There were also a large number of Oklahoma skill players at TCU, including Stillwater running back Davion Carter, Pioneers wide receiver Jesse Vester, and Owasso wide receiver Keon Hatcher was there. Spiro wide receiver K.J. Booze (5-9, 160), who caught 49 passes for 808 yards and 9 touchdowns last season, was voted one of the top wide receivers.
Littell was competing despite not throwing the football much the past couple of months with baseball going on. Littell hit .687 in the Choctaw Invitational Tournament last week and was named the MVP of that event for the Pioneers. It is back to baseball this week with a game against Owasso on Monday and Stillwater hosts a tournament starting this Wednesday.
As for the weekend, Littell weighed in after he got back home.
"I thought I threw okay at the Elite 11, not as well as I would have liked, but I didn't have much preparation," said the 6-3, 185-pound quarterback.
"I thought I threw the ball better in the skills competition today. We (Oklahoma prospects) were all scattered out pretty good, but today I got to throw some one-on-one and skull, and I was able to throw some to Jesse (Vester)."
The reviews will soon start coming out on all of the activity this weekend in Fort Worth. Greg Powers was in Fort Worth for Scout.com and he will soon be filing reports on the weekend and we will have him on the Sportstalk with Robert Allen and Friends radio show on Triple Play Sports on Tuesday.
As for Littell, who we have ranked as the top quarterback prospect in the state, he said, "I felt good about the weekend. "Especially when you consider how much I had prepared for it with baseball."