Altus sophomore running back Taven Birdow stellar season is already bringing in scholarship offers.
Altus coach Chad Stone said Birdow received an offer from Tulsa on Monday, becoming one of the first members of Oklahoma’s 2016 class to pick up a scholarship offer.
Birdow, the son of former Oklahoma State standout Jermaine Birdow, was a bright spot for the 3-7 Bulldogs this season. He rushed for a school-record 1,796 yards and 16 touchdowns, while averaging 8.8 yards per carry.
For his career, he already has 24 touchdowns – 22 on the ground – and 2,233 rushing yards.
Norman North sophomore running back Quan Hogan also has an offer from Tulsa.