With the receiver position being such a hot commodity in the Oklahoma offense, it’s very appealing to high-profile recruits looking to get the ball thrown their way on a regular basis. One of those players is 6-2, 195 pound receiver, Jordan Smallwood of Jenks High School.
Smallwood ended his high school career like every player dreams of doing, with a state championship. His Trojans defeated Norman North and Sooner commit Jordan Evans in the 6A state title game by a score of 55-20. Smallwood had three catches for 40 yards and two touchdowns. The win capped off a 12-2 season for the Trojans, and they finished as the No. 25 team in the nation.
Smallwood finished the season as the Trojans leading receiver with 47 catches for 824 yards and 11 touchdowns. His stats landed him third in all of 6A, and his 11 scores was tops in the division. He will join a crowded group of talented receivers when he arrives in Norman.
Smallwood is ranked as the 111th rated receiver and the 6th overall player in the state of Oklahoma by 247Sports.