Oklahoma Recruiting Roundup


Thursday, July 28th 2011, 5:31 pm
By: News On 6


Originally Published: Feb 1, 2010 12:59 AM CDT

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Andrew Topps
Oklahoma Sports Staff Writer

Millwood linebacker Trayvon Henry has narrowed his list to two schools after decommitting from Kansas following Mark Mangino's termination. Texas Tech and Arkansas made the final cut, but there is one huge caveat; he has yet to qualify academically. Henry said that if he qualifies this year he will sign with the Red Raiders, however if he fails to qualify, then he will sign and place with the Razorbacks at Butler Community College in Kansas. Henry is scheduled to take the ACT in February.

Denton Simek said he received an offer from Missouri over the weekend. The Prague offensive lineman decommitted from Texas Tech after Mike Leach’s firing. Simek said he did not feel comfortable with the way things went down after Leach was let go. He said he has been in contact with Oklahoma State, Nebraska and TCU among other. Simek hinted he might make a decision by Tuesday.

Del City’s dynamic wideout duo of Chris McAlister and Donavan Dan are still wide open. The pair of Eagles has received D-I interest but not as much as you might think.

Dan has offers from Air Force and Weber State but said he is considering going the junior college route to NEO due to the lack of big time offers.

McAlister was rumored to have committed to Central Arkansas but with offers from programs including Rice, Stanford and Colorado State that commitment most likely will not stick.

Jenks' defensive lineman David Lore was supposed to take a trip to Army on Jan. 30. However, his flight was canceled due to the weather causing him to stay home. Lore said he will decide between Air Force and Navy, with the Falcons in the lead.