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Posted On: 05/4/18 1:34 PM
The 2019 prospect rankings in the state of Oklahoma are loaded with talent from the top to the bottom. Several prospects have been able to pick up scholarship offers this Spring. This list compiles every player that has an offer heading into the Summer.
Kalib Boone Post (Committed to Oklahoma State)
Oklahoma State|Tulsa|Oral Roberts
Boone enters the summer dominating on the Under Armour Circuit. He is making Mike Boynton look like a genius with his great performances. Boone will enter the Prep Hoops National Prospect Rankings when the 2019 Class updates.
Keylan Boone Wing (Committed to Oklahoma State)
Boone enters the summer fully committed to the Cowboys with his twin brother Kalib. Throughout the Spring Boone played through tendinitis in his knees. He is hoping to bounce back and have a huge Spring.
Jacob Germany Post
The Spring did not go as well as Germany would have hoped. Mid Majors are chomping at the bit with thoughts that they will be able to land his talents. July will be a massive month for Jacob to either prove his doubters wrong by playing with a high motor and toughness or he will have to decide between a ton of Low to Mid Major NCAA Division I programs. He has good potential. Other schools that have reached out to Germany include North Texas, UTSA, and Purdue.
Antonio Gordon Post
Abilene Christian University
Gordon was able to pick up his first NCAA Division I offer from Abilene Christian University. During the end of the first live period in April, Gordon went down with a tough ankle injury. He toughed it out for the second live period but was not at full strength. Gordon will be a prospect that could blow up in July with a great showing. The Mid Major level is the most likely destination for him. He is hearing from Texas State and Abilene Christian the most at this time.
Ben Smith Wing
Tulsa extended an early offer to Smith who is still transitioning into a new role on the Wing from the Post. At 6’6 the length, athleticism, and upside of Smith make him an intriguing prospect. Smith could blossom this Summer with Oklahoma Run PWP.
Micah Thomas Point Guard
Tulsa|Oral Roberts|Missouri State
The steady consistent play Thomas provides at the Point Guard slot has several coaching staffs heavily interested in his game. His first offer from Missouri State was with the previous staff. He has a lot of interest that could make for an interesting July. As in many cases, the recruitment of Thomas will heat up in July with schools pursuing their top priorities. Thomas has heard from Wichita State, TCU, Miami Ohio, San Diego, and Missouri.
Seth Hurd Post
Hurd picked up his offer from Denver quite some time ago September 22, 2016, which has allowed the school and him to build a good relationship. Denver has put themselves in a great position to be ahead of the schools who come in after Hurd in July. Look for Low Major NCAA Division I programs to come after Hurd.
Kobe Burgess Combo Guard
Burgess has one offer entering the Summer with Team Griffin. He had a good showing during the first live period but was not able to attend the second live period weekend. Look for Burgess with a good July to end up with more Low Major NCAA Division I offers.
Camryn Dennis Point Guard
The skills of Dennis make him a player a lot of NCAA Division I schools are interested in. The key for Dennis will be proving to colleges he can consistently make the right decisions with the basketball. Get ready for a huge July for Dennis if he can learn to be consistent. He has heard from Tulsa, San Diego, South Dakota, Arkansas Little Rock, Lehigh, Mississippi State, North Texas, Memphis, Denver, Texas Tech, and Omaha-Nebraska. Dennis projects to the Mid Major NCAA Division I level.
Julian Smith Point Guard
Smith had to sit out due to a tough knee injury sidelining him from the remainder of the 2017-2018 high school season and the Spring live periods. When he gets back on the grassroots circuit I fully expect Smith to make it known he is back. He is talented Point Guard that can fill it up. Prep Hoops projects Smith to the Low to Mid Major NCAA Division I level.
Jett Sternberger Point Guard
Oklahoma Christian|Southeastern Oklahoma State
Sternberger is widely regarded as one of the top NCAA Division II prospects in the Oklahoma 2019 Class. The choice for Sternberger goes much deeper than schools. He will have to make the choice to play football or basketball at the next level. In all reality, it is a great problem to have as he has been offered in both sports. Sternberger is a Quarterback on the football field. He is hearing from Harding, SWOSU, UT Tyler, Emporia State, SNU, and UCO for basketball.
Kellen Hines Point Guard
Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Hines picked up his first offer this Spring from SWOSU coming off another state championship at Fort Cobb. He is a scorer that can fill it up and run the show at the Point Guard spot. Hines is hearing from a lot of NCAA Division II programs heading into the Summer.
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