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High Noon Highlights (1/10): Former Pokes are Makin’ Moves!

NBA: Charlotte Hornets at Los Angeles Clippers Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

It’s High Noon.

Jawun Evans was Impressive in 3rd Career Start for the Clippers

With Milos Teodosic, Austin Rivers and Patrick Beverly proving unable to stay healthy, former Oklahoma State star, Jawun Evans, is getting valuable minutes. In fact, he played 39 minutes last night (with zero turnovers!)

The Clippers starting lineup has been in flux this season, and it looks like it may not be getting any better as star center, Deandre Jordan, has been rumored to be on the trade market. Despite the merry-go-round that is the Clippers roster, it seems as if the guys on the floor have really been pulling together. I’m happy to see Jawun making an impact in the league already!

Former Poke Named Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Razorbacks

“Trumain transformed our student-athletes at SMU and the success we saw on and off the field was a direct reflection of the culture he helped establish,” Morris said. “He has a great pedigree having been mentored by Rob Glass and does a great job of emphasizing strength, speed, quickness and recovery, which are all important to our style of play. He’s a key piece to our staff here at the University of Arkansas and I’m excited to continue to work with him.”

Carroll played defensive end from 2001-2005 and has worked under Coach Rob Glass in two different stints as an assistant. It’s good to see Rob Glass’ roots making it’s way across college football!

“It’s what you need in a class. You need about four to five of those big guys,” Gundy said. “Put them in the culture, let strength and conditioning coach Rob Glass handle them for a couple of years, change their bodies and then they will be ready to play after they’ve been in the program for a couple of years.”

KD Marshall of the Tulsa World does a great job here of breaking down the new offensive line class that Coach Henson brought in. I can’t wait to see these five guys grow and develop together. Hopefully they’ll prove to be one of the best offensive lines that Oklahoma State has put together!