I would like to identify this tree
I can’t find any acorns in the area, but it’s in the woods and the leaves are deep.
This does not appear to be one of the usual oaks species. Oaks are notorious for hybridizing naturally, so you can end up with unusual leaf shapes. This may be one of those natural hybrids.
Also, juvenile leaves in response to severe pruning can look different than the normal leaf shape on the same tree.
So, the bottom line is that we can't give you a definitive ID. If you find an acorn, send us a photo.