Edmond (Santa Fe), Okla.
Physical: 40 time-4.5; Bench Press-240 lbs.; Squat-350 lbs.; Vertical-NA.
Other Schools Recruited By: Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Oregon, OSU (all offered and visited officially), Houston, Iowa, Iowa State, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, OU, TCU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Tulsa (all offered).
High School: Team Captain, Two-year starter, Sr. season-The Oklahoman All-State 2nd-Team, Tulsa World All-State 2nd-Team, The Oklahoman Big All-City Team 1st-Team, Class-6Al-1 All-District 1st-Team; Jr. season-The Oklahoman All-State 1st-Team, Tulsa World All-State 2nd-Team, The Oklahoman Big All-City Team-1st-Team, Class-6Al-1 All-District 1st-Team.
Statistics: Sr. season-90 total tackles, 65 unassisted, 2 sacks; Jr. season-81 total tackles, 57 unassisted, 1 sack.
Scout Ranking: 4-stars. Scout Top 300, Scout Midlands Top 50, (#18-LB nationally).
Other Sports: Track.
Interesting Tidbit: His brother was the starting center as an All-State player in high school at Douglass High School and then in college at Arizona.
Primary Recruiting Coach: Glenn Spencer.
Scouting Report and Projection: He is very athletic, fast, and has range and size, which all add up to make him a great candidate for the hybrid safety and linebacker position at Oklahoma State known as “star”. He makes a lot of plays and has been around the ball a lot, but that is coming from the back end of the defense as a safety. All schools are recruiting him as a hybrid, so he will learn how to play closer to the line of scrimmage and close enough to take down some quarterbacks which he has done well on blitzes. He has a change and some adapting to do in front of him but if he is aggressive than the hybrid position will work out fine for him.
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