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College Sports: Commit roundup: Oklahoma commit named title game MVP, Texas pledge sets record 

Texas high school football state championships took place over the weekend, and players committed to area colleges made some noise. 

Here is a look at how commits for each school fared in title games: 

Baylor

— No Baylor commits played for state titles over the weekend. 

Oklahoma

— Five-star 2020 Aledo running back Jase McClellan rushed for 147 yards and three touchdowns and also added 23 yards receiving and another score in a 55-19 blowout win over Fort Bend Marshall. McClellan only played about two and a half quarters and was named the game’s Offensive MVP. 

SMU

— No SMU commits competed for state titles. 

TCU

— Newton athlete Joshua Foster passed for 97 yards and a touchdown in a 21-16 victory over Canadian. 

— Newton running back Darwin Barlow rushed for 96 yards, logged 45 yards receiving and scored two total touchdowns in the same game. 

— Longview offensive lineman Marcus Williams helped Longview rack up 569 yards of total offense in a 35-34 win over Beaumont West Brook.

— Aledo linebacker Wyatt Harris recorded several tackles and led a solid defensive effort in a dominant 55-19 win over Fort Bend Marshall. 

Texas

— Four-star Cuero athlete Jordan Whittington exploded for 377 yards of total offense and six touchdowns in a 40-28 win over Pleasant Grove. He set a state title game record for most rushing yards in a game with 334 and was named the game’s Offensive MVP. He also recorded 11 tackles on defense. 

Texas A&M

— No Texas A&M commits competed for state titles. 

Texas Tech

— North Shore defensive lineman Tony Bradford notched several tackles in a wild 41-36 win over North Shore in the 6A DII state title game.

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