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Oklahoma Sooners commits stand out in defensive efforts

Jon-Michael Terrry and Parrish Cobb have elite showings on the defensive side of the ball.

Here is a quick look at how the Oklahoma Sooners'  current field of 2016 commits and their teams performed this week:

http://www.scout.com/college/oklahoma/story/1598831-jon-michael-terry-li...Jon-Michael Terry, LB, Victory Christian School – The Conquerors were knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten, losing to Hillsdale, 22-20, after a game-tying two-point conversion failed in the final minute. Terry’s final stat line from the game included 11 tackles, a forced fumble and a touchdown – courtesy of Bob Przybylo.

Adrian Hardy, WR, Dekaney High School – Hardy, who has nearly 1,000 total yards of offense this season, helped guide Dekaney to its first district win of the season – a 34-21 victory against Klein Forest.

Austin Kendall, QB, Cuthbertson High School – After falling behind by two touchdowns early, Kendall and Cuthbertson couldn’t complete the rally, falling 27-17 against Weddington for their fourth straight loss. Kendall threw for two touchdowns.

Ryan Parker, WR, Tyler Junior College – In a Thursday night shootout, Tyler JC outlasted Navarro College, 69-55. Parker had eight catches for 187 yards and two touchdowns in the high-scoring affair. Parker scored just 32 seconds into the second half as the Apaches gained 574 yards of total offense.

Logan Roberson, OL, Harrah High School – Bye week.

 Maurice Chandler, CB, NE Oklahoma A&M – The Golden Norsemen play host to Cisco College at 2 p.m. Saturday in Miami.

Chanse Sylvie, S, Calvary Baptist Academy – The Cavaliers’ defense held Red River to just one score through the first three quarters on the way to a 40-13 victory – their fourth-straight win wand fifth in six games since a season-opening loss.

Bryce Youngquist, LB, Los Osos High School – It has been a season of streaks for Los Osos, which lost two games to start the season before winning three straight. A 42-17 defeat at the hands of Etiwanda was the team’s second-straight loss.

 Parrish Cobb, CB, La Vega High School – In a matchup of undefeated teams, it was La Vega’s defense that sealed the 16-14 victory against China Spring. Cobb helped lead a defense that held China Spring to just 178 yards. Cobb shut down China Spring’s top receiver, holding him to three catches for 14 yards.

“We found out why Parrish is a commit to Oklahoma. We put him with their best receiver, which is Haigood, and it’s hard to shut him down. That meant a lot to us.” - La Vega coach Willie Williams told the Waco Tribune after the victory.

Pernell Jefferson, LB, Warren Easton – Jefferson and Easton head to McDonogh 35 at 7 p.m. Saturday in a battle of two teams that have combined for just one loss.

Jordan Parker, DB, Pittsburg High School – Pittsburg picked up its fourth-straight win by holding on to a 31-28 victory against Deer Valley

2017 quarterback commit – Chris Robison, QB, Mesquite Horn High School – Robison didn’t play, but Horn rolled to a big second half and a 37-20 victory.


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