Argyle’s Ian Sadler commits to Texas Tech

Argyle's Ian Sadler (5) orally committed to Texas Tech today. The junior wide receiver was a big threat for the Eagles all season. (Mike Mezuel II/For the Denton Record-Chronicle)

National Signing Day isn’t coming up anytime soon, but Argyle wide reciever/punter/running back/insert position here Ian Sadler already knows where he’s going to sign next February.

According to multiple reports, Sadler committed to Texas Tech today at their spring game. Sadler, if you don’t remember, was a very strong candidate to win the DRC all-area MVP award. 

If you need a refresher on his stats, here’s what they were after last season.

51 carries for 404 yards, 15 TDs, 1 fumble lost; 50 catches for 1,050 yards and 12 TDs; 3-for-5 for 100 yards and 1 TD passing; 9 kickoff returns, 35.6 yards per return, 2 TDs; 15 punt returns, 31.1 yards per return, 4 TDs; 40.4 yards per punt with eight inside the opponents’ 20-yard line.

That’s right. He’s also not a bad punter. And you know you’ve done something right when you have one of the top current Texas Country artists give you an unsolicited shout-out.

Not too shabby, Sadler. We’ll have more about this later on in the week. But until then, watch below.


 

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