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Posted Jan 4, 2003
The selection of Bill Foran as the Region's TheInsiders.com / CNNSI.com first-team quarterback may raise a few eyebrows, but week in and week out, he was a top performer, throwing for 1,489 yards and 16 touchdowns without an interception in the regular season while scoring 124 points on the ground.
posted his second consecutive 1,000-yard season, rushing for 1,440 yards and also proved to be a dangerous target as a receiver, scoring 26 touchdowns.
, who still is considering four schools, broke the
schoolboy rushing record with 7,649 yards, 1,650 of those coming in 2002. Multi-talented
will make his
visit in January. Oklahoma State has picked up a plum in
, who was a major force down the stretch in Ryan's second consecutive state 4-A title, only this time in division II.
, an early commitment to A&M, has also made visits to
and Oklahoma, but look for that commitment to stick when he visits College Station on January 10.
is such a great athlete he could play on either side of the ball for
. Of the five offensive linemen, Ian Yates-Cunningham,
are now locked in, while the other two are still visiting. Ofa Mohetau has it down to four schools, while Adams is considering five. Both could hold off making a choice until Signing Day.
had an outstanding year, while
recorded 59 tackles with nine sacks for a team that didn't make the playoffs.
got off to a slow start due to a turf toe, but really came on in the final half of the season. Kennedy might be another player that takes his time before making a school choice.
was a hot commodity early on before making his pledge to the Sooners.
will make his January visit to
before choosing from among the Gators, Sooners, Longhorns and Bruins.
is an intense player who only wants to get bigger, faster and better. He could be the next
for Oklahoma. Ditto for DeMario Pleasant, another big, speedy athlete who's headed for Norman.
It will be interesting to see how
will adapt to Dennis Franchione's defensive scheme that will be spearheaded by new Aggie defensive coordinator Carl Torbush. Even though
gained 1,885 yards with 28 touchdowns as a tailback in 2002, he's headed to Texas as a corner. Ditto for
, who ran and passed Cameron Yoe to a bi-district playoff berth this season.
has the speed and hips to cover speedy wide receivers along the size and strength to come up and hit like a linebacker. Another
? The same can be said for Cory Campbell, who could play either safety spot or cornerback on the next level.
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