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Sooners Illustrated takes a quick look at the Oklahoma Sooners crop of commits

Most of OU's 2016 commits get ready for playoffs after concluding the regular season.

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

Jon-Michael Terry, LB, Victory Christian School – Terry is headed to the playoffs after a 48-14 victory against Stigler. Although that wasn’t really in question. Victory Christian finished the season 8-1, earning a second-place seed from the district.

Adrian Hardy, WR, Dekaney High School – Hardy threw for 275 yards in Dekaney’s 41-24 victory against Montgomery. The win puts Dekaney’s record at 5-5. With three district wins, the playoffs are still a possibility – but an outside shot.

Austin Kendall, QB, Cuthbertson High School – With a 33-26 overtime victory against Piedmont on Friday, Cuthbertson and Kendall secured the third seed in the district and a bid to the playoffs.

Logan Roberson, OL, Harrah High School – On the road in the season finale, Harrah lost to Ada, 36-33, in a game that decided second place in the district. Roberson will help lead Harrah on the road against Cache to open the playoffs next week.

Chanse Sylvie, S, Calvary Baptist Academy – Cruising to a perfect league record, Calvary Baptist dispatched Jonesboro-Hodge, 35-12, on Friday night. They’ll play host to Dunham in the playoffs opener next week. They’ve won seven straight games.

Bryce Youngquist, LB, Los Osos High School – After four straight losses, Los Osos ended its season on a good note with a 21-14 victory against Damien.

Parrish Cobb, CB, La Vega High School – Cobb and La Vega capped an undefeated season with a 56-21 victory against Robinson. The playoffs start next week at home against Canyon Lake.

Pernell Jefferson, LB, Warren Easton – Easton closes its season at 2p.m. Saturday vs. Lake Area New Tech. Jefferson is headed to the playoffs. The place is yet to be determined.

Jordan Parker, DB, Pittsburg High School – In a rivalry contest dubbed the “Big Little Game,” Pittsburg and Antioch will play at 1:30 p.m. Saturday with first place in the district on the line. Pittsburg has just one loss this season and has defeated currently unbeaten Antioch nine straight times. Antioch boasts running back Najee Harris, a 5-star 2017 Alabama commit and the No. 3 player in the country.

2017 quarterback commit – Chris Robison, QB, Mesquite Horn High School – Throwing for four touchdowns and 213 yards Thursday, Robison led Horn to a 56-30 victory in the season finale to clinch a spot in the playoffs.


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