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