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Sooners Illustrated recaps the weekend of action for Oklahoma's 2017 commits

It was a weekend of big games and big comebacks for OU's pledges

Here is a quick look at how the Sooners’ current field of 2017 commits and their teams performed this week:

Addison Gumbs, LB, Stellar Preparatory High School – Gumbs helped lead his team to a 26-20 victory against Oakland Tech after rallying from a 12-point halftime deficit.

Kenneth Murray, LB, Ft. Bend Elkins High School – Elkins nearly pulled off the season-opening victory against Oak Ridge but fell short after a long second-half drive, 21-13. The game was filled with penalties – more than 25 flag and 219 yards, according to The Courier of Montgomery County.

Creed Humphrey, C, Shawnee High School – Guthrie held off Humphrey and Shawnee, 29-26.

CeeDee Lamb, WR, Foster High School – Lamb caught three touchdown passes – 79, 30 and 42 – in a 34-28 victory for Foster against A&M Consolidated. He finished with seven receptions and 224 yards in the second game of the season for Foster.

Reeves Mundschau, P, Canyon High School – Canyon fell, 27-20, to San Marcos.

Jeremiah Hall, TE, Zebulon B. Vance High School – Vance remained unbeaten through the first three games of the season with a 48-7 victory against George Washington.

Isaiah Thomas, DE, Tulsa Memorial High School – Thomas and Tulsa Memorial won their season opener, 34-27, against Tulsa Central

Trey Sermon, RB, Sprayberry High School – Sermon rushed for 148 yards on 16 carries and scored twice, including the eventual game-winner on a 47-yard run in a 23-15 victory for Sprayberry. Sermon also picked off a pass in only his second game since a major injury last season.

Grant Calcaterra, TE, Santa Margarita Catholic High School – After losing the season opener, Santa Margarita bounced back with a 37-7 victory. Calcaterra had 11 receptions, 237 yards and three touchdowns by halftime, his quarterback’s first 11 completions according to the Orange County Register. Santa Margarita threw for only 81 yards in a season-opening loss. Calcaterra’s final line was 15 receptions, 286 yards and three touchdowns.

Jalen Reagor, WR, Waxahachie High School – Reagor changed the fortunes of Waxahachie with six catches, 191 yards and three touchdowns in the second half, including the game-winner with 19 seconds to play, according to the Dallas Morning News. Waxahachie rallied from 17 points down for a 40-37 victory against Highland Park to remain unbeaten through two games.

Charleston Rambo, WR, Cedar Hill High School – Rambo caught a pair of touchdowns and had 96 receiving yards as Cedar Hill rallied for the game-winning touchdown with four seconds left in its 42-41 victory against Mansfield.


Tre Brown, CB, Tulsa Union High School – Brown will play cornerback at Oklahoma, but in a 42-7 victory against Broken Arrow, he caught a pair of touchdown passes and gained 70 all-purpose yards. The score was 35-0 at halftime.

Marcelias Sutton, RB, Lackawanna Community College – Lackawanna opened its season with a 64-0 victory against Gattaca. On just eight carries, Sutton gained 108 yards and scored two touchdowns.

Justin Broiles, CB, John Marshall High School – Heritage Hall outlasted John Marshall in a 45-38 shootout.

Tyrese Robinson, OG, McKinney Boyd High School – On a weekend where Oklahoma commits led their teams in late rallies, Robinson and Boyd fell victim to a 21-point fourth quarter from Coppell in a 31-21 defeat. Robinson helped pave the way for Boyd’s lead running back to rush for 143 yards and two touchdowns, but Coppell scored all 31 points in the second half.

Levi Draper, LB, Collinsville High School – Draper caught a touchdown pass, but Collinsville was no match for Oologah in a 43-14 rout of the No. 1 ranked team in Class 5A.

Robert Barnes, S, Carroll High School – Barnes was an offensive weapon as Carroll rebounded from a season-opening loss with a 37-14 victory against Arlington Martin. Barnes finished with six receptions for 152 yards.

Chris Robison, QB, Mesquite Horn High School – Robison didn't play because of an injury, but Horn still destroyed Dallas Skyline, 44-6.





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