Oklahoma football recruiting notebook: Jenks' Jordan Smallwood turns in big game against Putnam City

Jordan Smallwood, who came on strong over the summer to earn an Oklahoma offer, had a big game in the Trojans' 46-14 win at Putnam City on Thursday night.
BY RYAN ABER Published: November 3, 2012
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Last season's wide receiver class came to Norman highly heralded.

The two receivers who have committed to the Sooners so far this season aren't as highly thought of as a group, but Jenks' Jordan Smallwood and Manvel (Texas) receiver Austin Bennett have been solid.

Smallwood, who came on strong over the summer to earn an Oklahoma offer, had a big game in the Trojans' 46-14 win at Putnam City on Thursday night.

Smallwood had a 40-yard touchdown catch on the first drive of the season have and finished with eight catches for 135 yards.

Bennett came up with some big plays in the Mavericks' 42-28 win over Pearland.

Bennett had a 42-yard touchdown catch late in the first half.

Another potential wide receiver in the class, Tulsa East Central's Stanvon Taylor, had five catches for 72 yards and a touchdown in the Cardinals' win.

THOMAS, COLLEYVILLE HERITAGE ROLL

Oklahoma quarterback commitment Cody Thomas and Colleyville (Texas) Heritage cruised Friday night, beating Carrollton Turner 70-0.

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