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Oklahoma State Offers Ashton Hardaway, Penny Hardaway’s Son

Hardaway has yet to announce an offer from Memphis.



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Mike Boynton will have to out-recruit someone with a ton of access to land the Cowboys’ most recent offer.

Ashton Hardaway, son of former NBA great and Memphis coach Penny Hardaway, announced an Oklahoma State offer this weekend. The younger Hardaway is a 6-foot-7 stretch forward who plays at Duncanville High School (Texas).

Who Is He?

Aside from a player with an NBA pedigree, Hardaway plays at Duncanville High School, a public school in the DFW area that has risen to the level to be able to compete with the nation’s best private schools. He has played on Nike’s EYBL with Drive Nation and Houston Hoops this summer. In EYBL games, Hardaway averages 10 points and 2.5 rebounds while shooting 42% from 3-point range.

OSU’s has hosted point guards from Drive Nation and Houston Hoops on official visits in recent weeks in Drive Nation’s Jamyron Keller and Houston Hoops’ Jaland Lowe.

With Duncanville, Hardaway seems to have had a solid showing at the TABC Showcase event this past weekend, leaving with offers to OSU and SMU.

In the Rankings

Hardaway is a three-star prospect in the 2023 class, according to the composite rankings. Those rankings list him as the No. 145 player in the cycle. Rivals lists Hardaway as a four-star recruit, ranking him 118th in his class.

Others Involved

Memphis will be the big one to watch, but Hardaway hasn’t announced an offer to his father’s program. He does, though, have offers to Texas Tech, SMU, Oral Roberts, Texas State and others.


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