Pueblo standout Oscar Landry played for former Desert Swarm member and NFL player Brandon Sanders, a defensive back who now coaches the secondary for the Tucson Sugar Skulls.
Landry, 5-foot-9 and 155 pounds, announced this weekend that he is committed to attend Ottawa University on a football scholarship.
Proud of #2020GametimeProspect Oscar Landry @OLandry2020 (DB/Pueblo HS) on committing to Ottawa University!!! Man, I’m proud of you and your family!! WE DID IT. #MySquadWorksHard #Gametime @OUAZFootball @CoachMoseOUAZ @AllSportsTucson @THutch1995 pic.twitter.com/06BZzWo6M2
Landry had an interception last season and was a threat as a returner.
Here is the Gametime Recruiting & Counseling scouting report on Landry:
Oscar Landry is a Class of 2020 defensive back who stands at 5’9″, weighs in at 155 pounds and has great coverage skills to shut down wide receivers. Oscar has the athleticism and grades to play at the next level. In the classroom, he has a 3.7 GPA and wants to study Art in college. This young man is very intelligent and will be a great asset to a coaching staff.
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