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Hoops Recruiting: Cowboys Make Top 6 for Four-Star Wing Caden Diggs, Jeremiah Johnson Sets OSU Visit

The Cowboys were the first to offer Johnson back in 2020.



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The Cowboys made the cut for an athletic and talented 2024 prospect.

Caden Diggs, a four-star wing hailing from the Washington, D.C. area, has cut his list of schools down to six and the Cowboys are still alive, according to 24/7 High School Hoops.

Diggs whittled his list down to Oklahoma State, Iowa, Seton Hall, George Washington, Richmond and Old Dominion.

The 6-foot-7, 180-pound wing hails from The Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland. He’s an athletic prospect who can shoot the 3, and defend effectively, thanks to his enviable length, and he’s fun to watch make plays around the rim.

On3 Recruiting ranks Diggs as a four-star prospect, the No. 92 player in the 2024 class and the No. 2 prospect from Maryland. 247 Sports currently has him tabbed as a three-star recruit and the No 109-ranked player nationally.

Diggs has 15 offers with the Cowboys throwing their hat in the ring this May. He’s currently crystal balled to land at Iowa by both 247 and On3 and he took a visit with the Hawkeyes in June. He’s also visited George Washington from the list.

Here’s a quick look at some of what has Mike Boynton & staff excited about Diggs.

Cowboys to Host Jeremiah Johnson in September

A former in-state phenom still has an eye for the Cowboys.

Jeremiah Johnson is set to take in Stillwater starting Sept. 1. The Cowboys were the first to offer the former Norman and Putnam City-North star back in 2020. Johnson reclassified from 2023 to the 2024 class and played last year at Wasatch Academy in Utah and is now designated as an Arizona recruit, playing for Phoenix Prep.

Johnson is a talented 6-foot-3 guard who was once a Top 20 player in the 2023 class before he was the victim of a shooting in 2021. He’s been climbing the ranks since his recovery and is currently ranked as a four-star prospect and the No. 135 player in the class by 24’s Composite ranking. He’s also a four-star talent according to ESPN.

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