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Oklahoma State Offers Pair of 2025 Forwards

These are among the first high school players Lutz has offered since taking over.



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Much of Steve Lutz’s early recruiting work since taking over at Oklahoma State has had to be focused on the transfer portal, but with the AAU season ramping up, Lutz and his staff have put a few offers out to high school standouts this week.

Class of 2025 forwards Jaden Toombs and John Clark each announced Oklahoma State offers within the past few days — becoming among the first high school prospects Lutz’s staff has offered since taking over. Here are quick looks at each guy.

Jaden Toombs

Listed at 6-foot-9 on the recruiting websites, Toombs is ranked as highly as the No. 43 player in the 2025 class. ESPN gives him that ranking, but 247Sports and On3 also have him as a top-100 prospect at No. 63 and No. 78 respectively.

Out of Dynamic Prep in Dallas, Toombs also has announces offers to LSU, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and SMU to this point.

He plays his AAU ball with Drive Nation, a Texas-based squad, on Nike’s EYBL circuit. He’s the league’s third-leading rebounder at this point, averaging 8.4 boards a game. Through 10 EYBL games this season, Toombs is also averaging 14.8 points and 1.8 assists a contest while shooting 69% from the field and 71% from the foul line.

John Clark

Also out of the Lone Star State, Clark hails from Klein Cain High School in the Houston area.

He averaged 17.8 points and 13.1 rebounds a game this past season as a high school junior while shooting 61% from the field.

Also listed at 6-9, Clark is ranked as highly as the No. 34 player in the class, a ranking Rivals bestowed upon him. On3 (No. 68), 247Sports (No. 41) and ESPN (No. 41) also have him in the top 100.

He has already garnered offers to Houston, Texas, Kansas, Texas A&M, SMU, Tennessee and others.

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