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Recruiting Roundup: Presley Destroys Jenks, Illingworth Remains Undefeated

How some OSU pledges fared in Week 2.

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Jenks Football has been the standard for high school programs for years not just in the state of Oklahoma, but in the region. So when a team like Bixby runs them off the field in a 57-7 win on their own turf … you know something wild went down.

That something wild was the Presley brothers.

OSU commit Brennan Presley followed up his six-touchdown season opener with an all-around aces performance against the Trojans. He caught two touchdowns, pulled down three interceptions, and 144 yards receiving. His younger brother, Braylin, a running back, scored four times. Here’s a look at Presley’s night:

As for the rest of the OSU commits, here’s how they fared in Week 2 of the high school slate.

Shane Illingworth, QB

Illingworth and his Norco squad improved to 2-0 this week. He threw for three touchdowns and had 326 yards passing.

Zach Middleton, RB

Bishop Kelley star Zach Middleton and his squad opened their season Friday with a 33-14 loss to Booker T. Washington.

Cole Thompson, LB

Thompson and Norman defeated rival Norman North 31-24.

Other Quick-Hitters
  • Before a visit this weekend, OL commit Cade Bennett and his Notre Dame prep team improved to a 2-0 with a win over Gilbert (Az.)
  • After missing his entire junior season, DL commit Grant Mahon missed Denton Guyer’s game this weekend with an ankle injury.
  • Waco Connally corner Korie Black and teammate Trent Pullen, an OL, lead team to 35-17 win over Glen Rose.
  • Bixby corner Jordan Reagan, also an OSU commit, pulled down two interceptions in their win over Jenks.
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