Warhawks Lose A Pair To Tulsa

Booker T Washington linebacker Derrick Alexander and Hennessee defensive tackle Derrick Luetjen both informed Warhawk Nation that they have decommitted from ULM and accepted an scholarship offer from Tulsa.

Booker T Washington linebacker Derrick Alexander confirmed to Warhawk Nation that he was decommitted from ULM, and accepting an offer from the Tulsa Hurricane.

Alexander (6'2 250) was hoss on the defensive line for Booker T helping lead the team to a state championship title in 2010. Alexander had 151 tackles and 14 sacks last season to earn the top defensive player in the state of Oklahoma by the Tulsa Daily World.

Derrick also was named to the All state defensive team and voted the #1 D-Lineman in the Metro area.

Alexander was being recruiting by the Warhawks to play MLB.

Also decommitting from the Warhawks is Hennessee defensive lineman Derrick Luetjen.

The 6'3 270 Luetjen committed to the Warhawks and Coach Todd Berry last Sunday but received an offer from the Hurricane on Monday morning and had a change of heart after visiting this weekend.

Luetjen also helped his team to a Class 2A state championship and was being recruited by the Warhawks for the defensive tackle position.

Derrick had an incredible season despite being triple teamed most of the time finishing with 107 tackles and 12 quarterback sacks.


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