"We have great offensive and defensive fronts," Metro coach Jared McCoy said. "We also have excellent depth at wide receiver, running back, and defensive back."
McCoy also said that their inexperience could prove to be a weakness.
Robinson making name for himself
Sequoyah-Tahlequah's Zack Robinson attended a University of Arkansas camp this summer and caught the eyes of many recruiters. Robinson, who will be a junior this season, showcased his wide receiver talents and should be heavily recruited over the next two years.
At 6-foot-2, 195 pounds, Robinson runs a 4.5 but considers himself to be more of a physical receiver than speed.
"I feel I'm more of a physical wide receiver," Robinson said to HawgSports.com. "I'm working on my speed trying to get faster.
He is receiving interest from OU, OSU, Tulsa, and Arkansas.