Wagoner will play in the Class 4A state championship game against Oologah Friday night at Broken Arrow High School, and a huge reason the Bulldogs are looking for a third straight state championship is Malcolm Rodriguez.
The combo quarterback and safety is one of the best athletes in the state. His numbers this season are great on both sides of the ball. Last season as a junior at quarterback in leading Wagoner to a state championship he completed 106-of-163 passing for 2,289 yards with 31 touchdowns and just seven interceptions. He also ran for 616 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Tonight he posted on Twitter that Oklahoma State offered making his second scholarship offer.
It is expected that he will act on the offer soon. Zach Allen, my son and the recruiting coordinator and defensive coordinator at NEO A&M, at our house and NEO A&M head coach Clay Patterson and both said they thought Rodriguez was one of, if not the very best athlete, in the state and one of the very best football players.
"He is the guy that sticks out and you notice and want to know who he is when you see Wagoner play."
Rodriguez is 6-0, 200 pounds, great size for a safety, which is where he projects. He also plays baseball at Wagoner and was an individual Class 4A state champion in wrestling as a junior.