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Oklahoma State Basketball Sends Out Handful of Offers with AAU Season Underway

Boynton and Co. are adding some new targets to the list.



Mike Boynton and his staff still have some work to do putting together their 2023-24 roster, but the AAU season pauses for nobody.

Oklahoma State has sent out a handful of offers over recent weeks with the AAU season getting underway. Here is a look at some.

VJ Edgecombe, 2024

Listed at 6-foot-6 from New York, VJ Edgecombe is ranked as highly as the No. 23 player in the 2024 class. He also has offers to the likes of Florida, Indiana, Alabama, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Texas Tech and others.

He plays for the Austin Rivers SE Elite in the Adidas-sponsored 3SSB.

Kuol Atak, 2024

Out of Haltom High School north of Fort Worth, Kuol Attack is ranked 91st in his class by On3 and 100th by 247Sports.

He is listed at 6-foot-9, but he can fill it up from 3-point range. In one game this past weekend with the DFW-based 3D Empire, Atak scored 31 points while going 6-for-13 from 3. The weekend before, he had a 28-point game where he was 5-for-10 from 3.

OSU is in early on him, joining Mississippi State, Saint Louis and UT-Rio Grande Valley in offering Atak, but the secret of a 6-9 shooter probably won’t stay quiet much longer.

Nicolas Codie, 2024

A 6-7 prospect from Carrolton, Texas, Nicolas Codie is a three-star recruit, according to On3.

He plays for Southern Assault, a program that has produced the likes of Isaac Likekele and Quion Williams. Codie is very much blowing up this spring. In the month of April, he reported also offers from TCU, Texas Tech, Arizona State, Houston, SMU, Colorado State and New Mexico.

Pape N’Diaye, 2024

A relative unknown, Pape N’Diaye is getting on some radars this spring, and it’s easy to see why.

N’Diaye is a 7-foot center from the Ivory Coast in Africa. He has only been playing basketball for about six years, he said. He is putting up ridiculous stat lines with the LV Knicks, like a 16-point, 15-rebound, six-block game.

He isn’t ranked on the major services yet, but he hasn’t even been in the United States for a year. He also has reported offers to UCF, Arizona State and Xavier.

Azavier Robinson, 2025

Out of Indiana, Class of 2025 guard Azavier Robinson is also having a big spring, picking up offers to play at TCU, St. John’s, Northern Illinois and UT-Arlington in April.

Listed at 6-foot-1, Robinson is the No. 93 player in the 2025 class, according to On3.

He might be the shortest player among this group of offers, but he can still do this:

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