Oklahoma State's basketball recruiting class is growing slowly but surely.
After two signings last week and one signing over the weekend, Ibrahima Thomas will officially become a Cowboy today, according to sources. The 7-footer from California will sign a national letter of intent with OSU.
Thomas is ranked as a three-star player and the 18th-best recruit in California by rivals.com. His signing gives the Cowboys a pair of four-star players with Arkansas' James Anderson and Georgia's Martavius Adams and a pair of three-star players with Thomas and Jenks' Nick Sidorakis.
The only recruit remaining on the Cowboys' wish list is Houston hot shot Jai Lucas. The point guard's father, John, said Monday that he didn't know when his son would sign or whether he even would make a decision by the time the early signing period ends Wednesday.
By Jenni Carlson