While Oak Park came up short in the season opener against Cass Tech 45-27, the Knights still have to come out of the game feeling good about their future signal caller in 2019 quarterback Dwan Mathis. At 6-foot-3, 175-pounds, Mathis has great size and even better athleticism. Overall, he’s a great athlete and had featured signs of that top potential he has within after throwing two long touchdown strikes in the first half. Could project at defensive back or wide receiver, but showed he can play the quarterback as well. He holds a few early offers and is garnering interest from several other programs.
Mathis Displays Great Potential in Loss
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