Senior, Sammy Omosigho, shares his future plan after his time at Crandall High School
Sammy Omosigho is a Senior at Crandall High School. He was a starter on varsity football his freshman year of high school and he has only gotten better as time has gone on. Before he committed to the University of Oklahoma he had a total of 26 D1 offers. He is a great role model for many younger pirates and a natural leader at the high school and on the football field. I was able to ask Sammy a few questions about his future and football career.
Q: When did you start playing football?
Sammy: I started playing football in the 3rd grade.
Q: How many hours do you practice a day?
Sammy: I tend to practice about 3 hours a day.
Q: What are your plans for the future?
Sammy: My plans for the future are to have a successful career at OU and then go into the NFL and have a great career.
Q: What made OU different from the others?
Sammy: The coaches and the family feeling is really what made OU different. The coaches are really faith-based and take their jobs as life coaches very seriously.
Q: Who is your biggest inspiration?
Sammy: My biggest inspiration is Jesus Christ and also my goal is to please all the people that believed in me.
Q: What is your biggest piece of advice for aspiring football players?
Sammy: Never lose your confidence. If you lose your confidence you are playing against yourself.
Crandall is so excited to watch our fellow pirate next year play for Oklahoma University! CISD is very proud to have a pirate like Sammy aboard.
- CJ Zelkovich
- student worker