Ogallala NE,

“When you watch him on tape right away you know he is a super talented, big kid with a strong arm. He has all the physical tools to be a division one quarterback and with all those assets by all means he should be a division one quarterback.” (Coach Tim Jenkins)

Meet 6’4, 190 lbs Nebraska native Clayton Murphy. Clayton began training with Jenkins Elite back in 2016 during his Freshman year at Castle View, following that Freshman school year Clayton along with his six siblings moved out to Ogallala Nebraska and started his Varsity career with the Indians. The starting junior quarterback has recently got some media coverage following Ogallala Indian’s last week game against the Gothenburg Swedes.

The Swedes knew going into this game that if they were going to be able to stop Ogallala’s offense they were going to have to use their defensive lineman in order to move Clayton Murphy out of the pocket and make him uncomfortable throughout the game. Clayton was able to produce 13 out of 22 completions for 198 yards with one passing touchdown and one rushing.

“Wow Clayton Murphy is a stud, at one point I watched him look off a safety and throw a strike…that’s D-1 talent level stuff!!” (Mason Porterville)

So far this season Clayton has managed to rake up 1734 yards with 103 completions, fourteen passing touchdowns and six rushing. Ogallala is sitting at 4-3, and the Indians will most likely need to win-out in order to make the postseason. This week Clayton and the indians take on the 3-5 Chase County Longhorns Friday October 19th.

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