A handful of future Oklahoma Sooners were showcased Saturday at the annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Among them were five-star defensive end R.J. Washington who recorded a sack and two tackles for the West, which was on the short end of a 33-23 decision to the East.
A number of future Oklahoma
Sooners were on display Saturday at the annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas.
Three OU commitments started for the West team, which was defeated 33-23 by the East in front of 36,354 at the Alamodome.
Ben Habern started at center and Stephen Good at right tackle on the offensive front.
R.J. Washington got the nod at defensive end. He finished with two tackles and a sack.
Also on the offensive side, running back Justin Johnson earned playing time. He rushed once for minus-1 yard and caught one pass for a yard.
Some players still on Oklahoma's radar (or vice-versa) who played included wide receiver Jameel Owens, linebacker Lynn Katoa and defensive tackle Lawrence Guy.