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OKLAHOMA RECRUIT PROFILES

Oklahoman Published: February 3, 2000
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Gayron Allen

Linebacker, 5-foot-10, 195 lbs., Orange, Texas (West Orange Stark HS)

Rated as the 12th best linebacker in the Midlands by PrepStar Magazine... Member of the Dallas Morning News Top 100 and SuperPrep Texas 100... Ranked as the 97th best player in the entire state of Texas by SuperPrep... Two-time all-state selection and district MVP in 1999

Jammal Brown

Defensive tackle, 6-6, 310, Lawton MacArthur

One of the top-10 high school defensive tackles in the nation... Earned first-team all-state honors as a defensive tackle from the Tulsa World and high school coaches association... Rated as the fifth best defensive lineman in the Midlands by PrepStar Magazine and eighth best player in the Midlands by SuperPrep Magazine... Named as the second best player in the state by First Down Publications... Was a second-team all-state selection by The Oklahoman as an offensive lineman.

Marcus Chretien

Defensive end, 6-4, 240, Houston, Texas (Kilgore College)

Has already enrolled at OU and will participate in spring practice... A PrepStar juco All-American... Was a two-time all-conference pick and earned the honor of team MVP last season... Attended Dulles High School in Houston, where he starred in both football and basketball

Mark Clayton

Wide receiver, 5-11, 170, Arlington, Texas (Arlington Sam High School)

Member of the Dallas Morning News Top 100, Rivals100.com Texas 100 and PrepStar Magazine All-Midlands Region squad.

Dan Cody

Tight end, 6-4, 230, Ada

Selected first-team all-state by the state coaches and Tulsa World as a tight end... Member of The Oklahoman 's Red Chip List and named second-team all-state... District 5A-3 defensive player of the year.

Lance Donley

Tight end, 6-4, 225, Weatherford

First-team all-state pick by The Oklahoman , Tulsa World and state high school coaches association... Member of The Oklahoman 's Blue Chip List... Rated as the 49th best player in the Midlands by SuperPrep Magazine.

Howard Duncan

Offensive lineman, 6-4, 300, Kansas City, Kan. (Butler County CC)

One of the top junior college offensive lineman in the nation... First-team NJCAA, Grid-Wire and PrepStar All-American after an outstanding sophomore season... Ranked 38th on the SuperPrep juco 100... Named Jayhawk Junior College Conference offensive lineman of the year after last season... Moved to the U.S. in 1990 from Liberia.

Charles Dupree

Linebacker, 6-3, 210, Millwood

Noted as the fourth best player in the state according to First Down Publications... Listed as the eighth best linebacker in the Midlands according to PrepStar Magazine... A SuperPrep All-American who is also ranked as the 28th best linebacker in the nation by the same publication... Was a first-team all-state pick by The Oklahoman , Tulsa World and high school coaches association as a linebacker.

Jerad Estus

Running back, 6-1, 180, Wichita Falls, Texas (Hirschi HS)

Member of the Dallas Morning News Top 100... Rated as the 10th best running back in the Midlands by SuperPrep Magazine and 38th best player (eighth best running back) in the entire state of Texas by Rivals100.com... Red River District 22 offensive player of the year.

Jerod Fields

Offensive lineman, 6-7, 280 Bandera, Texas

A three-time all-district performer... A three-year starter at tight end and offensive line.

Ataleo Ford

Wide receiver, 6-1, 178, Ardmore

A PrepStar All-American... Rated as the third best receiver in the Midlands by PrepStar and 38th best player in the Midlands by SuperPrep... Earned first-team all-state honors from the state coaches as well as the Tulsa World... Member of the The Oklahoman's Blue Chip List and named second-team All-State.

Michael Freeman

Cornerback, 5-11, 180 Chino Hills, Calif. (Mount San Antonio Junior College)

A second-team NJCAA All-American selection after a solid sophomore campaign at Mount San Antonio Junior College in Walnut, Calif.... Earned first-team all-conference honors while playing both cornerback and free safety... Was a three-year starter at cornerback and free safety while at Damien High School in La Verne, Calif.... Has already enrolled at OU and will participate in spring practice.

Rombrose Jones

Linebacker, 6-2, 225, Bristow

One of the highest recruited players in the state... Member of the Top 100 teams by Rivals100.com, First Down Publications, SuperPrep and PrepStar ... Rated as the 27th best linebacker in the nation by SuperPrep and fourth best linebacker in the Midlands by PrepStar ... A first-team all-state pick by The Oklahoman , Tulsa World and high school coaches association.

Ted Lehman

Running back/linebacker, 6-1, 228, Fort Gibson

A PrepStar and SuperPrep All-American... A first-team all-state pick by The Oklahoman , Tulsa World and high school coaches association... Ranked as the sixth best player in the state by First Down Publications... Also ranked as the 40th best linebacker in the nation and fifth best in the Midlands by SuperPrep Magazine... Was the first commitment to the Sooners last summer.

Vernon Maxwell

Defensive back, 6-3, 215, Midwest City

A 1995 Parade All-American who gave up collegiate football to play professional baseball... Signed with the San Diego Padres after being selected in the second round of the 1996 amateur draft... Signed a letter of intent to play football at Tennessee but decided on baseball instead... Was traded to the New York Yankees after one year and played with the Yankees Single-A team in Tampa last season... As a senior at Midwest City, Maxwell was one of the most sought after high school talents... Garned all-state, all-region and all-district honors in 1995

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