A roundup of how some of Oklahoma State’s verbal commits for 2020 fared in their games this past weekend.
Matt Polk, WR, Saguaro High School - Matt Polk, Oklahoma State’s newest football commit, scored a touchdown for his second straight game as the Sabercats defeated Desert Edge High School 63-14. The Sabercats’ offense shredded the Scorpion for 480 yards and nine touchdowns. Polk’s touchdown came off a 38-yard reception, his only catch of the game. He now has a total of 484 receiving yards and six touchdowns on the season. Polk is a receiver with great size and will look to make an impact for the Cowboys in 2020.
Jordan Reagan, CB, Bixby High School - Reagan and the Spartans shutout Booker T. Washington 31-0 on Friday night. The Spartans’ defense has only allowed 17 points and has two shutouts in the last four games. Reagan has played a big part in the defense’s success as he’s totaled 13 tackles, two passes defended and three interceptions, one of them was a pick six against Putnam City. Reagan was named the Defensive Player of the Game by Max Preps after the Spartans’ win over the Hornets. Reagan had three tackles and one pass defended. Reagan is an elite corner and is ranked as one the top 20 players in Oklahoma for the class of 2020, according to 247 Sports.