After a standout junior season in which he earned a spot on The Oklahoman's Little All-City boys basketball first team, OKC Storm guard Chauncey Collins has verbally committed to TCU, according to Storm coach Kurt Talbott.
Collins had multiple 40-point games for the Storm last season, averaging 23.4 points per game to lead the Storm to the national homeschool championship, while claiming the national MVP award as well.
KINGFISHER'S NAULT REACHING MORE MILESTONES
In his six-touchdown performance against Centennial on Thursday night, Kingfisher running back Landon Nault reached a couple of individual milestones for his four-year career.
Nault recorded his 100th career rushing touchdown in the game, and also surpassed the 6,000-yard mark. He also surpassed the 1,000-yard plateau, a mark he has reached in every season of his career.
Nault has 108 total touchdowns in his career, and 6,025 rushing yards for second-ranked Kingfisher, which will try to improve to 8-0 on the season when it hosts Bethel Friday.
BIRDOW HAS BIG NIGHT FOR ALTUS
Altus sophomore running back Taven Birdow had a career night for the Bulldogs on Thursday during their 77-7 rout of Southeast.
Birdow, the son of former Oklahoma State standout Jermaine Birdow, rushed for a school record 327 yards on 13 carries in a little more than a half of work.
He scored five times during that span, too. He has now rushed for 1,184 yards and eight touchdowns on 142 carries this season.
As a team, Altus rushed for 513 yards, which is also a school record.
BY SCOTT WRIGHT AND JACOB UNRUH