Aggie Football Recruiting in Full Swing
by Aggie Sports on 01/26/06
Goodwell, OK – The 2006 college football
season is about eight months away, and the Oklahoma Panhandle
State coaches have been preparing for it with their work
on the recruiting trail. Head coach Kyle Davis and his
top assistant, Lloyd Spotted Wolf, will be bringing several
new players to the squad, and the first three are:
Josh Mills, a defensive lineman from Coffeyville (KS)
Mills was a team leader for the Red Ravens of Coffeyville,
the Jayhawk Conference champs and a top ten team that played
in a post season bowl game. A Kansas football all-stater
at Coffeyville High School, Mills also excelled as a prep
Davis said the 6’1 and 270 pound Mills is a strong
young player who should make an immediate contribution.
Mills, who also excels in the classroom, was named Academic
All-American in the JUCO ranks.
Steven Boone, a fullback from Coffeyville (KS) Community
Boone was the first fullback in Coffeyville Community
College history to be named first team All-Conference at
that position and is expected to be a great fit with OPSU’s
triple- option offense. An honored high school performer
at both fullback and linebacker, Boone prepped at Marion
(KS) High School.
Davis looks forward to having the 6’0, 235 pound
Boone join OPSU program. He will be a strong addition to
the Aggie football team and the OPSU community.
Both Mills and Boone were recruited by Coach Spotted Wolf,
and each is already on campus and attending classes in
OPSU’s spring semester.
Davis also announced that defensive
220) will be back in an Aggie uniform this fall after two
years of service in the United States Marines.