Tracking the OSU Commitments

Each week during the football season we will compile the statistics from that week's games for each of the Cowboys' verbal commitments. Here is how the future Cowboys performed on Sept. 3 (or in some cases Sept. 2).

Bradley Barree, DeSoto, TX, LB, 6-0, 225, 4.6
DeSoto improved to 2-0 with its 21-16 victory over Garland. Barree and the DeSoto defense held Garland to 177 total yards (82 rushing & 75 passing) and forced six turnovers.

T.J. Bell, DeSoto, TX, CB, 5-11, 180, 4.38
DeSoto improved to 2-0 with its 21-16 victory over Garland. Barree and the DeSoto defense held Garland to 177 total yards (82 rushing & 75 passing) and forced six turnovers.

Brady Bond, Garber, OK, OL, 6-6, 260, 5.0
Bond and his teammates opened the season with a 36-20 victory over Covington-Douglas. Garber scored 30 unanswered points from midway through the second quarter until the fourth quarter to take a 30-6 lead.

Jeremy Broadway, Houston (Washington), WR, 6-0, 185, 4.42
Broadway had three catches for 40 yards Thursday night (Sept. 2) as Washington defeated Bellaire 25-22 in the season opener.

Gremon Coffman, Duncanville, TX, DB, 6-1, 195, 4.4
Coffman and his teammates opened the season in impressive fashion with a 48-7 victory over Richardson Berkner. Berkner only attempted seven passes (completing just two) as Duncanville was dominant on both sides of the ball, having to punt only once in the game.

Matt Fodge, Garland, TX, K-P, 6-0, 180, 4.8
Fodge kicked the extra points after both Garland touchdowns in a 21-16 loss to DeSoto. Check out this link on Fodge, who had a 52-yard field goal in Garland's season-opening 15-0 victory over Plano East a week earlier (www.dallasnews.com/shared...d98a.html)

Noah Franklin, Vinita, OK, OL, 6-4, 295, 5.1
Franklin and the Hornets defeated Sperry 13-6 in the season opener.

Chris Hall, Irving, TX, OL, 6-5, 280, 5.1 Hall and the offensive line did the job by allowing Irving to rush for 309 yards (on just 32 carries) but they suffered a season-opening 35-34 loss to Keller Fossil Ridge. Irving had its chances in the fourth quarter, but it fumbled an extra-point snap on a go-ahead touchdown and missed a 25-yard field goal in the closing seconds. Irving's Jamaal Evans managed 161 yards on 18 carries.

Chris Jones, Lafayette (Carencro), LA, TE-DE, 6-5, 248
Carencro, ranked third in the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 5A rankings, opened the season with a 35-28 victory over St. Thomas More.

T.J. Minor, Houston (Westside), DE, 6-4, 240, 4.9
Westside opened the season with a 34-29 victory over Texas City.

Brent Nickerson, Irving (MacArthur), TX, DB, 6-0, 180, 4.5
Nickerson and his teammates opened the season with a convincing 52-3 win over Arlington Seguin on Thursday night.

Josh Pinaire, Derby, KS (Hutchinson C.C., KS), DT, 6-5, 290, 4.7
Pinaire and the Blue Dragons will look to improve to 2-0 on the season when they travel to Fort Scott for tonight's game (Sept. 4). In last week's season opening 37-14 victory over Independence Pinaire had a fumble recovery and played a major role in limiting Indy to minus-22 yards rushing (on 31 attempts).

Eric Preast, Sulphur, OK, LB, 6-2, 215, 4.6
Preast and his No. 1-ranked Sulphur teammates were impressive in capturing a 28-0 season-opening victory over Wynnewood.

Andre Sexton, Houston (Cypress Falls), DB, 6-1, 190, 4.38
Cypress Falls was defeated by Westfield 26-9 to fall to 0-2 on the season.

Kevin White, DeSoto, TX, RB, 6-3, 208, 4.45
White carried eight times for 11 yards as DeSoto defeated Garland 21-16.

Willie Williams, Dearing, GA (Hutchinson C.C., KS), DT, 6-4, 303, 5.0
Williams and the Dragons will be hard pressed to duplicate last week's performance in the season opener when they held Independence to minus-22 yards rushing en route to a 37-14 victory. Hutch travels to Fort Scott for tonight's game.

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