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Oklahoma State Offers Waxahachie Guard Jalen Lake

Boynton is eyeing two prospects from Desmond Mason’s hometown.

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Mike Boynton is trying to put a pipeline in Desmond Mason’s hometown.

Oklahoma State became the latest to offer Waxahachie guard Jalen Lake this past weekend. Lake is the second Waxahachie player Boynton has offered since May.

Who Is He?

Rivals lists Lake at 6-foot-3 (he looks taller), 165 pounds.

He has long arms and can be a menace on defense. He has a solid shooting stroke with a high release, as well.

In Lake’s junior season, Waxahachie went 27-7, making it to the regional quarterfinals in Texas’ 6A. He is playing AAU ball this summer with Texas Impact 4:13.

Others Involved

OSU is the first Power Five program to offer Lake.

He also has offers from Oral Roberts, Tulsa, Troy, Texas Southern, Grand Canyon, Colorado State, VCU, North Texas and others.

In the Rankings

Lake somehow doesn’t even have a 247Sports profile, but Rivals lists him as a three-star prospect.

Boynton Eyeing Waxahachie Teammates?

Lake is the second 2021 Waxahachie player Boytnon has offered in the past few months. In May, OSU extended an offer to CJ Noland.

Noland is also listed at 6-foot-3, but he is a bulkier 215 pounds. Watching the two play together, it’s clear Lake is taller, but Noland also seems to be the more highly recruited between the two, boasting offers from Texas A&M, Kansas State, TCU and Vanderbilt, among others.

OSU was Noland’s second Power Five offer.

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