The OKPreps spring football season is here, and SoonersIllustrated.com is hitting the road to see the top prospects in the state of Oklahoma.
It has been a good spring for Freeman, who has added Arkansas State and Navy offers. These next two weeks should be huge for Freeman in terms of getting more exposure and to show college coaches exactly what he can do and how he measures up physically. Freeman is definitely in the conversation as one of the best running backs in the state for this class.
2016 QB Terry Wilson
As good as Freeman is, though, a lot of focus is going to be on Wilson. A Class of 2016 prospect, Wilson got his feet wet at quarterback as a sophomore and is going to be expected to lead the Eagles this season. A solid 6-foot-2 and 180 pounds, Wilson has already picked up an offer from Arkansas State and will be a name to watch in the summer and going forward in what is turning out to be a loaded quarterback class in the state for 2016.
Oklahoma City Millwood
Never a lack of talent at Millwood, among the schools with the most tradition in the state. And the name that is flying off the charts right now is defensive end Joshua Little. Solid size right now at defensive end, Little could possibly be bulked up into a defensive tackle. He could maintain his speed and turn into an outside linebacker, or he could stay at end. Regardless, he's going to have plenty of choices as Purdue, Texas State and Iowa State have all offered in the last week. And the hometown Sooners just recently started sending him letters as well.