Tyler Ezell is moving his game to Saturdays. There are a bunch of Class 4A, 1st District teams glad to see him go. It’s not that he isn’t a fine fellow, he’s aces. It’s just that he was the “straw which stirred the drink” for Logan County’s best three-year run in program history (29-6).
Last year in 2019, Ezell completed 154 of his 264-passing attempts for 2,340-yards passing and 34-aerial TDs against only 9-interceptions. Combine that with his being the