By Robert Przybylo
Ah, finally felt I had a ‘gimme’ in my assignments. Scott Wright can tell you everything there is about Mustang’s David Glidden. And you know Justin Harper knows about as much as possibly can about Norman North’s Daniel Davis.
I just had to be patient, and it came with Edmond Memorial’s Kameron Doolittle. The first time I wrote his name in the paper two years ago, I put ‘Cameron.’ Well, it didn’t take long to know that was a mistake, and it didn’t take long for me to realize this was a name I better get accustomed to typing.
Doolittle really is a rather unassuming fella. He doesn’t look too stressed out about anything and just kinda has fun and goes with the flow. He doesn’t carry himself around with a ‘star’ attitude.
It began early as Tulsa offered Doolittle before last year started. Since then, it’s been a nice steady flow of offers (Colorado, Colorado State and Wyoming) and interest. But he’s also had fun playing basketball this summer, too. I admire him for not letting the recruiting process control his life.
There is no question he’s not a natural quarterback, but he’ll definitely do the job this season for the Bulldogs. Blake Umberham helped him in his development so much last year, especially when it came to the little things.
On the recruiting trail, he’s being looked at as a wide receiver. It makes sense. He has great speed, solid hands and is dangerous when he’s out in open space.
His name got helped with how well Memorial did as a team last year. It got more eyes on him, and he certainly delivered.
The Bulldogs have a nice group of seniors returning this year, and I’m pumped to see this offense. From coach Justin Merideth to Doolittle to Connor Myers, they’re all talking about how much more explosive this group is going to be.