Top 10 2022 Talent Shaedon Sharpe Puts OSU in his Top 10

While most people in Stillwater are somewhere between shellshock and indignation over the upcoming Big 12 split, Mike Boynton was blessed with some good news on Tuesday.

Five-star shooting guard Shaedon Sharpe tweeted out his Top 10 and it included the Cowboys, as well as a number of bluebloods and a smattering of current Big 12 teams.

The athletic 6-foot-4, 175-pound shooting guard hails from Dream City Christion in Glendale, Arizona. He’s the top prospect in the state according to 247Sports Composite ranking, the No. 2 shooting guard and the No 8 overall recruit for 2022.

Sharpe just wrapped up an impressive showing at the Nike EYBL Peach Jam and there’s talk that this fast-rising star could approach a No. 1 class ranking by the team he inks a letter of intent.

Here’s Rivals recruiting analyst Jamie Shaw on his big outing.

This is not really a question in my mind because of the smooth way he creates and makes shooting opportunities. Sharpe has a natural explosion with a handle that gets him to his spots, and the ability to pull up from 28-feet.

During the first week of the Peach Jam, Sharpe averaged 21.6 points on 44.4-percent shooting from three. During his second week, Sharpe averaged 24 points, 6.6 rebounds, and three assists on 47.5-percent shooting from the field. [Rivals]

Sharpe is considered a Kentucky lean. The blueblood holds 100% of 247’s crystal ball predictions. And according to Ben Roberts of the Lexington Herald-Leader, his landing in Lexington is the worst-kept secret in national recruiting circles.

But the fact that OSU has a seat at the table is a testament to Boynton’s work on the trail and his persistence. And a lot of things can change in a short amount of time. It’s recruiting.

OSU does not currently have a commit for the 2022 cycle. This news comes just a day after the Cowboys made the Top 9 for 2022 guard Quion Williams.

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