Posted On: 09/8/20 8:00 AM

On Friday night the Piedmont Wildcats defeated the El Reno Indians 31-7. During the game, there were a handful of players on both teams who stood out in a big way. Some were well-known players who are expected to have big years while others were players who flew under the radar coming into 2020 and pleasantly surprised us in week one. Here are a few players from Piedmont that impressed us Friday night.

Wesley MorrisonWesleyMorrison5'11" | Running BackPiedmont | 2022OK - Running Back - Class of 2022

Wesley MorrisonWesleyMorrison5'11" | Running BackPiedmont | 2022OK made his first start at running back on Friday night and he certainly made the most of it. Morrison seemed to carry the ball 3 or 4 times on every possession for Piedmont’s run-heavy attack and finished the night with 24 carries for 96 yards. Though he did not have any touchdowns or many breakaway runs, Morrison was the games leading rusher and improved with every carry as the game went on. His vision and decisiveness in the backfield were noticeably better in the 4th quarter than in the 1st quarter. With his talents and Piedmont’s system, Morrison may find himself among the state leaders in rushing yards if he continues to

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