June 7, 2007

Oklahoma not the only big camp in town

It's been a busy few days at SoonerScoop.com, Tuesday concluded the first session of Oklahoma's prestigious summer camps. Wednesday began the second session as well as a chance to see some of Oklahoma City's best in a camp including the likes of Midwest City, Bishop McGuiness, and Norman North.

The story of the day had to be the multiple top flight 2009 quarterback on display. Of course Tyler Tettleton is a name well known for Oklahoma high school football fans. The son of a famous major league baseball player he has been well noted since he joined the North starting line-up late in his freshman year and continued his progress taking the Timberwolves to their first playoff victory in school history.

However, there is another junior-to-be in-state who made his presence felt on Wednesday giving most coaches and scouts a first chance to see his strong arm and big potential. That player is Oklahoma Christian School's Landon Greve. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound quarterback has been a starter essentially since the moment he stepped on the Oklahoma City campus and has gained the respect of fellow 2A stars like Gerald Jones and Jimmy Stevens over the last two years.

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