Oklahoma powerhouse QB headed to SMU camp

The Mustangs have already extended two offers to quarterbacks in the 2011 recruiting class, but it doesn't mean that they have all their eggs in those two baskets. They are still scouting, reviewing, and watching gun-slingers from all over the country, including Jenks high school's Sawyer Kollmorgen. Come inside to hear his story!

The Mustangs have already extended two offers to quarterbacks in the 2011 recruiting class, but it doesn't mean that they have all their eggs in those two baskets. They are still scouting, reviewing, and watching gun-slingers from all over the country, including Jenks high school's Sawyer Kollmorgen. The two-year starter recently received an email from Coach Morrison and crew.

"I got an email from them saying they really liked my film and that they wanted me to come down to their camp in June," said the junior. "I was down there a couple months ago and saw there campus. It was really nice. I will be at one of their camps."

As a junior Kollmorgen completed 163-of-252 passes for a total of 2,564 yards and scored a total 27 touchdowns.

He was recognized as the VYPE Player of the Week two times, Culligan Water Player of the Game two times, the Jenks Offensive Player of the Week twice and was also named Honorable Mention All-Metro and All-State by the Tulsa World

"The biggest thing I'm looking for is if the education and academics are nice. I want to see how they are. I also want a nice football environment, the facilities everything," stated Kollmorgen to PonyStampede.com. "I want a place with some nice tradition, because I come from Jenks, a high school with some major tradition."

Last season the Trojans went 13-1 with Kollmorgen at the helm. They averaged an impressive 40 points per game. As a sophomore, Kollmorgen led Jenks to a 12-2 record, posting 1400 yards and nearly 20 touchdowns.

Currently the quarterback is hearing from Kansas, Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Arkansas, SMU, Kansas State, UCLA, and Oregon State. He will camp at SMU, Texas A&M, Kansas, Arkansas, Tulsa, and Kansas State for sure this summer. Right now he does not have any offers. Most schools are waiting to see him throw at their camps before moving forward.


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