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2021 Guard CJ Noland Includes Oklahoma State in Top Seven

OSU is a finalist for another 2021 prospect.

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The Cowboys are again a finalist for a 2021 prospect, this one being from Desmond Mason’s hometown.

Oklahoma State joins Oklahoma, TCU, Kansas State, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and Troy as finalists for 6-foot-3 Waxahachie guard CJ Noland.

Who Is He?

The Cowboys offered Noland on May 13, becoming the first in a slew of high-major offers for him as his recruitment has blown up in recent months.

At 215 pounds, Noland is a big-bodied guard who is an issue for defenders when going downhill. As good as he is at getting to the basket and working around contact, he is also a reputable shooter from the perimeter.

Noland, along with fellow OSU offer Jalen Lake, led Waxahachie to a 27-7 record this past season.

In the Rankings

Noland’s star is just now blossoming, as he is a three-star prospect and ranked 250th in the composite rankings in the 2021 cycle.

He is the No. 48 shooting guard in the class and the No. 16 player from Texas.

Top Seven Offer Order

Troy — June 16, 2019
Kansas State — April 21, 2020
Oklahoma State — May 13, 2020
Texas A&M — June 23, 2020
TCU — July 2, 2020
Vanderbilt — July 16, 2020
Oklahoma — July 23, 2020

Double-Dipping in Waxahachie

As mentioned above, Noland isn’t the only Waxahachie senior OSU coach Mike Boynton has offered. The Pokes also have an offer out for Jalen Lake, a 6-foot-4, 185-pound guard.

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