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

It was another big week for receiver commit Jalen Reagor, who highlight the action.

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 – Stellar Prep won’t play a home game all season, but it lost for the first time this season – falling 16-6 to Fremont. 

Kenneth Murray, LB, Ft. Bend Elkins High School – In the crosstown rivalry game, Murray and Elkins came up short, 17-14, against Ft. Bend Travis.

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Creed Humphrey, C, Shawnee High School – In a 33-20 victory over Duncan, Humphrey had 19 pancake blocks. Shawnee rushed for 259 yards in the win.

CeeDee Lamb, WR, Richmond Foster High School – Lamb put up another big day with four catches for 75 yards and a touchdown. He also had an 80-yard punt return as Foster rolled to a 42-point halftime lead and a 52-13 victory against Katy Seven Lakes.

Marquis Hayes, OG, Pattonville Senior High School – Hayes and Pattonville Senior were the victims of a record-setting performance by Kirkwood quarterback Reece Goddard in a 38-14 loss. Goddard threw for 404 yards, setting a new school single-game record.

Isaiah Thomas, DE, Tulsa Memorial High School – After a scoreless first half, Thomas helped lead a defense that allowed just one score in a 28-7 win over Edison. Edison rushed for just 36 yards on 20 attempts. Thomas finished with 11 tackles, six for loss, two sacks and four quarterback hurries.

Trey Sermon, RB, Sprayberry High School – Sermon ran for three touchdowns as Sprayberry started 3-0 for the first time since 1989, according to the Marietta Daily Journal, with a 47-13 win over Campbell.

Grant Calcaterra, TE, Santa Margarita Catholic High School – Calcaterra had one touchdown catch for Santa Margarita Catholic, which made most of its way on the ground, in a 48-35 win over Alemany.

Jalen Reagor, WR, Waxahachie High School – Waxahachie remained unbeaten with a 50-20 victory against Ennis that was mainly fueled by Reagor. He finished with five receptions, 44 yards and two touchdowns. He also had a 73-yard rushing touchdown in the second half.

Charleston Rambo, WR, Cedar Hill High School – Rambo was held in check, but Cedar Hill cruised to a 59-21 win over Mesquite Horn with its back-up quarterback at the helm. Rambo finished with four catches for 46 yards.

Tre Brown, CB, Tulsa Union High School – Brown had a four-yard touchdown run, but Jenks rallied to knock off its Backyard Brawl rival, 35-28. Jenks has won seven of the last eight against Tulsa Union.

Marcelias Sutton, RB, Lackawanna Community College – Sutton helped lead Lackawanna to a 55-21 victory against Valley Forge Military College.

Justin Broiles, CB, John Marshall High School – Broiles helped lead a stout defensive effort in a 52-7 victory against Okmulgee.

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Tyrese Robinson, OG, McKinney Boyd High School – Boyd remained winless after a 51-14 loss to Lewisville in a game that was 31-0 before halftime.

Levi Draper, LB, Collinsville High School – Draper helped lead a massive shutout victory against Catoosa, 33-0. With Oklahoma linebacker coach Tim Kish in attendance, Draper had double-digit tackles, a 60-yard touchdown catch and a Pick-6.

Robert Barnes, S, Carroll High School – Barnes helped lead a defense that shut out Rockwall in the second half on the way to a 30-23 victory – Carroll’s second win of the season.

Chris Robison, QB, Mesquite Horn High School – Robison missed his second game in a row. Horn lost, 59-21, to Cedar Hill and fellow Sooners’ pledge Charleston Rambo.


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