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A Look at How OSU Hoops 2023 Targets Performed at Peach Jam

July 27, 2022
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STILLWATER – Oklahoma State and Mike Boynton and Co. is still looking for the second addition to the 2023 class following the commitment of in-state four-star standout from Del City, Brandon Garrison.

Well, here’s a look at a handful of prospects, including Garrison, and how they did this past week at Peach Jam, the premier AAU summer event/championship tournament in the Nike EYBL.

We’ll start with Garrison since he’s a Cowboy commit. It wasn’t the best outing for Garrison, or Team Griffin, which is Blake Griffin’s team based out of Oklahoma, as Garrison played in just four games and averaged 7.3 points on 60% shooting, 6.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists.

Justin McBride is the most recent offer for Boynton and Co. as they offered following his performance at Peach Jam. He’s a 6-7 forward out of Plano (TX) HS who plays for Drive Nation. He was really good this past week as he averaged 16.8 points on 54% shooting from the field, while bringing down 6.3 rebounds a game.

That includes him dropping 33 points against Team Melo this past Thursday, where he went 5-for-8 from beyond the 3-point line. That also happens to the be the day Boynton and Co. extended the offer.  

Once previously ranked in the top-30 of the 2023 class, McBride currently sits at No. 150 in the class. With how he played at Peach Jam, I fully expect him to start moving up the rankings.

Jaland Lowe is also a prospect who’s received a summer offer from Boynton and Co. He’s also someone who had a really solid Peach Jam as he dropped 17.7 points, 4.1 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game this past week. Lowe was in Stillwater on an official visit in June and is a guard prospect Boynton and Co. are really pushing to land.

The final player on our list is Drive Nation teammate of McBride, Jamyron Keller, who took an official visit to Oklahoma State right before Lowe was on campus.

Keller, a 6-1 guard prospect out of Killeen, TX, currently checks in at No. 162 in the 2023. He posted a solid performance this past week as he averaged 15.1 points on 53% shooting from the floor, 4.4 rebounds and four assists per game.

There’s a really good chance nearly everyone one of the OSU prospects who played at Peach Jam sees his stock, as well as their recruiting rankings.

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A Look at How OSU Hoops 2023 Targets Performed at Peach Jam

665 Views | 3 Replies | Last: 22 days ago by Joe Khatib
CaliforniaCowboy
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I hope things pick up, this is about as grim as I've seen OSU basketball recruiting in a long time.

the sanctions are over, any ideas why we're having such trouble getting kids to commit?

do we not have many scholarships to hand out, so we're being "selective"?

your thoughts?
Joe Khatib
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Thanks Zack, this is good info!
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