Super 30: No. 4 Tyrequek Zimmerman, Lawton...
By Robert Przybylo
It was pretty early in the year last season where fellow chum Ryan Aber started talking to me about Lawton’s Tyrequek Zimmerman.
He mentioned about how good he was at defensive back and wide receiver. I got to see Zimmerman play twice last year and definitely concurred with those sentiments.
However, I actually didn’t see Zimmerman as a wide receiver like most. I thought he was going to excel and find his future in the secondary. Truth of the matter is that he would have found a home just about anywhere.
When Zimmerman committed to Oregon State two weeks ago, it kinda caught me off guard. I thought for sure he was going to wait a little longer. However, after talking to him following the commit, I understood why.
It was the ‘want me’ factor. The Beavers clearly wanted Zimmerman. He became their second WR for the 2011 class and the team was in constant communication with the Wolverines star.
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