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Weekly Sooner State Report Vol. 2

The Wagoner Bulldogs have two talented tailbacks that will help the Bulldogs once again challenge the state’s top programs in class 4A for the Gold ball.  Lawrence Evitt 5’ 8”, 168lbs and Devin Hawkins 5’ 8” 185lbs will battle it out for the starting spot in the backfield, Evitt who averaged an amazing 10.9 yards per carry last season on 273 carries for 2980 yards and 39 TDs and Hawkins with a steady 605 yards on 103 carries in 2011.  Both have the ability to be headliners but Evitt has had the edge partly due to an ACL injury that sidelined Hawkins at the start of the 2012 season.  Evitt’s game breaking ability has brought on heavy interest from the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State respectively.  Evitt’s explosive running style reminds many in the state of Courtney Tennial a Glenpool standout who signed with the Sooners out of high school in 2003.

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Evitt’s Highlights



Bishop Louie, 5’ 10”, 175lbs – McClain Science and Tech High School


Speed, Speed, and more Speed….when you talk versatility in the game of football for the Titans you have to start with Bishop Louie who is quickly making a name for himself on the gridiron as a player who is a game breaker that changes the game in one play. Whether returning kicks (4 KOR for TDs), being featured in the wildcat package (16 carries for 204 yards), or playing in the slot (43 receptions for 764 yards) he definitely will draw tons of attention from opposing class 4A defensive coordinators from week to week. There is little doubt that after a strong spring and summer camps Louie will have more than a few offers in hand.


Bishop Louie’s Highlights



Alex Bradley, 6’0 205lbs – Broken Arrow HS


Justin “JUICE” Perkins, 6’0 200lbs – Broken Arrow HS

Bradley and Perkins anchor a talent laden linebacker corps that also features standout OSU commit Gyasi Akem.   Although, what you will not hear is how these two three year starters are the thunder clap and bang that allow Akem to roam free on the edges. Perkins has lead the Tigers defense two years in a row in tackles with an excess of at least 150 per season along with Bradley’s leadership in the middle this defense is more than solid at the second level.  Both Perkins and Bradley are receiving interest from Oklahoma Baptist, Northeastern State, Southern Nazarene, and a host of other in-state schools.


The Sooner State Report-From Varsity Preps Oklahoma Scout Coach Smith



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