- Bob Przybylo, Reporter, RecruitingNation
Oklahoma City Millwood hasn’t been too kind to Oklahoma. For one reason or another, the top prospects from the tradition-rich school usually don’t become Sooners. When Josh Turner was the No. 1 prospect in the state in the Class of 2011, he chose Texas.
The Class of 2014 looks like another strong year from Oklahoma City Millwood. Wide receiver Cameron Batson is already committed to Texas Tech, and schools are starting to take notice of defensive back Alfonzo McMillian.
OU defensive coordinator Mike Stoops was one of those coaches who made the trek to practice last week to get a look at the 5-foot-11, 184-pound safety.
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