Owasso, always a dominant and potent offensive team with a great QB looks to have another big time deep threat receiver in the 2020 class. Meet potential super star wide receiver Payton Lusk.
A very aggressive receiver when it comes to going and getting the ball that is a dangerous weapon and is considered to be a talented deep threat.
Six Star — Describe your season and, how do you feel you played overall for 2018?
Payton—This season was a learning year because I haven’t played since I was little, but I played good this year I came out and worked and ended up in the end zone a few times.
Six Star — What are some of the things that you feel you improved upon during this off season?
Payton—I’ve worked on my feet I feel like they’re getting quicker.
Six Star — Who has been the most influential person in your football life so far?
Payton—My dad for sure he went to the NFL combine and has taught me anything and everything I know and also Coach Blankenship he’s always kept my head up
Six Star — Tell us about your summer, camps, combines, visits, etc. Tell us about the experience and what you were able to take away from it, what camps you attended?
Payton—Since I’m so new to football I haven’t got a chance to go on visits or camps but it’s definitely on the agenda.
Six Star — What kind of college interest have you had so far, and what schools are showing you the most interest?
Payton—Other than some coaches following me on Twitter I wouldn’t know unless my coaches know something
Six Star — Most people don’t know this about me but I:
Payton—Live an hour away from the school. I go to I live in Muskogee and I go to Owasso so I wake up at 5:00 to get to school. It’s always early mornings and late nights
Six Star — Pre Game Ritual
Payton—Me and the other wideout run around and play catch and run routes before the game
Six Star — Favorite Song
Payton—Calling my spirits – Kodak Black
Six Star — Favorite Class in school:
Payton—Sports medicine but I’m best at history
Six Star — What has been the best game you have had in your career and why
Payton—The game against Edmond North because that’s the game where people started to learn my name and I scored 2 tds and on one I went to the gate and gave my dad a fist bump
Six Star — Biggest weight room accomplishment
Payton—My biggest weight room accomplishment would be my 35 inch vertical
Six Star — Teammate likely to be a college star:
Payton—Tristan Profit he has the best work ethic and best confidence and he takes care of his grades no matter what
Six Star — Hardest working player on the team
Payton—Isaiah Jacobs he’s strictly business out on the field
Six Star — Player to keep an eye on:
Payton—Duece Mayberry he’s a well known name but this year he’s gonna take it to another level