Wrenn accounted for 1,129 yards and 19 TDs on 170 carries as a junior, and his versatility will help to make the Broken Arrow offense a little more potent this fall, getting both backs on the field together more often.
“He has the ability to catch the football, so we can put him at wide receiver and move him around,” coach Steve Spavital said. “You get him the football and he knows what to do with it. We want to get him in space and let him wiggle.
In addition to his efforts on the recruiting scene, Wrenn will spend much of the coming weeks trying to add some bulk to his lanky frame.
“I want to gain 12 or 13 pounds,” he said. “That will give me more upper body strength, and I know I need to get bigger for the college level.”
And Wrenn will be counted on heavily, especially in the early going, as the Broken Arrow offense finds itself.
“We have a new quarterback, and the offensive line is being rebuilt,” Spavital said. “We know what we've got at running back, so that's going to be important.”
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No. 23: Cameron Wrenn
School: Broken Arrow
Height: 6 feet
Weight: 180 pounds
Position: Running back
Offers: Waiting for his first Division I offer, but programs like Oklahoma State and Arkansas have expressed interest.