Three days and 18 schools. Around the state, there was no better place to be than in Mustang for the Metro Team Camp.
And boy did it deliver. Sooners Illustrated takes a look back to name the top offensive performers from the top-tier event.
Mustang QB Chandler Garrett
If there was an overall MVP award, it would have been given to Garrett. He was outstanding each day of the camp, placing the ball exactly where he wanted it to go nearly every single time. His delivery is more fluid than it was last year and his on-field performance hasn’t taken a dip at all. It should be a busy and rewarding summer for Garrett as his recruiting stock continues to increase.
Edmond Santa Fe RB Darran Williams
It seemed a little crazy at this time last year that Williams didn’t have any Division I offers. It’s downright ludicrous at this time now. Williams is one of the toughest running backs around but also can break out the big run with his speed. Williams is dominant once again with a number of highlight-worthy runs and will be in the hunt for best running back in the state.
2017 Shawnee OL Creed Humphrey
This was the first time Sooners Illustrated got a chance to check out Humphrey. It won’t be the last. A natural guard at 6-foot-4 and 301 pounds, Humphrey isn’t afraid of being physical and dominated almost all of the defensive linemen he was faced up against. Shawnee looks like it might not be as strong as in years past, but Humphrey is definitely the real deal.
2018 Moore Southmoore QB Casey Thompson
Not too much new to report with Thompson. Considered one of the state’s best prospects for the 2018 class, Thompson delivered time and time again at the camp. Thompson is going to return to OU for the elite one-day camp Wednesday and will close out the week at Texas A&M.
2018 Moore Southmoore OL Brey Walker
What was said about Thompson can be applied here as well. Walker definitely had moments where he looked like the best recruit out there. But only heading into his sophomore season, there were times when Walker showed he still has a lot to learn. A trip to Alabama is in the future for Walker, who is already racking up the top offers.
Lawton MacArthur OL T.J. Fiailoa
Fiailoa played a lot of defensive line, too, but his natural spot is going to be at offensive guard. In a loaded year in the state at the position, Fialiloa doesn’t take a backseat to anybody. The mid-level offers are starting to fall in for Fiailoa, but if he continues to perform like he did in this camp, the best is yet to come.
Sapulpa RB Dae Williams
You could make the argument Williams would be better served at linebacker, but he put on a great show at running back. Williams has grown so much physically and has put himself in the conversation for state’s best running back. Not too surprisingly, just days after the event, Williams earned what could be a game-changing offer for him from SMU.