QB recruits star struck at OU-Missouri 

September, 27, 2011
The class of 2013’s top high school football prospects are starting to get accustomed to the media attention -- and to the attention from opponents on the field.

There are still times, however, when they are in an unfamiliar spot. Two Oklahoma high school quarterbacks were left star struck during OU’s 38-28 win against Missouri on Saturday.

Junior Brayden Scott (Tahlequah, Okla./Sequoyah) knew it would be an interesting experience, because it was his first time at a Sooners game. But he didn’t know his favorite player was going to be there.
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