Future Cowboys: How Good Is Chuba Hubbard?

How good is Chuba Hubbard, the Oklahoma State running back commit who is ranked as the top high school prospect in Canada? Good enough to average better than 20 yards a carry this past week. Here’s a quick look at how all of OSU’s commits performed in this past week’s games. As a bonus, we’ve added Spencer Sanders, the junior quarterback from Denton (Texas) Ryan who on Saturday became the first commit for OSU’s 2018 recruiting class.

The Skinny: Muskogee scored 28 points in the fourth quarter to rally for a 45-52 victory over No. 1 Class 6A Division II Bixby on Friday night.
Tulsa World: No. 3 Muskogee rallies past No. 1 Bixby in wild game
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, vs. Sapulpa.

The Skinny: Greenwood had two catches for 23 yards – his least productive game of the season – as Sacshe defeated Garland Lakeview Centennial 35-14 on Friday night. Through six games, Greenwood has 28 catches for 567 yards (20.3-yard average) and eight touchdowns.
Dallas News: Sachse defense ‘brings it’ as Mustangs beat Garland Lakeview Centennial
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Garland.

The Skinny: Hubbard only carried the ball five times but ran for 108 yards and two touchdowns in Bev Facey’s 48-7 victory over Spruce Grove on Friday. Through six games, Hubbard has 881 rushing yards on 61 carries (14.4 yards per carry) with nine touchdowns, and has caught three passes for 43 yards and two TDs.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, vs. Salisbury Comp.

The Skinny: Johnson’s 82-yard punt return for a touchdown gave Arlington Bowie a 7-0 lead in the first quarter and the Volunteers scored 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 35-10 victory over Arlington Sam Houston. Johnson has now scored three different ways – punt return, kickoff return and pass receiving – this season. For the season, Johnson has 13 catches for 240 yards (18 yard average) and four TDs.
Dallas News: Arlington Bowie defeats Arlington Sam Houston
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at North Crowley.

The Skinny: The Reagan Rattlers took advantage of five turnovers (two interceptions and three fumbles) to win their fourth game in a row, a 31-6 victory over San Antonio Churchill on Friday night.
MySanAntonio.com: Reagan takes advantage of five Churchill turnovers in 31-6 win
Next: Saturday, Oct. 8, at San Antonio Lee.

The Skinny: King and the Fitzgerald Purple Hurricanes suffered their first loss of the season when Tift County scored a touchdown with 19 seconds remaining for a 35-28 victory on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at Albany.

The Skinny: Oologah improved to 5-0 with an impressive 48-7 victory over Catoosa. Martin has 37 tackles and five sacks this season, according to the Tulsa World.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at Grove.

The Skinny: Hendrickson suffered a tough 35-34 loss to Round Rock Westwood on Friday night.
Austin American-Statesman: Westwood quarterback fights off illness to lead team past Hendrickson
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. McNeil.

The Skinny: McCune caught a 25-yard touchdown pass to help Dallas Christian to an easy 56-10 win over Tyler All Saints’ Episcopal School on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at Prince of Peace Christian School.

The Skinny: Merchant blocked an extra-point kick and it was picked up and returned for two points by a teammate but it wasn’t enough as Temple defeated A&M Consolidated 34-22 on Friday night.
BrazosSports.com: A&M Consolidated drops tough district matchup to Temple
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at College Station High.

The Skinny: Keller was defeated 50-31 by Haltom on Friday night.
Next: Thursday, Oct. 13, vs. Keller Central.

The Skinny: Moore and his West Brook teammates had a bye off. The Bruins are 5-0 entering the second half of the season, beginning with Friday night’s game against The Woodlands.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at The Woodlands.

The Skinny: Morton and his Gilmer teammates enjoyed a bye week, and return to action Friday night at Pleasant Grove. For the season, Morton has 29 catches for 527 yards (18.2-yard average) and five touchdowns.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at Pleasant Grove.

The Skinny: While he did his part to help the Guyer defense shut down Plano East on Friday night it was a highlight-reel catch while playing receiver by Mwaniki that was most impressive. His one-handed, 39-yard leaping catch to the 1-yard line setting up Guyer’s third touchdown of the night.
Denton Record-Chronicle: Guyer defense steals show
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, vs. McKinney.

The Skinny: Vaughn and Forney had the week off.
Next: Thursday, Oct. 6, vs. Lovejoy.

The Skinny: Tracin Wallace will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn ACL – for the second time in two years – in the second game of the season. Before suffering the injury, Tracin was 19-of-29 passing for 333 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions, and he had rushed for 209 yards on 20 carries (10.45 yards per attempt) with three touchdowns.

The Skinny: Tylan Wallace scored twice as South Hills routed Fort Worth North Side 56-0 on Friday night. Tylan scored the game’s first touchdown on a 19-yard run to begin the rout as South Hills dominated from start to finish. He also had a 27-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter of a game in which South Hills outgunned North Side 503 to 42. Through five games, Tylan has 24 catches for 443 yards (18.5 yards per reception) with five touchdowns.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at Arlington Heights.

The Skinny: Woods and his Cedar Grove teammates had a week off before resuming action Friday night against Towers.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, vs. Towers. 

The Skinny: Sanders was 7-for-7 passing for 140 yards and three touchdowns in helping Denton Ryan to a 38-7 victory over Braswell on Thursday night, and then with his parents attended OSU's victory over Texas on Saturday, committing to the Cowboys after the game. Ryan (6-0) is No. 3 in The Associated Press’ Class 5A poll in Texas.
Denton Record-Chronicle: Ryan rolls past Braswell
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Sherman.

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