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Friday Night Highlights: Fields Runs Wild Again, Nnodim Tallies Two More Sacks

Fields ran for 200 yards and Nnodim is already up to eight sacks on the season.



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It was another big weekend for Oklahoma State commits, particularly running back Rodney Fields and defensive lineman Armstrong Nnodim.

Here is a look at how each of the Cowboys’ 13 commits in the 2024 class preformed this weekend with highlights and stats provided if available.

Rodney Fields / RB / Del City (3-0) / Oklahoma

It was another outstanding weekend for Rodney Fields and the Del City Eagles as they rolled past Midwest City 53-14.

Fields ran for 200 yards and a pair of touchdowns on just 13 carries. On the year now, Fields has 460 yards and seven touchdowns on just 34 carries. That’s 13.5 yards per carry.

Del City has a week off before returning to action Sept. 22 against East Central.

Armstrong Nnodim / DL / Horn (2-1) / Texas

Armstrong Nnodim’s Horn Jaguars dropped their first game of the season this weekend, falling to Tyler 27-12.

But Nnodim still made an impact, finishing with nine tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, a pair of sacks and a forced fumble. That’s eight sacks in three games for Nnodim, and he is already up to 10.5 tackles for loss.

Horn plays Arlington on Thursday.

Luke Webb / DL / Deer Park (3-0) / Texas

Luke Webb and Deer Park beat West Brook 45-14 this weekend.

Stats weren’t posted to MaxPreps, but Webb was again a wrecking ball in the middle of the Deer’s defensive line, often running an offensive guard into the backfield.

Deer Park travels to Clear Brook on Friday.

David Kabongo / S / Byron Nelson (3-0) / Texas

David Kabongo remains unbeaten as a senior with a 31-10 win over Braswell.

MaxPreps didn’t have stats for Byron Nelson, but Kabongo’s Hudl highlights show him making a handful of tackles all over the field.

Byron Nelson hosts Fossil Ridge on Thursday.

Gunnar Wilson / LB / Melissa (3-0) / Texas

The Melissa Cardinals and Gunnar Wilson beat Royse City 39-7.

Melissa didn’t have stats listed on MaxPreps, but Wilson’s Hudl highlights show him making myriad tackles including a sack and a tackle for loss.

Melissa plays at Crandall on Friday.

Josh Ford / TE / Stillwater (0-2) / Oklahoma

Stillwater is off to an 0-2 start after a 37-34 loss to Yukon.

The Pioneers didn’t have stats on MaxPreps, but Ford was a menace run blocking and he also had a catch and some defensive highlights on Hudl.

Stillwater plays at Norman on Thursday.

Tre Griffiths / WR / Keller (3-0) / Texas

Tre Griffiths and Keller beat Odessa 30-21 to advance to 3-0 on the year.

Griffiths had a pair of catches for 42 yards. In three games, Griffiths has eight catches for 159 yards and a touchdown.

Keller hosts V.R. Eaton on Friday

Temerrick Johnson / Edge / Midlothian Heritage (3-0) / Texas

Temerrick Johnson is up to 3-0 in his senior season after a 29-21 win against La Vega.

Johnson had four tackles, including 0.5 tackle for loss. He also had a fumble recovery.

Johnson’s Jaguars travel to Burleson on Thursday.

Jonathan Agumadu / LB / McKinney (3-0) / Texas

Jonathan Agumadu and McKinney also remain unbeaten after topping Flower Mound 30-7.

Agumadu had three tackles, a fumble recovery and a blocked field goal.

McKinney plays at Little Elm on Friday.

Landyn Cleveland / S / Mansfield Legacy (1-2) / Texas

Landyn Cleveland and Mansfield Legacy got in the win column this week with a 35-30 win against Wilson.

MaxPreps didn’t have defensive stats for Legacy, and Cleveland hasn’t posted any highlights as of writing.

Legacy hosts crosstown rival Mansfield on Friday.

Caleb Hackleman / OL / Pleasant Grove (3-0) / Texas

Caleb Hackleman and Pleasant Grove beat Midland Christian 45-26.

Pleasant Grove hosts Frisco Memorial on Friday.

Chauncey Johnson / OL / Lonoke (1-2) / Arkansas

Chauncey Johnson’s Lonoke Jackrabbits fell to Forrest City 30-16.

The Jackrabbits have a week off before playing at Riverview on Sept. 22.

Willie Nelson / DB / Longview (2-1) / Texas

After a two-point loss in Week 1, Willie Nelson’s Longview Lobos have outscored their previous two opponents 76-14 after beating Tyler Legacy 28-7.

Longview hosts Lufkin on Friday.

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