The 6-0, 190-pound Sterns has been committed since the summer. He finished the season with 58 tackles, six interceptions (two he returned for touchdowns), a fumble rcovery he returned for a touchdown, two punt returns for touchdowns, and five rushing touchdowns while doubling on offense.
As a result, Sterns earned first-team All-Super Team in the San Antonio Express-News as both a defensive back and a return specialist. He was also the Defensive MVP in District 28-5A.
"It was a good season and I'm working hard to get better for next year at Oklahoma State," added Sterns, who actually went to workout this summer to celebrate his commitment. He is a Rob Glass-kind of guy.
We contacted Stern as we are working on the upcoming recruiting issue of Go Pokes Magazine, and he wanted to take some time to think about our question of what is important to him outside of football and sports.
We'll get back to him after his Oklahoma State visit this weekend.