March 30, 2010
Sooners Looking at PA Tight End
Injuries can hinder the best of players, many times causing them to miss valuable playing time, raising questions of their durability and leading to a decline in their recruiting stock.
This scenario is not the case for Oil City, Pennsylvania tight end Ben Koyack.
After suffering a torn meniscus just seven games into Oil City High School's regular season, the 6-foot-5, 230-pound junior had to miss the rest of his junior season. However, Koyack was preparing to make his return in the playoffs had his team made it a bit further.
Despite the injury, the versatile tight end still ranked second on the team with 43 receptions, first with 748 yards re and added seven touchdowns to his resume. Unsurprisingly, teams have taken notice and the Pennsylvanian has picked up offers from around the country, including Oklahoma.
"I got the official (offer) probably about a month or two ago," said Koyack. "It came in the mail. I don't know (which coach) sent it."
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