Recruiting Roundup: Oct. 4

Routs, bye weeks, last-minute victories highlight low-key week

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 – Bye week.

Dru Samia, OT, San Ramon Valley High School – The San Ramon Valley Wolves were run off the field Friday night by De La Salle in a 70-14 rout. De La Salle had 333 yards rushing – 200 in the first quarter – and led by 42 at halftime.

Cody Ford, OG, Pineville High School – A late interception sealed Pineville’s fourth victory of the season in a 22-17 victory.

John Humphrey, WR, Clear Falls High School – Humphrey could do nothing as Clear Falls was routed on Thursday, 52-3, scoring the first points of the game but allowing the next 52.

Kenneth Mann, DE, Burleson High School – Burleson lost a 15-point lead with nine minutes to play and succumbed to a last-minute interception return for a touchdown in a 28-22 loss that saw its six-game district win streak end.

Tyrell Jacobs, DE, Archbishop Rummel High School – Jacobs didn’t play as Archbishop Rummel won, 37-6.

Dominique Hearne, OG, Lancaster High School – Bye week.

P.J. Mbanasor, CB, Hendrickson High School – Bye week.

Austin Seibert, K, Belleville High School-West – Seibert hit two extra points as Belleville West lost, 33-14, to Edwardsville.

Marquise Overton, DT, Jenks High School – Jenks, which had struggled early in the season despite the top ranking in the state, dominated Norman, 51-0. The Trojans’ defense held Norman to just 144 yards and recorded a safety.

Bobby Evans, OT, Allen High School – Allen plays host to Lewisville on Saturday night.

Will Sunderland, DB, Midwest City High School – The third-ranked Bombers knocked off second-ranked Stillwater, 36-27, behind a dominating wildcat rushing offense.

Jamal Danley, OT, East Mississippi Community College – Danley and the Lions play host to Jones County Community College at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Dalton Wood, TE, McAlester High SChool – In his first game since committing to Oklahoma, Wood had four touchdowns (3 in the air and one on the ground) in a 47-7 victory. He went 14-for-19 for 238 yards and averaged just fewer than 11 yards per carry on four rushes.

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