Cowboy Commits in Action
There were a handful of future Pokes that put up big performances this weekend.
RB Justice Hill
It didn't take Tulsa Washington running back Justice Hill very long to get the party started against Ponca City Friday night. On the first play of the game Hill got the hand-off and quickly raced down the field 74 yards for a score, which seet the tone early. Justice finished the game with 230 yards on 13 carries and 5 touchdowns according to Ponca City News, as Tulsa Washington defeated Ponca City 68-7. Checkout the highlights of Hill's monster game from Hudl.
QB Nick Starkel
Starkel continued to improve for Liberty Christian, as he completed 10 of 23 passes for 151 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 20-0 win over Fort Worth Nolan.
CB AJ Green and RB LaDarren Brown
Desoto steamrolled Grand Prairie 60-3 Friday night. AJ Green finished with 3 tackles (1 solo) and 2 pass deflections. On the year, Green has tallied 17 total tackles, 11 pass deflections and an interception. LaDarren Brown added 10 yards on 4 carries, giving him a total of 357 yards on 54 carries and 7 touchdowns on the year.
CB Rodarius Williams
Williams played well Friday night, finishing with 7 tackles (5 total) giving him 18 total tackles through 4 games. Rodarius also hauled in a huge reception for 41 yards, as Calvary Baptist defeated Zachary 42-28. The game was televised nationally on ESPN U, and several big recruits were on display.
Players of note: Andraez Williams (LSU), Kelton hollins (TCU), Lindsey Scott Jr., Shanse Sylvie (Oklahoma), Rodarius Williams (Okla. St)— RecruitingNation (@ESPNRNFball) September 26, 2015
CB Madre Harper
Harper had a solid outing Friday night, totaling 8 total tackles (5 solo). However, his team failed to get the win, falling to Martin 24-52. For the season, Martin has tallied 20 tackles and an interception through 4 games.
Madre Harper (OK St commit) is a good looking DB prospect. Long and lean with nice ball skills— Mike Roach (@Mike_Hornsports) September 26, 2015
Commits Pumped After Win Over UT
As the Cowboys pulled off their victory over Texas on Saturday, several future Pokes took to Twitter to express their excitement.
#OKSTvsTEX good time to be an Ok. State commit— #WeGone✌ (@AjGofor6) September 26, 2015
Man I love my future home!— Justice Hill (@jhill21_) September 26, 2015
so let's make them look good the next 4 years https://t.co/7f2o4hHluQ— Nick Starkel (@nstarkel2) September 26, 2015
GO POKES— Ryan McCollum (@R_McCollum62) September 26, 2015