Some Great High School Recruits to Join OPSU Football
by Scott Puryear of Aggie Sports on 02/03/06
Goodwell, OK- Oklahoma Panhandle State head football
coach Kyle Davis has announced his first group of high
school player commitments for this recruiting season. Davis
will be in his second season this fall and is working hard
to bring good student athletes to the OPSU campus.
Joseph Darreshoori, Fresno, Texas - A strong safety from
Hightower High School, he is a talented and physical player
who will help in the secondary.
Calvin Jackson, Longview, Texas - A defensive back, he
moves well and has a good nose for the ball. Jackson will
make a strong contribution to the secondary.
Brett Jones, Edmond, Okla. - From Edmond Memorial High
School, Jones is a talented defensive lineman who gets
off the ball well and is hard to block. He is a welcome
addition to the Aggie “D-Line.”
Chase Martin, Moore, Okla. - Martin is a linebacker from
Moore High School and a talented and smart defender who
plays extremely hard. Martin also has an abundance of enthusiasm
Tim Murphy, Moore, Okla. - An offensive lineman from Moore
High School, Murphy is a talented player with good feet
and technique. He has a great work ethic as well.
Brandon Ridgeway, Florence, Colo. – Ridgeway was
a two-year starter at running back for the Huskies. This
dependable player holds his high school’s record
Ramon Hill-James, Las Vegas, Nev. – A talented defensive
back from Palo Verde High School, Hill-James is a tremendous
athlete who had three interceptions in a state high school
Paul Adams, Clinton, Okla. – Adams is a 6’2”,
250-pound hitter who is a fast and strong playmaker at
the defensive end position. He played on three state championship
teams at Clinton High School and should contribute immediately.
D’Wayne Barker, Clinton, Okla. – Barker also
played on three state championship teams in the Clinton
program. The 5’8”, 170-pound defensive back
is a fast, lock-down cornerback as well as a capable kick
Mark Boldes, Shattuck, Okla. – Boldes, a 270-pound
nose guard, played a big role in the success of Shattuck’s
state championship in 2005. He will provide depth to the
Quinton Jones – The 6’4”, 250-pound Jones
will bring good size to the Aggie offensive line and should
make a strong contribution.
Casey Bell, Abilene, Texas – The strong running
back catches the ball well out of the backfield. Bell is
an excellent player with good speed.
Josh Hutcheson, Tulsa, Okla. – A product of the
state champion East Central program, Hutcheson is an aggressive,
tough player with a good work ethic.
Sean Rundles, Mount Pleasant, Texas – Rundles is
expected to play defensive tackle for the Aggies and has
good feet that will help control things in the middle of
C.J. Trent, Oklahoma City, Okla. – Trent is a center
who is a smart player with good feet who played on a district
champion high school team for Putman City High School.
Trenton Winn, Amarillo, Texas – A sure-handed wide
receiver and aggressive downfield blocker, Winn had a successful
prep career at Palo Duro High School.
Corey Baker, Fort Gibson, Okla. – Baker is a good
possession receiver, a good blocker and has good speed.
Axel Barner, Eufaula, Okla. – Barner is a big offensive
lineman with quick feet who can make an immediate contribution.
Cody Dyer, Okemah, Okla. – An all-district selection,
Dyer is a tough defensive lineman who will be used at either
tackle or end on the “D” side of the ball.
Paxton Evans, Pawhuska, Okla. – Evans is a good
offensive lineman with great size and quick feet who should
compete for a starting job immediately.
Leonard Foreman, Jr., Tecumseh, Okla. - An excellent prospect
as an offensive lineman, Foreman played high school ball
for Tecumseh High School. He’s an excellent trap
and pass blocker.
Brad Setzer, Tecumseh, Okla. – Setzer is an exciting
defensive lineman. He’s a solid football player as
well as a wrestler.
Colten Gulotta, Paris, Texas – Gulotta is an offensive
lineman who had a strong career at Paris High School. He
has the ability to play tackle off-guard and should be
a very good fit.
Albert Coleman, Oklahoma City, Okla. – A very fine
quarterback prospect out of Western Heights High School,
Coleman has the talent and leadership skills to make things
Justin Knapp, Gans, Okla. – Knapp, a rugged linebacker,
has the ability to make a solid contribution to the OPSU
Brett Sullivan, Coweta, Okla. – This defensive back
should perform well as an addition to the Aggie secondary.
Davis expects to secure commitments from more high school
and junior college players as the recruiting season continues.
It’s shaping up to be a great time this fall for