Cowboy Signees Star Over Christmas Holiday

A trio of Oklahoma State basketball signees were instrumental in leading their respective teams to Christmas holiday tournament championships. James Anderson of Junction City, Ark., Nick Sidorakis of Jenks (Okla.) High School and Martavius Adams of Wilkinson County (Irwinton, Ga.) High helped their teams win tourney titles.
January 4, 2007

Stoneridge Forward Makes Decision

Ibrahima Thomas is 7-feet and has only been playing basketball for five years. That's what made the skilled forward from Senegal so appealing to numerous college coaches - including one Big 12 head man who got a commitment from the Stoneridge Prep (Calif.) senior.
November 14, 2006

Hoops Recruiting: Cowboys Get 7-Footer

Ibrahima Thomas, a 7-footer from Senegal, will be the fourth player to sign with Oklahoma State during the early signing period, officials from Stoneridge Prep School in Simi Valley, Calif., confirmed Monday night. Thomas committed to OSU head coach Sean Sutton after returning from a trip to Auburn on Monday, and will sign his letter of intent on Tuesday.
November 13, 2006

Basketball Big Men Plan Visits to Auburn

An Auburn University basketball recruiting report is featured.
November 9, 2006

Hoop Recruiting: Thomas Has 'Fantastic' Visit

Seven-footer Ibrahima Thomas was the only player to make an official visit to Oklahoma State this past weekend. The Cowboys seemed to have made quite an impression on the Senegal native. We spoke with Stoneridge Prep director Mike Mahoney on Monday night and he filled us in on the details.
October 30, 2006

"He was on Cloud 9"

Ibrahima Thomas of The Stoneridge School in California is a busy young man these days. The versatile 7 footer has started taking his official visits, and this past weekend he was a visitor at Rutgers. SOR spoke recently with the Stoneridge Director - Mike Mahoney - to find out how Thomas enjoyed his visit to the Banks.
October 25, 2006

Hoops Recruiting: Another 'Big' Weekend

The Oklahoma State Cowboys hope the commitment from top-100 recruit Martavius Adams on Tuesday gets the ball rolling in the right direction as the November signing period approaches. Last weekend's visits by James Anderson and Jai Lucas were important but another big recruit – big as in 7-foot tall – will be visiting Oklahoma State this Friday and Saturday.
October 25, 2006