I am having trouble identifying this oak. I know it is in the red oak family since it is bristle tipped. The leaves are about 4 to 7 inches long. The acorns are starting to form and the cap is covering most of the fruit. The bark is very smooth and gray. From afar, it is similar to Quercus acutissima, but it is not. I have two pictures of this mystery oak and one of a Quercus acutissima for comparison. I am stumped any help would be appreciated. I recall Ron B. saying that oaks can hybridize, maybe this is why I am not having any luck? Thanks.