INSIDER: A look at top super sophomores WRs (’23) – We look at some of the hot ’23 play making WRs to take notice of and players like Luke Hasz (K-State;OSU offers) and teammates Jakeb Synder, there is speed and energy. Sedrick Frazier is a top OKC metro ’23 WR from Edmond North, a player that could be one of those exciting play makers in the open field. Logan Grayson is another big 6-3 target who has the skills to be one of the best around.
Sedrick Frazier, 5-8, 150, WR, 2023, Edmond North @FrazierSedrick
You don’t have to be big to be a very good and fast play making WR and Sedrick brings just that as a WR that is very tough to stop and is a guy that can see where to be at to also make the big game changing type plays at his WR spot. Also has some very impressive speed with a 4.52 in the 40 yard dash. A hot pick among OKC’s Edmond North.
Logan Grayson, 6-3, 180, WR, 2023, Edmond Memorial @logangrayson_
Another very impressive big time target at 6-3, 180 pounds, Grayson can be a very tough man to cover and one of those players that can make the most of every touch. A young player that is looking to become an up and coming big recruit. Pure versatility and size also make Grayson a player that can impact the game in many impressive phases and Grayson ahs good size to make those big impactful plays as well.
Luke Hasz, 6-4, 215, WR/OLB, 2023, Bixby @lukehasz2
K-State and Oklahoma State have offered the sensational sophomore and no doubt that Hasz could be the most underrated player in the 2023 class, but in the near future the secret won’t be there long as the big timer size and athlete is making a huge name for himself in 2020. Already 6-4 inches tall and 215 pounds, has the D1 type frame as a super sophomore and has a big time future ahead for the powerful Spartans offense.
One of the top athletes and play makers in the super sophomore class for the powerhouse Bixby club, Hasz is off to a good sophomore start and looks to factor into their offense in a big way this season. The great heighted 6-4 Hasz is a nice huge target down the field and a play maker that has nine receptions for238 yards and a pair of TDs through three games. Can bench 265, clean 265 and squat 405. We look for Hasz to be one of the top Tulsa area WRs in the coming seasons and a big time looking player that has it all.
Morgan Pearson, 6-2, WR, 2023, Plainview @pearsonmorgan_
Pearson a big time D1 prospect with multiple offers already, is coming off a impressive 2020 season and super sophomore year in which he had 48 catches, 831 yards and nine receiving touchdowns with seven completions, 160 yards and one passing touchdown. A player that can go up and snag balls with the best of them in the state and one of the most exciting play making WRs in the state, Pearson spells huge potential for the next level and is a big timer gamer. Has an Illinois State football offers and OU and Oklahoma State baseball offers.
Demetrius Prudom, 6-1, 190, WR, 2023, Booker T. Washington @MeechYfn
On the loaded with talent Booker T. Washington team, Prudom is one of the highest ceiling play making the the team and a guy that can make some big time plays happen with his athletic skills, a lot of top ’23s on the team and at WR Prudom should be considered one of the most dangerous on the team. 6-1, 190 also a good sized target down the field to make some big plays and big things happen.
Diego Ramos, 6-2, 170, WR, 2023, Vian @Diego_Ramoss07
A long and lean play maker on both sides of the football that can be a major weapon as a pass catcher or as a ball hawking DB in the Wolverines secondary unit. No doubt one of the top athletes in the Oklahoma class of ’23, Ramos has two huge years ahead with some great expectations to have two huge and productive seasons for the super sophomore. In 2019 Ramos racked up 21 tackles, 2 TD passes in 3 games
Jakeb Snyder, 5-10, 170, WR, 2023, Bixby @jakebsnyda16
One of the key go to wide receivers and go to play makers that has very good hands and is an excellent route runner and downfield target, the young Snyder will teammate with fellow classmate in the ’23 Luke Hasz to form one of the toughest WR cores do defend against in the state or the upcoming 2021 season. Also a defensive standout who had an impressive 52 total tackles, 39 solo tackles, 8 pass break ups, 3 interceptions, and 2 fumble recoveries Offensively he posted 20 catches for 315 receiving yards and had a 15.7 yards per catch average with three receiving TD’s and had 455 All purpose yards.
Jalyn Stanford, 5-11, 175, WR/RB, 2023, Jenks @JalynStanford1
No doubt a Jenks team that claimed the 2020 state championship had a unique combination of talent from senior vets along with impressive underclassmen, the likes of which Jalyn Stanford have emerged as top players to know for the Jenks class of ’23. A player that runs a 4.6 in the 40 yard dash and is a blazer that can make huge plays all over the field should bode well for years to come for the outstanding super sophomore. Stanford finished the 2020 season with 203 yards in 8 games with 18 touches, racked up 21 tackles on defense and had three pass breakups in the secondary unit. No doubt one of the
future big timers for Jenks
LT Taylor, 5-8, 155, WR, 2023, Noble @LTTaylor14
One of the most athletic of all play making WRs in the Oklahoma sophomore class of ’23 and a pass catcher that can always make something out of nothing with the ball in his hands. Taylor is a player that racked up a very impressive five interceptions on defense that then at receiver Taylor had 41 receptions for 673 yards and scored six touchdowns for the 2020 season. Taylor is one of the most impressive play makers in the 2023 class and a guy that will be one of the many impressive Noble weapons. Expect some huge things from Taylor in 2021.
Orie Walker, 6-3, 185, WR, 2023, Heritage Hall @orie_walker
Attack returning for the WR core for Heritage Hall, they will loose some good ones, but super sophomore Orie Walker will be a huge target at again at 6-3 inches tall and Gavin Freeman is a ’22 junior that will be a senior go to again for the Chargers in 2021. Orie could be one of the hottest play making super sophomores in the OKC metro and for sure has the frame and the hands to be that guy. Racked up an impressive 516 yards on 25 catches and scored 5 touchdowns in 2020.