With his commitment now just a soft verbal to Oklahoma State, the Red Raiders have thrown their name in the hat with the hopes of landing a very respectful, yes-sir, no-sir kid who can absolutely fly.
Scouting him at the Houston MSL Combine, B. Way clocked the fastest forty that day with an NFL-timed 4.49, on a somewhat slow surface (that has a lot of give). Two weeks later, at the All-Greater Houston Combine, we went to check him out again to see if he could lower that forty-time. On the same surface (Houston Indoor rolled-out turf), kid blew it up with a 4.42. Make no mistake his speed is something that would come in handy in the Mike Leach O should he elect to ink with Tech, or anybody's O given his ability to stretch the field.
"He's really trying to figure out what he's going to do," said B-Way's mother. "His heart is with Oklahoma State, but he's not totally 100 percent. He just wants to make sure that he's making the best decision he can."
As I said above, we'll be chatting with the 3-star burner again and we'll keep you informed throughout.
Other impressive combine numbers: 20 bench reps (showing excellent strength to fight off press coverage), 8'11 broad jump (showing very good burst and explosion).