Homecoming is always a big weekend in Stillwater, but Mike Boynton is making it even bigger.
Boynton is hosting a cavalcade of high-end prospects this weekend, starting with Friday night’s Homecoming and Hoops event. Two five-star prospects, two four-star prospects and another young, in-state standout will be in the house as Rich Homie Quan takes the stage in Gallagher-Iba Arena.
Here are quick bios on each prospect.
247Sports Composite: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ / No. 10 player nationally
Should Joson Sanon commit to Oklahoma State, he would be a top four commit in program history, according to his 247Sports Composite rating of 0.9956. That would put him behind only Cade Cunningham, Gerald Green (who went pro before making it to Stillwater) and Le’Bryan Nash. Sanon would just edge out Marcus Smart on that list.
Out of Vermont Academy, Sanon also has offers to Alabama, Arizona, Indiana, Syracuse, Georgetown, Providence and others.
At Peach Jam this past summer, he averaged 15.2 points and 3.4 rebounds in five games while shooting 38% from 3-point range.
247Sports Composite: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ / No. 54 player nationally
Oklahoma State offered Green way back in September of 2021 — shortly after he started his freshman year of high school.
Since, Green’s recruitment has taken off with offers to Kansas State, Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Houston, Alabama, USC, LSU, TCU, Texas A&M and others. This trip to Stillwater is part of a string of visits for Green. He has visited Auburn, A&M, TCU and West Virginia since August.
Originally from Texas, Green will play this upcoming season at Sunrise Christian in Kansas.
At Peach Jam with ProSkills this summer, Green averaged 11 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists a game.
247Sports Composite: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ / No. 81 player nationally
Bryce Heard played at Montverde Academy last year — the same school in Florida that Oklahoma State got Cade Cunningham from — before transferring to Homewood-Flossmoor in Illinois.
Heard picked up his OSU offer earlier this month before quickly making his way to campus. He also has offers to USC, Georgia, Arizona State, Kansas State, NC State, St. John’s and others.
247Sports Composite: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ / No. 8 player nationally
The son of Oklahoma State great Brian Montonati, Jalen Montonati is already establishing himself among the best in his class as only a sophomore.
Out of Owasso High School, where his dad coaches, Jalen is a Top 10 player in the 2026 class, per 247Sports and Rivals. He already has offers to Kansas, Michigan, Arkansas, Tennessee and others.
With MoKan Elite on the Nike EYBL circuit this summer, Montonati averaged 18.3 points, 4.7 rebounds and an assist a game while shooting 47% (!!!) from 3-point range. He also shot 88% from the foul line. His points per game ranked third in his age group.
He also earned a gold medal with Team USA at the FIBA Americas U16 Championship this past summer.
Another standout from a loaded 2026 class in Owasso, Williams picked up an early OSU offer back in August.
He isn’t ranked on the major recruiting services yet, but it’s still early in the 2026 cycle.
Williams also has ties to Stillwater, as his sister, Landry Williams, is on the OSU women’s team.
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