A talented dual threat quarterback, Spiro 2019 Deontei Braggs is putting together a big senior season helping the Bulldogs to a 6-2 record.
At 6’1, 182-pounds, he’s an athletic quarterback who is able to make plays with his legs or his arm.
“I have a strong arm, quick mind, and fast feet,” Braggs says. “Defensively I use my speed and athleticism to be a lockdown corner on the outside.”
He spent the offseason attending several camps and combines, including Oklahoma State, Central Arkansas, East Central, and a Memphis Mega Camp.
“I learned to use get my lower body more involved in my throwing mechanics,” he says. “It was a great experience being able to see the facilities and to be mentored by such great coaches.
“Things I improved upon: Mainly my footwork and decision making and being able to adjust to changes on the field midplay.”
Braggs holds offers from Emporia State, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Northeastern State University and Central Oklahoma, and has drawn interest from Oklahoma, Cornell and Harvard.Six Star Football recently caught up with Braggs and asked him about his senior season.
Six Star — Most influential person:
Deontei — My mom
Six Star — Pre Game ritual:
Deontei — I just lie down in the middle of the floor in the field house with the lights off and close my eyes and tune everything out.
Six Star — Favorite class:
Deontei — Chemistry
Six Star — Best Game:
Deontei — This one is a hard one, but I would have to say first round of playoffs Junior year against Okemah
Six Star — Biggest weight room accomplishment:
Deontei — maxing on deadlift at 405
Six Star — Teammate that could be a big star at the next level:
Deontei — I can’t choose just one, but the three with the most potential to be stars at the next level would be Malik Roberson, Mekhi Roberson, and Ty Clayton
Six Star — Hardest working teammate:
Deontei — Will Dunnigan
Six Star — Player to keep an Eye on:
Deontei — Kwame Sey