Recruiting: Maselera Set For State Track

Glenpool's two-sport standout Isaac Maselera says he can't wait for spring football to start. The Warriors get back on the football field for drills next week. Maselera, who told us he noticed Oklahoma State associate head coach Joe DeForest at the school last week checking up on the Cowboys first commitment (Maselera) in the 2011 class, has some work to do before getting back to football.

Maselera said he is firmly committed to Oklahoma State and was excited about the Cowboys latest commitment last week in running back Herschel Sims from Abilene, Texas. "I know he's a good player," said Maselera.

The work Maselera has to do has something in common with Sims. Sims is in Lubbock running in the Region I-5A track meet, while Maselera did that last week.

This coming Friday and Saturday he will be in Ardmore with his Glenpool track teammates and the rest of 4A teams for the state championship meet. Maselera qualified in the 100 meters (third with a time of 10.72 seconds), the 200 meters (second with a time of 22.21 seconds), and with his rleay team in the 4x100 meters (first).

"I'm excited and I think we can do really well, especially our relay team," he added.

As for football, Maselera finds it hard to get off that subject.

"I think we can be really good," said the 5-11, 180-pound two-way player. "I will start at running back and safety this season. Safety is my favorite. I really think that is where I am better and that is where I will play at OSU."

Keep an eye out for the results from Ardmore this coming weekend.

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