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Oklahoma State Offers 2021 Five-Star Hunter Sallis out of Nebraska

Boynton is working ahead.

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Mike Boynton isn’t quite done putting the finishing touches on his 2020 class, but he is after another big fish in the 2021 cycle.

Oklahoma State offered Hunter Sallis out of Millard North High School in Nebraska on Friday. Sallis is a four-star according to 247Sports’ composite ranking, but Rivals lists the combo guard as a five-star prospect.


On the composite rankings, Sallis is listed as the No. 30 player in his class. Being a Nebraskan, the offer also drew interest from 2020 prospect Donovan Williams, who has OSU in his final six.


Sallis has a long offer list that includes Gonzaga, Kansas, Louisville, UCLA, Ole Miss, Arkansas, Kansas State and Iowa State.

He is a long, athletic guard who could play on the ball or on the wing. He is also good for some highlight reel jams.


OSU’s scholarship situation for 2021 is a bit tricky as of now. If Boynton uses the two scholarships he has available right now on 2020 prospects, he technically wouldn’t have any available for 2021 because OSU wouldn’t have any seniors on its roster.

Boynton could use a scholarship this cycle on a graduate transfer, though, like Ferron Flavors Jr., who announced OSU in his top five Friday. Then OSU would have at least one scholarship to give in the 2021 cycle.

There is also the possibility of players transferring from the program to open up spots in the 2021 class.

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