How Oklahoma State Football Recruits Fared in Week 5

CJ Moore [Credit: Max Preps]
Written by Matt Harris

CJ Moore helped lead Union to an instant classic win over Owasso and Jahmyl Jeter averaged over 10 yards per carry for the second week in a row. Here’s a look at how Oklahoma State recruits performed in week five.

Spencer Sanders, Quarterback

Sanders was lethal once again this week going 20-25 passing with three scores and 293 yards. He also ran for one score on the ground in a 42-13 dismantling of Denton HS to keep Denton Ryan undefeated.

CJ Moore, Wide Receiver

Moore helped lead his Union Redskins to a thrilling 44-41 overtime victory over Owasso last week by providing six catches for 109 yards, including a 49 yard touchdown. Post game, he told the Tulsa World that it was an “amazing experience.” Union is now the favorites to win the state title.

Jahmyl Jeter, Running Back

Brennan and San Antonio Warren got out to a quick 14-14 tie before Brennan ripped off 31 unanswered points to coast to a 45-14 victory. Jeter went for 141 yards on the ground and scored four times. Jeter was able to cruise to an easy 10.8 yards-per-carry. The Bears moved to 3-2 on the season with the win.

Jonathon Shepherd, Wide Receiver

Kilgore finished just 2-5 passing on the night but was able to beat Palestine 31-21. Jonathon Shepherd caught one of the two Bulldog completions, which went for 70 yards and a touchdown. Shepherd now has three catches for 70 yards or more in the last two weeks.

Jaelyn Nolan, Athlete

Nolan sat due to injury again this week and Brownfield got pummeled 50-7 by 2016 state runner up Wylie.

  • Bbjd

    Spencer Sanders/CJ Moore has the potential to be the best one of the best QB/WR duo in school history.

    I know that sounds insane with them having not played a snap at Okstate yet especially with Mason/Washington currently playing and Weeden/Blackmon in the history books but hear me out.

    Spencer has the perfect set of skills for our offense, has the big arm but is actually a real treat on the RPO (no offense to Mason who scored 2 touchdowns last week).

    Meanwhile CJ is basically playing the James Washington role in highschool. Unstoppable if they single cover him still gets a few big plays against double coverage and he is quite a bit taller.

    2019 with Spencer, CJ, Tylan, Stoner JD, Chuba and hopefully a senior Justice will be special.

    • Sonny

      I agree. The talent level being recruited now at the skill positions is elite or close to it. But we’ve gotta dig just a little deeper up front and obviously on defense.

      • Seth

        It seems to me like Henson is doing a good job at recruiting and developing along the offensive line while Joe Bob Clements has the development down and struggles in the recruiting side of things. They are both in very important positions in regards to the health of the program moving forward.

        • Bbjd

          Henson recruiting reminds me a lot of Wickline and I hope the performance when he has his guys will match that.

    • 6 @ A TIME

      I sure hope Sanders is ready year 1.

  • Lyndell

    Who was that with the hurdle?

    • Seth

      Gabriel Douglas. He is a 2018 Texas Tech commit.

      • Lyndell

        He looks like a pretty good WR.

      • 6 @ A TIME

        We might ought to steal him like every thing else from Tech.