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Recruiting Roundup: OSU Offers Flurry of Rising Hoops Prospects

A look at what Boynton and the gang have been up to this week.

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In a pivotal offseason for Oklahoma State basketball, Mike Boynton and his staff are doing what they do best.

Crootin’.

And a whole heck of a lot of it.

The staff this week has been all over the map (literally) in search of future Cowboys from near and far. In addition to two big in-state offers, there’s been a handful of other prospects who have picked up scholarship offers. So much so, in fact, that we’re going to run through them all — roundup style.

Dallan Coleman | 6-4, 175 | SG | 🌟🌟🌟🌟

Coleman is a Class of 2021 sharpshooter from West Nassau County in Florida. He has to date a half-dozen offers, including from Florida, Florida State, and Iowa State. 247 ranks him as a top-50 prospect.

Arthur Kaluma | 6-8, 205 | PF | 🌟🌟🌟🌟

Kaluma’s still being discovered — he’s only a 2021 prospect — but OSU, SMU, Texas A&M and Texas Tech have already offered the Texas standout. Rivals and 247 both rank him inside the top-50 nationally and one of the best power forwards in his class.

Cameron Stitt | 6-8, 200 | PF | 🌟🌟🌟

OSU is the first Power 5 program to get in the mix for Stitt, a 6-foot-8 power forward from North Carolina. UNC Greensboro, Middle Tennessee and East Carolina have also offered the rising junior (Class of 2020), and more are likely on the way after a breakout summer.

Langston Love | 6-4, 190 | SG | NR

Straight out of Cibolo, Texas is unranked (but not unknown) recruit Langston Love: a 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Steele High School. Love has a dozen offers, among them OU, OSU, Baylor and Houston.

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