Recruiting Roundup: Sept. 20

Sooners' commist mix bounce-back action with bye weeks

Before action begins Saturday with the Sooners, here’s a quick look at how the Sooners’ current field of commits and their teams performed this week:

Rodney Anderson, RB, Katy High School – Katy rebounded from its first loss in almost five years with a 63-6 victory that feared the four-star commit. Anderson had 11 carries for 193 yards and two touchdowns.

Dru Samia, OT, San Ramon Valley High School – Bye week.

Cody Ford, OG, Pineville High School – Pineville won 29-26, rallying for the game-winning score with less than three minutes to play. On the final drive, Ford paved the majority of the way.

John Humphrey, WR, Clear Falls High School – Bye week.

Kenneth Mann, DE, Burleson High School – Bye Week.

Tyrell Jacobs, DE, Archbishop Rummel High School – The top team in Louisiana faces No. 4 Arcadiana on Saturday night.

Dominique Hearne, OG, Lancaster High School – Lancaster scored with 3:45 remaining to pull out a 21-18 victory.

P.J. Mbanasor, CB, Hendrickson High School – In the district opener Hendrickson beat Round Rock, 29-7. Mbanasor helped lead a defense that allowed just 41 yards in the first half.

Austin Seibert, K, Belleville High School-West – West played East Saturday afternoon with Seibert likely missing in action because of a groin injury.

Marquise Overton, DT, Jenks High School – The Trojans were stunned, 7-6, by Owasso, which beat Jenks for the first time since 1993. Jenks has now lost two straight.

Bobby Evans, OT, Allen High School – Allen blasted Plano, 42-3, on Thursday. Allen is the top team in Texas 6A and the No. 2 team in the nation.

Will Sunderland, DB, Midwest City – The Bombers routed nearby rival Del City, 49-6, behind more than 330 yards on offense. Sunderland hauled in a 17-yard touchdown catch with just less than two minutes remaining in the first half.

Jamal Danley, OT, East Mississippi Community College – The top-ranked junior college program in the country cruised to a 65-7 victory against Northeast Mississippi behind a trio of pick-6s. EMCC led 51-7 at halftime, and Danley helped pave the way for a pair of rushing touchdowns.

Sooners Illustrated Top Stories