San Marcos Academy senior Aubrey Oswalt has signed a letter of intent to play football for Oklahoma Panhandle State University, which competes in NCAA Division II.
Oswalt, who played quarterback and cornerback, led the academy’s Bears with three interceptions last season including a 52-yard interception returned for a touchdown versus the Texas School for the Deaf in Austin.
“Aubrey Oswalt has great football awareness,” said Hyde Park Baptist head coach Dean Campbell, who career includes coaching positions at Air Force and Texas Tech. “As a defensive back, he has the ability to see the ball out of the QBs hand and take good angles to the football. He has great ball skills when the ball is coming his way and he has a knack for getting his hands on the ball.”
Oswalt plans to enroll in the university’s marketing program this summer.
“We are excited about the influx of Texas football players like Oswalt deciding to be Aggies in Oklahoma.” said Oklahoma Panhandle head coach Jon Lyles. “Aubrey has has a great deal of talent, and we are looking forward to honing the skills he has picked up during his years of experience into something special.”
Aubrey Oswalt is the son of Ronald and Machel Oswalt of San Marcos. Ron Oswalt is chief operating officer of Sports Marketing Experts.Email | Print