Kendre Oliver, DL/OL, Class of 2021

Posted On: 10/11/20 2:21 PM

A pair of seniors helped lead Wheeler to a come-from-behind victory on Friday night and could be flying under-the-radar on the recruiting trail.

In addition to the senior leadership, the Wildcats have a handful of underclassmen who have shined so far this season and could develop into legitimate college prospects.

DL/OL, Kendre Oliver, Class of 2021

Oliver was one of the best players on the field this past Friday night in Wheeler's 13-12 victory over Lassiter. At 6’3” and 255 pounds, Oliver was all over the field from the edge rush position. Facing a triple-option offense isn’t necessarily preferred for a defensive lineman, but Oliver was able to disrupt the opposition with his penetration into the backfield against both the run and pass. He finished with five tackles (four solo, one assist) and a team-high three tackles for loss.

A two-way starter (offensive tackle) for the past two years, Oliver could also potentially play offensive line in college. He finished with three pancake blocks and graded out at 92 percent on Friday.

Currently with no offers, Oliver could certainly be a potential sleeper in the 2021 recruiting cycle.

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A consistent rain on Friday night

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