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Oklahoma State Offers Jalen Montonati, Son of Brian Montonati

Brian Montonati averaged double-figures for Eddie Sutton.

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The Cowboys are the first Division-I program to offer a legacy basketball standout out of Owasso.

Jalen Montonati, son of Brian Montonati, announced an offer Wednesday. The younger Montonati is a 6-foot-7 2026 prospect, meaning he is in his freshman year of high school at Owasso, where his father coaches.

Brian Montonati played three seasons (1977-2000) under Eddie Sutton. A 6-9 forward, Brian averaged 12.1 rebounds and 7.2 rebounds a game in his final season with the Pokes.

Jalen averaged 28 points and 12 rebounds a game for Owasso’s eighth grade team last season, according to the Tulsa World. There aren’t 2026 rankings yet for any of the major recruiting services, but with his pedigree and the fact that he is already 6-7, Jalen is on the path to become one of the top players in 2026. He is the first player Mike Boynton has offered in the 2026 class, according to 247Sports.

There aren’t a ton of eighth graders out there doing things like this:

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