season at Shawnee to have more opportunity for a Division I offer to come along.
Colt Savage Sand Springs Combo Guard
Savage is a 6’5 Combo Guard that can play the 1, 2 or 3. He has a good list of Division II offers with some Division I interest from a couple of schools. Savage can score it at all three levels and makes his teammates around him better.
Jacob Ogle Norman Wing
Ogle is a long, lanky 6’6 Wing with upside due to his size and ability to shoot the ball at a high level. The most significant thing for Ogle is becoming consistent. The upside of Ogle is intriguing and his several schools interested in him.
Mo Wilson Northwest Classen Wing
Wilson had a great summer showing off his unique skill set to fit in and succeed wherever his team needed him. At 6’5 with an extremely long wingspan, Wilson is a great glue guy. He is the type of player that every team needs to be successful. Wilson is hearing a lot from Division II programs. If he opted for the JUCO route, Wilson could undoubtedly be a sought-after Division I recruit.
Josh Robinson Broken Arrow Wing
Robinson is an intriguing player that will be fun to follow. He recently moved from Texas to Broken Arrow. Robinson has some schools brewing but looks to be a guy that signs in April probably. He is extremely athletic with great speed. Robinson might be one of the top JUCO recruits in the state. With a strong showing this season he could rise to the Division I level.
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