Tulsa (Booker T. Washington), Okla.
Physical: 40 time-4.4; Bench Press-275 lbs.; Squat-525 lbs.; Vertical-42.5”
Other Schools Recruited By: Louisville, Houston, Kansas (all offered), Missouri, North Carolina State, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Tulsa.
High School: Team Captain, Two-year starter, Sr.season-Class 6AII-1 Offensive Player of the Year, Class 6AII-1 All-District 1st-Team, Tulsa World All-State 1st-Team, Oklahoman All-State 2nd-Team, Tulsa World All-Metro 1st-Team; Jr. season-Class 6AII-1 All-District 1st-Team, Tulsa World All-Metro Honorable Mention.
Statistics: Sr. season-198 car. for 1,948-yds., 9.84-ypc, 32 TDs, 12 rec. for 103-yds.; Jr. season-219 car. for 1,426-yds., 6.5-ypc, 22 TDs, 9 rec. for 129-yds, 2 TDs.
Scout Ranking: 3-stars (RB #102 nationally).
Other Sports: Track/Personal Bests 11.24 in 100 meters, 22’1.5” in long jump, 5’8” in high jump; was member of Class 6A State Championship 4X100 meter relay (:41.74) and fourth in 4X200 meter relay (1:27.54).
Interesting Tidbit: Grew up an Oklahoma State fan as his father is a graduate and he always dreamed of playing for the Cowboys.
Primary Recruiting Coach: Jemal Singleton (former RB coach).
Scouting Report and Projection: He is your all-around running back and can do it all. He is a steady every-down back that can run both inside and outside. He has excellent speed and is solid in the strength department and he is somewhere between a one- or two-cut back and a dancer. He needs the weight room and to be stronger in his core for play in the Big 12. If needed, I could see him playing and being more consistent early than Jeff Carr was last season. My hope is that he gets a year to bring his game and his frame along and then is asked to be closer to beast mode as a second-year player.
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