Oklahoma's deep class of 2014 football recruits keeps gaining momentum, and a couple of Oklahoma City players, and one from Moore, helped the cause this week.
Bishop McGuinness quarterback Jacob Lewis and Millwood receiver/defensive back Alfonzo McMillian each picked up scholarship offers Monday. Southmoore wide receiver Jalen Adams added one Tuesday.
Lewis' offer came from Navy, his second Division I FBS offer, and second from a military academy. He was offered by Air Force late last month, to go with offers from South Dakota, Harvard and Yale.
McMillian, who got an offer from North Texas last week, added one from Sam Houston State on Monday.
Adams, who recently picked up an offer from Indiana, received an offer from Air Force.
FREE NFL FOOTBALL CAMP OFFERED
Casady will host a free National Football League High School Player Development Camp and 7 on 7 tournament from June 17-19.
The camp, for players from ninth through 12th grade, runs from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. each day at the school, located at 9500 N. Pennsylvania.
Registration is required and a maximum of 300 players may sign up. Every athlete receives a Nike jersey, planner and lunch for all three days.
The winner of the 7-on-7 tournament will be invited to play in the NFL regional tournament.
The register or for more information, email camp director John Jensen at email@example.com.
ZINN STAYING AT ANADARKO
Jeff Zinn decided last week to remain at Anadarko, just one month after he accepted the girls basketball position at Cushing.
Anadarko advanced the Class 4A semifinals last season after winning the state championship in 2012. Cushing also made the semifinals last season.
Zinn said the choice to remain with the Warriors came down to where his heart was.