Standouts over the summer
BY:Matt Reynolds

Destin Edwards 2026

Edwards puts on a show every time he touches the ball. He has the poise and pace on top of wiggle which is really hard to guard at his age. For a freshman, he has ideal size at the point guard position but has an IQ of a seasoned point guard.


Kyler Rangel 2026

Rangel was a player i saw over the summer at the ccs summer league and he completely dominated games. Although I saw him in JV competitions I saw a ton of potential as a driver and finisher at the rim.


Jamie Resindez 2026

Resindez complemented Rnagler really well because he flourishes at finishing at the rim and baseline jumpers as well. Purcell has a pretty lovely future as having Resindez and Rangler.


Brylee Cook 2023

Cook is a player that every coach would love to have on their roster due to his versatility. Cook tries to impact the game in major ways like steals, deflections, rebounding, and much more!


Jaden England 2024

England is a sleeper from the Destiny Christian program and was one of the better downhill drivers i saw in the JV competition. His elite pace and body control allowed him to manipulate the defense.


Kyler Brown 2024

Brown will have an excellent year offsetting the huge OCS frontcourt for tons of open threes. Most teams would double OCS in the paint but with Brown shooting the ball it will make it even more difficult.


Isaac Ragsdale 2024

Ragsdale is a sniper from Sapulpa that can shoot the ball in multiple different ways. He can create off of the dribble, run off of screens, or just simply be a spot-up.


Keaton Miller 2023

MIller is an interesting prospect due to his ability to knock down shots off of the dribble or from catch-and-shoot. It will be interesting to see him compete in his senior campaign.


Tate Sage 2025

The Sage bros are the reason why everyone has been talking about the Weatherford squad in 4A. It’s always good to have two 6’5 players in the class of 2025. They both can switch on all screens to guard true centers and contain true point guards.


Ethan Sage 2024

Sage is a stud at the wing position and both of the brothers have a ton of upside. They have true size at the wingspot and have the IQ to make a high impact. 


Drake Friersen 2023

Friesen is a player from Kingfisher that not many people talk about but he is one of the most solid players around. He understands his game and doesnt do too much but can sneak up on you for a good offensive game as well.


Landon Miller 2023

Miller is an interesting prospect from Norman High who can shoot the ball with the best of the best. What makes him special on the defensive end is that he can switch all ball screens which is a big plus in the recruiting world.


Derrick Lawrence 2023

Larence is the ultimate competitor and can get to the rim anytime he puts his mind to it. He thrives on defense as well with his long arms and athleticism to give other team’s guards alot of problems.


Dralen Nero 2024

Nero is a tank in the middle and packs alot of power in his layups and rebounding the ball. If you don’t put a body on Nero then he will kill you on glass.


Nate Lancaster 

Lancaster will have a breakout year for Norman North and will establish himself as one of the more solid pgs around. His pace and vision are what separate him from the pack,


Jacob Robertson 2023

Robertson is a skilled and crafty big from El Reno that can score on the block in many different ways. I love his intensity on the defensive end as a vocal leader and anchor of the team.


Kamariun Turner 2024

Turner is a microwave for Deer Creek and even though he is a bit smaller he can score the ball in a hurry. He is a fast guard who can get to the rim and finish with funky floaters or shoot from deep as well.


Anthony Smith 2023

Smith plays extremely hard and isnt afraid to hold his guys accountable on the team to play hard as well. The forward has a strong build and flourishes in finishing at the rim and blocking shots.


TyKhael Taylor 2026

Taylor was one of the more impressive 2026 players I saw all summer and led his respective High School team in points. The crafty guard understands how to use different angles around the rim to finish in many different areas. You can tell he is more athletic than kids his age but needed more than athleticism against varsity players which is a great sign of development.


Deauvyahn Young 2026

Shooting is something that can get you on the floor as an underclassman and that is exactly what Young can do.

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