Mike Boynton put a big bow on his 2021 class Thursday with the addition of Moussa Cisse, so now the full focus is forward.
Not too long after Cisse’s announcement, 2022 forward KyeRon Lindsay announced he picked up an Oklahoma State offer.
Who Is He?
Listed at 6-foot-8, 205 pounds, Lindsay plays for Denton Guyer High School in Texas. He also plays for ProSkills in Nike’s EYBL AAU circuit.
He is one of the top rebounders in the 17U EYBL this summer, averaging 8.5 boards a game.
Lindsay’s high school team also made it up to Stillwater this summer to participate in Mike Boynton’s team camp.
He is fluid and strong for his size and has long arms. He also enjoys swatting shots whether that be his man’s or coming from weakside help to send a ball into the stands.
Lindsay doesn’t yet having rankings on 247Sports or Rivals, but that likely will within the news few updates.
Oklahoma State is the first high major program to offer Lindsay, but he does have plenty of other offers.
UNLV, Rice, UT-Arlington, Texas State, UTSA, UTEP, Old Dominion, Northeastern, McNeese State, Southern Illinois, Illinois-Chicago and Cal State Fullerton have also sent out offers. He has gotten all but one of his offers since June.