One of the most patient and effective runners in Western Oklahoma is for sure Hooker High’s Tanner McBee. He lets his blocks develop and makes a cut off of them. McBee is a player who tries to make you miss, but is capable of lowering his head and get a few yards if he needs to.
The most influential person
Tanner- for me was Coach Trevor Powers, he had full faith in me to get the job done. He pushed me every single day to be a better player.
What camps did you attend and what did you take away from those
Tanner – I went to Texas Tech strength and condition camp, which helped me become a stronger better football player and how to do the correct movements to make me faster. I improved most on by letting my blocks develop to let me make the right cut.
Tanner- My favorite song would have to be “Going Bad” by Meek Mill
Tanner- my best game against good talent was against Thomas where I had 180 rushing yards and 3 td’s but my best stat game would be against Booker TX where I had 13 carries for 215 yards and 3 tds.
Biggest weight room accomplishment
Tanner – would be deadlifting 475 lbs since I’m 165 lbs myself.
Hardest working teammate
Tanner- I had was Cole Fischer a sophomore who has big potential to be a great player and a player to keep an eye on