Posted On: 04/14/22 2:31 PM

It was a busy weekend of basketball, as Oklahoma squads traveled all over the country in search of exposure to college coaches. I personally was in Orlando, Florida with Team Griffin at Nike’s EYBL stop. There will be an in-depth breakdown of Oklahoma Team Griffin standouts later today.

For now, let’s gather some information on how other Oklahomans did all over the country.

If any notable standouts were missed, Tweet/DM @PrepHoopsOK and will try to get any included in the preview for next weekend’s Live Period Events

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Ada Product Kaden Cooper Kaden Cooper 6'4" | SG Ada | 2022 OK Blows Up

Originally a Class of 2022 prospect, Kaden Cooper Kaden Cooper 6'4" | SG Ada | 2022 OK reclassified to Class of 2023 when he left Oklahoma to play in Georgia for The Skills Factory Prep School. At Ada it didn’t always translate but one thing was apparent; Cooper was the most athletic prospect I had seen in Oklahoma since Josh Richardson (Edmond Santa Fe 2011) who of course played with the San Antonio Spurs last night in the NBA play in tournament. Since Richardson there had been explosive leapers or lightning quick players. But none had molded the similar quick twitch explosion with high end jumping

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