Who is the Next Josh Jacobs From TPS?

Last Updated: August 12, 20234.4 min read

Here are the Underclassmen to Watch for TPS this season. Which one could be the next Josh Jacobs? Let us know in the comments below. 

Nathan Hale 

Carmello Williamson – OLB – SO.

Two-sport athlete, Carmello is currently in the top five in Class 5A for the 400-meters with a 49.97 time. Carmello is the type of kid that’s willing to do whatever it takes to be successful. 

Booker T. Washington          

Yiamarrah Parry – DE/LB – SO.

Long and athletic, with explosive power and can run all day. Should have an outstanding year. Will be playing both DE and LB.              


Tulsa Edison Prep     

Braddox Broughton – QB – FR. 

Braddox is a young QB with a great arm and has a very high football IQ. Braddox will push for playing time as a freshman and will have a great high school career. If Braddox reaches his potential, he will leave Edison with all the school passing records. He is a good leader and has the tools to become elite.  


Will Rogers    

Ladell Clayton – OL/DL – SO. 

He is new to football, but he has rare size for a kid his age. Ladell is 6-foot 245-pounds and looks older and plays older than his age. Ladell shows up every day with a ready to work attitude that embraces learning the game.              


Tulsa McLain

Joseph Morgan – ATH – SO.  

Joseph Morgan, a remarkable high school football athlete who defied the odds by earning a coveted spot on the varsity team during his freshman year. Joseph’s undeniable talent, dedication, and unwavering determination propelled him to this impressive achievement. 

Tulsa Memorial         

Donnell Dabney – ATH – SO. 

Another wonderful young man. Started every game as a freshman last year. Another player that shows up and works hard.      


Tulsa Central

RJ Rhine – RB – SO. 

He has great vision and exceptional speed that gives him the advantage as a running back. RJ is also a great student who has a 4.O GPA. He works very hard in the weight room, practice and the classroom. Very respectful young man. 

Tulsa East Central

TaeShawn Nelson – DL – SO. 

Nelson is part of a tough defensive line at East Central that continues to grow and mature into a salty group. At 6-foot-4, 265-pounds, Nelson is tough to contain. He has the power to handle the interior of the line and the quickness to play off the edge.

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