Joshua Clay 2022
Not too many freshmen get to see varsity action, but the Rough and ready young freshman lineman at Southmoore is a rare exception. He is making a name for himself early and expect to hear that name mentioned over and over again over the next three seasons. He is a player that looks to pancake you every chance he gets at his center position.
Made his first start against powerhouse Stillwater, and started every game the rest of the season. This kid has some huge potential and is a player that will only getter bigger, faster, and stronger with age.
Six Star — Most Influential Person
Joshua—The most influential person in my life is my dad.
Six Star — What camps did you attend during the offseason Six Star —
Joshua—I went to one camp this summer held by SWOSU, I’m going to go to a lot more next season. During the off-season I wrestled so I was in better shape and had decent feet. Also work with one of my coaches on footwork and punch during the summer.
Six Star — What colleges have shown interest
Joshua—I have had no college interest, but I am a freshman so I’m not too worried.
Six Star — pre-game ritual
consists of me listening to loud music and getting mentally prepared.
Six Star — Favorite Class
Six Star — Best Game
Joshua—My best game this season would have to be the Edmond North game I had a some pancakes in that game.
Six Star — My biggest weight room accomplishment
Joshua—Is this summer I got my bench press to 230lbs.
Six Star — Teammate likely to be a college star
Joshua—I honestly think Brian Shomali will play D-1 football.
Six Star — My hardest working teammate
Joshua—would have to be Donovan Gaines.
Six Star — Teammate to keep an eye on
Joshua—Everyone should be looking at Brian Shomali this season, and people should watch out for DJ the nose-guard.