October 1, 2008
Apo Getting Mail From Across the Country
This summer there were few position battles at Oklahoma's camp any more entertaining to watch than the bevy of wide receivers and cornerbacks going at it in one-on-one drills. Perhaps no player made his mark more in the workouts than Arlington (Texas) The Oakridge School standout pass-catcher Ross Apo.
It's no surprise that the 6-foot-3, 190-pound receiver was impressive considering as a high school freshman he so impressed the BYU coaches at a camp that he was offered as a first year varsity player.
At that time Apo was playing his football at mighty Euless Trinity but has since transferred to the Oakridge school, a strange move for most football players but a good move for he and his family.
"The main reasons was schooling, there are a lot of good athletes at Trinity and due to school they don't go to where they want to be," Apo said. "Me and my dad were concerned about that, at Oakridge they were more concentrated on school. Going here I know as long I do well I'll get what I need to get."
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