C4 Sports Performance held their 4 Day showcase at their beautiful facility in Durant, Oklahoma. Multiple media outlets and college coaches from as far as South Dakota were on hand to see some of the best talent from Oklahoma and Texas go through agility drills and combine style testing.
Even without some of the biggest C4 stars like the #1 2023 player in Oklahoma Norman Community Christian OLB Bai Jobe, 2023 McAlester (OK) and OU Commit ATH Erik McCarty, 2024 Daingerfield (TX) ATH Aeryn Hampton, and the #1 2024 player in Oklahoma Durant (OK) DL Xadavien Sims not participating there we a lot of star power in attendance.
C4 Founder Sean Cooper talks about what the mission of 4 Day is, "We wanted to give our kids in our program an advantage and put the in a situation to get more exposure, more development, and get (them) ready for the camp circuit. We wanted to show the college coaches and media we have dudes for the next 4 years."
Top 2023 Prospects
ATH Rohan Fluellen (6' 170) - Gilmer (TX) TCU Commit
Fluellen showed why he is one of the top athletes in the state of Texas with his fluid hips, agility, and ball skills. The TCU commit, ran one of the fastest times in the fully automatic 20 yard dash and looked smooth drills. Fluellen should have another good year for the 2021 state runner-up Gilmer.
23' ATH Morgan Pearson (6' 2' 225) - Plainview (OK)
Pearson showed why he is one of the most versatile athletes in the state of Oklahoma. Pearson showed excellent change of direction running a 4.19 in the Pro Agility Shuttle . It's easy to see why he has offers at WR, TE, DB, and OLB with his size and speed. He looked real fluid in WR and LB drills. Pearson holds offers in two sports (Football/Baseball) from Oklahoma State, Minnesota, Texas Tech, Iowa State, and North Texas.
WR Vontrelle Sanders (6'2" 170) - Sherman (TX)
Sanders looks like a prototypical Power 5 wide receiver long, lean, and smooth. Sanders was smooth in and out of his cuts and caught the ball with ease. He showed great speed and jumping ability tracking down deep balls from the C4 QBs. Sanders came to the 4 Day after lighting it up earlier in the day for the Bearcats at the Texas 7on7 SQT. Sanders holds Pittsburg, Houston Baptist, and Southeast Missouri.
ATH CJ Gilbert (6'3" 190) - Daingerfield (TX)
Gilbert was one of the most intriguing prospects with his combination of length and speed. Gilbert showed his basketball background with in the vertical and broad jumps. He looked really smooth in agility, DB, and WR drills. He will be a prospect that will garner a lot of attention this summer at college camps. Gilbert currently holds offers from Lamar and Southwestern Oklahoma.
There were a lot of other 2023 standouts such who participated in the 4 Day showcase. Gunter (TX) ATH Pheonix Grant (6'2" 185) looked really good in DB drills showing good change of direction and ball skills. Grant played Quarterback for Sherman (TX) last year, but will play both sides of the ball this season. Atoka (OK) LB Andrew McCall (6' 220) looked like a typical Linebacker with big muscles and long hair. McCall looked really smooth and showed good ball skills in LB drills. McCall plays both sides of the football for Atoka, but his future at the next level will be defensive. Sherman (TX) ATH Aries Jones (6' 180) is a prospect that has stood out all spring long at Cornerback. Considering he played Wideout all last season for the Bearcats, but with his length, speed, and ball skills his future at the next level maybe at Corner. Jones showed great change of direction and technique at Corner in DB drills. Jones went to Midwestern State camp and won the Top DB award at the camp.
Other 2023 Notable Standouts
ATH Cameron Armstrong (6' 175) - Leonard (TX)
WR Justin Humphrey (6'2" 170) - Pauls Valley (OK)
ATH Steven Bush - (6' 180) - Sanger (TX)
QB Kamden Sixkiller - Norman North (OK)
DL Mason Peacock (6'3 230) - Gunter (TX)
OL Kanyon Ives (6'3" 250) - Denison (TX)
WR Jude Bentley (6'1 185) - Pottsboro (TX)
The C4 2024-2026 is loaded with star power with multiple kids having FBS/Power 5 offers already. The 2024 class was led by 4 Star Safety Kenyan Kelly from Denison (TX), Elkmore City (OK) ATH Damontre Patterson, and Poteau (OK) ATH Dax Collins.
Kelly, looked fluid in agility and DB drills. Kelly holds offer Oklahoma, Baylor, Arkansas, Oklahoma State and TCU. The ultra dynamic Patterson showed his explosiveness in agility drills and testing. He stood out in both DB and WR drills. Patterson holds a Marshall offer, but with his length and 10.52 speed he will definitely be one of the most recruited athletes in Oklahoma. Collins was all business during the showcase showing he is one of the most competitive guys there. Collins worked looked good in agility, RB, and DB drills.
The 2025 class was lead by Prosper Rock Hill (TX) QB Kevin Sperry, Idabel (OK) RB Ravian Larry, and Sherman (TX) WR Vonte Sanders. Sperry showed great accuracy and arm strength that earned his offers from SMU, UNT, and Austin Peay. The biggest surprise was how agile he was in agility drills. Larry, looked and moved like a FBS Running Back in drills. He was very explosive and runs with a natural low bad level. The 6'6" two sport star Sanders, showed great agility, bend, and caught the ball naturally in the throwing potion of the showcase.
Sherman (TX) 2025 WR Mikah Hunt was one of the biggest surprise of the day. The 6'2" 185 Hunt, looked like a college wideout already with his broad build and long arms. He caught the ball well and looked smooth in drills and routes.
The 2026 Class featured Durant (ATH) Colton Yarbrough, Hebron (TX) WR Amarean Porter, and Durant (OK) ATH Cole Robbins. The 6'5" Yarbrough, holds offers from Arkansas Vanderbilt, and UIW showed good bend and agility in agility and positions drills. He and Sims on Durant D-Line next year will be scary. Porter, is a natural wideout that has elite speed and ball skills. Robbins, is another jack of all trades. He showed the skillset to play DB, WR, and RB.
If you are ever in Southern Oklahoma or North Texas you definitely need to stop by C4 Sports Performance and recruit the Texoma area.