OKPreps scrimmage report

Sooners Illustrated saw a lot of talent last weekend and breaks it all down here.

Less than 24 hours before his first scrimmage as a senior, Oklahoma City John Marshall offensive lineman Tramonda Moore earned another game-changing offer.

It’s hard to say that as the numbers pile up but no doubt getting an offer from Florida State is a big deal for anybody in the state of Oklahoma.

He knows there is a big target on his back this season with players out to prove he isn’t worthy of the offers, but his first impression was a dominant one.

Moore overpowered every defensive lineman he faced in a four-team scrimmage Friday night at Oklahoma City Casady.

The hits didn’t stop there as Moore added an offer from Auburn on Saturday, a Miami offer Sunday and an invite to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. A few weeks ago Moore was ready to announce his five official visits, but as the offers keep coming in, the game keeps changing.

Although no top five has been officially announced, expect Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Alabama to be in that mix as Moore continues to pile up the offers.

Here is a recap of some of the other top performers Sooners Illustrated saw Thursday and Friday in OKPreps action.

2016 Norman North RB Quan Hogan

Hogan put on a lot of weight entering last season but seemed to lose some of that special quality he had when he was younger. If the scrimmage was any indicator, he is back on the right track this year. He’s still big, but he’s lean and looks to be ready to take the state by storm his senior season.

2016 Moore Westmoore WR/S Deshawn Lookout

Was one half of the potent wide receiver duo of Lookout and Dahu Green last year and appears to be moving to defense this year to help the team. Green is at OU, and Lookout is set to join the Sooner as well. He is committed for baseball and will be a preferred walk-on for football. Lookout said he’s excited about moving back to defense.

2017 John Marshall CB Justin Broiles

Broiles already has offers from Tulsa and Arkansas State, and he showed why he’s already one of the best man-to-man cornerbacks in the state. Broiles had a pair of interceptions but knows there is still a lot of work to be done. He said he’s going to be working on his off-technique and has put a lot of work into that area of his game this summer.

2017 Norman North TE Charlie Kolar

His older brother, John Kolar, is a freshman at Oklahoma State, but Charlie is actually bigger than John. The younger Kolar is going to present one heck of a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses with his size and his ability to run and catch. Kolar caught two touchdown passes in the one-half scrimmage and is poised to become a breakout star this season.

2017 Tulsa Union CB Tre Brown

You want to know how good Brown is? He was arguably the most bored player out there because nobody even looked in his direction. Brown, ranked No. 2 in the state for the 2017 class and No. 223 in the Scout 300, is one of the fastest kids in the state and could be knocking on the door to an offer from OU very soon.

2017 Norman North LB Cade Mashburn

Mashburn introduced himself to the recruiting world with a banner outing at Wisconsin’s camp this summer. After putting on 10-15 pounds and getting faster, Mashburn is going to become a name to watch this season. Look for more with Mashburn later this week on SoonersIllustrated.com

2018 Norman North WR Drake Stoops and DB Isaac Stoops

Yes, that Stoops. The twin sons of OU coach Bob Stoops are only sophomores but are already showing the natural instincts it takes to succeed. Drake had a couple of nice receptions, while Isaac was perhaps the star of the scrimmage with two interceptions.

2018 John Marshall RB Devontae Lee

Fully recovered from a torn ACL, and it showed. Lee was sensational against all three teams in the four-team scrimmage. Whether it was running around, running through or leaping over defenders, it was a special night for Lee. Look for more on Lee later this week on SoonersIllustrated.com.


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