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Cade Cunningham, Bryce Thompson Expected to Visit to OSU this Week

OSU’s top two targets will be in town with signing day approaching.

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With the early signing period soon approaching, Mike Boynton will have an opportunity to further close on his two top targets this week.

Five-star recruits Bryce Thompson and Cade Cunningham are expected to be in Stillwater this week on unofficial visits. The early signing period runs from Nov. 13 to Nov. 20.

Thompson is expected in for Oklahoma State’s regular-season opener against Oral Roberts on Wednesday.

Cunningham is expected in on Saturday when the Cowboys host UMKC. Rondel Walker, OSU’s lone commit in the 2020 class as of now, is expected to join Cunningham on Saturday. The two were AAU teammates on the Texas Titans.

Walker committed to OSU on Oct. 31.

Thompson, the state of Oklahoma’s top recruit since Xavier Henry was the No. 6 overall player in the 2009 class, recently cut his list of potential schools down to four. OSU, Oklahoma, Kansas and North Carolina are the schools left fighting for Thompson’s commitment. Thompson recently told the Tulsa World that he intends on signing on the first day of the signing period.

Cunningham is the No. 2 overall prospect in the 2020 class. A 6-foot-7 point guard, Cunningham looks to be down to OSU, Kentucky, North Carolina, Washington and Florida, the five schools he took his official visits to. OSU and Kentucky are seen as the two favorites among recruiting circles.

These visits make the Cowboys’ first two games more interesting than initially anticipated. If Thompson and Cunningham join up in Stillwater, Boynton’s 2020 class has the potential to be the best recruiting class in program history. OSU’s 2005 class would be its only rival. That class was the top class in the nation that year, but it included five-star prospects Gerald Green and Keith Brumbaugh, who never played for the Cowboys.

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