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Jackson finished second on the team last season with 547 yards of rush. He is ready for whatever comes this year.
“I feel like when I get my snapshots, I just let everyone count,” he said. “I’m just ready anytime. And I think we can all bring so much to the room. “
Brown is the most experienced of the returnees. The runabout ran 437 yards last season, averaging 5.3 yards per carry. His 66-yard touchdown run against West Virginia was the longest rushing game for the state of Oklahoma last season. In his career, he’s had 1,044 yards and eight touchdowns.
His experience has earned him a role as a team leader.
“The boys – they lean on me,” he said. “You can get this feeling – you watch you do things. They try to imitate you. They also listen when you speak. It feels good to have it. It’s a role that I want to take on. They are guys who are selfless in the room, so they make my work easy. “
Richardson, a sophomore graduate of Bishop McGuinness High School in Oklahoma City, ran for 223 yards and three touchdowns on 44 carries last season. He ran 23 times for 169 yards and three touchdowns against Baylor last season, the second-highest total distance of all time for a freshman in the state of Oklahoma.
Warren is a transfer from the state of Utah. In three games as leadback for the Aggies, he stormed for 252 yards and three touchdowns. He ran for 136 yards against Fresno State, including an 86-yard touchdown run. As a junior in 2019, he opened his career in the state of Utah by storming more than 100 yards in consecutive games.