As we head into the fall, we’ve learned more about the 2017 class and how Oklahoma State will look in 2019.
So far, we have a list of 247Sports’ Top 50 incoming freshmen and two-star prospects.
Here’s a breakdown of which schools are currently recruiting them and which ones are looking for their next step.
The most popular players in Oklahoma State’s 2017 class The 247Sports Composite ranks Oklahoma State as the No. 1-ranked Big 12 conference this year.
The Cowboys are the No-2 team in the nation and the No 4 team in America.
That ranking will change when the 2019 class is revealed.
Oklahoma State is expected to have four five-star recruits on campus this season, including a five-stars commitment from senior guard Josh Davis.
The 6-foot-5, 230-pounder from South Carolina committed to Oklahoma State on Saturday.
He’s ranked No. 6 in the 247Sports composite and No. 2 in the Big 12.
Davis is one of two players in the country who played in both high school and college, as well as in the NBA and NHL.
He joins fellow top-100 prospect Aaron Brown from East Carolina who also played in high school.
Oklahoma is also expected to be one of the most prolific recruiting teams in the 2019 cycle.
Oklahoma has two five- star commits, two five stars, three four-stars and one three-star, according to 247Sports.
The 2018 class is still very young, but the Cowboys have plenty of talent.
The 2017 class is expected at least to feature two five star players.
Two five- stars, two four- stars and one triple-double player are expected to go on the 2018 Oklahoma team.
Oklahoma will have the second-most commits in the 2018 class, according the 247Composite rankings, behind TCU.
The Frogs are ranked No 6 in America and No 2 in America’s Big 12 and No 3 in the AP Top 25.
Three five- and four-star players are expected in the class, including two five, two-stars, one triple and one five-plus player.
The Aggies have two players listed on 247Sports as top-five in the program’s recruiting class.
Oklahoma also has two players ranked in the Top 25 in the 2017 247Comps, one five star and one four-plus star.
The team’s top five recruits in the Class of 2019 have also been two five and two four stars, according.