Kyler Murray, Mark Andrews named to All-Decade team

Murray, Andrews among the best of 2010s.

Oklahoma standouts Kyler Murray, Mark Andrews, were named a member of Max Prep's All-Decade team.

Andrews, a consensus four-star wide receiver Dessert Mountain High School (Scottsdale, Ariz.), would move to tight-end at Oklahoma.
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As a senior, he would haul in 68 catches for 1,122 yards and 17 touchdowns, earning the nationally ranking of the seventh-best receiver in 2014 class by Rivals. He would commit to Oklahoma over Alabama, Notre Dame and Ohio State.

Murray, a five-star quarterback Allen High School (Allen, Tex.), went 43-0, leading Allen to three consecutive state championships in 5A, the highest classification of high school football in the state of Texas.

He would earn 2014 Gatorade National Player of the Year honors in his senior season after throwing 3,674 yards, 48 touchdowns while completing 70.6 percent passes.

All-Pro wide receiver, Mike Evans, a teammate at A&M, believes he might be the best, “[Texas HS Football] the best and QB the hardest position so I guess Kyler Murray the best HS player ever, ” Evans tweeted.

Murray would join former Oklahoma coach Kevin Sumlin at Texas A&M, before transferring to Oklahoma and winning the 2019 Heisman Trophy.

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