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OU commit Creed Humphrey gearing up for big weekend

Should be a fun showdown between Shawnee and Booker T.

It’s already been a nice week for Shawnee (Okla.) High center Creed Humphrey. The Scout 300 prospect and Oklahoma commitment accepted an invitation to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Monday.

Now he’s hoping to close it with a bang. First up will be a major non-district showdown against Tulsa (Okla.) Booker T. Washington on Friday evening.

Humphrey came up big in the Wolves’ victory at Duncan last week, registering 19 pancake blocks to get Shawnee its first win of the season.

Booker T. is going to be an incredibly tough challenge, but it should be an interesting contest.

Humphrey will follow that with his official visit to Oklahoma. The Sooners obviously are getting ready for the mega-matchup against Ohio State this weekend.

It will be one of the biggest, if not the biggest, recruiting weekends in OU history between all the commits and top targets making their way to OU.

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Booker T. has some talent of its own. And when you talk about OU and Booker T., the name that jumps out should be 2019 prospect Daxton Hill.

If the Hill name sounds familiar, he is indeed the younger brother of Oklahoma State freshman running back Justice Hill.

You have to say younger since Daxton is already bigger than Justice. It’s clear Daxton has some good genes on his side and major potential to become a name to watch within the state and beyond for the 2019 class.

Justice Hill is already making an impact in Stillwater, and there’s no doubt schools are going to come calling for Daxton.

Daxton Hill was solid at OU’s elite camp in the summer and has quickly started to develop a relationship with OU defensive coordinator Mike Stoops.

OSU will certainly be in the mix, but it seems apparent OU is going to throw its hat in the ring, too.


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