ESF Scrimmage: Union dominant, Wolves show heart...
By Robert Przybylo
That title pretty much sums up the four-team scrimmage at Edmond Santa Fe on Thursday night.
While Tulsa Union was pretty much doing whatever it wanted whenever it wanted against everybody, Santa Fe and Lawton Eisenhower had a real good tussle going on.
Redskins made their statement early and often regardless of competition. QB Chase Boyce was looking good and so too was sophomore QB Luke Pettrey.
Wide receiver and Tulsa commit Thomas Roberson was all over the field and hauled in several scores and several near touchdowns.
I saw a No. 18 in red and automatically assumed it was OU’s Jermaine Gresham. Yea, that’s how big Union TE Deonte Morris is (6-2, 205).
I admit to not watching too much of the Union-Westmoore scrimmage, but it looked like Jarred Davis and Jalen Hearron will get the carries with Jeremy Smith now in Stillwater.
Either way, Kirk Fridrich’s club looked like the best of the best by far Thursday night.
Almost not fair to expect a sophomore QB like Trevor Thompson to go in and take on the Redskins.
For his credit, he did it, survived and will only get better for it.
Head coach Chad Davis was happy with the effort. Very true. Though I was watching from afar, Jaguars never packed it in and said let’s go home.
Actually would have like to have seen more of the Jags and Santa Fe as that was compelling for the short time those two were going after it.
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