All Access: Midwest City Football, Will Sunderland Talks Future

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High school football season has officially arrived in Oklahoma.

August 11 was the first day teams could officially practice, and Midwest City was one of the first high schools to hit the gridiron.

Darrell Hall had his team on the field at midnight to immediately get their 2014 season started.

Midwest City didn't waste any time getting to work, the team practiced for three hours.

This season, the Bombers will seek their sixth state title and first since 1995.

Hall enters his third season as Midwest City's head coach and is coming off a 9-3 season in 2013.

Watch the video above for an all-access look into Midwest City football from the perspective of their head coach.

The Bombers have several playmakers on their roster, but senior defensive back Will Sunderland has drawn interest from some of college football's biggest powers.

One of Sunderland's top schools is the University of Oklahoma, where he's spent two consecutive weekends on campus visiting with Bob Stoops' football team.

Watch the video below to hear Sunderland's thoughts on the midnight practice, his visits to OU and how the recruiting process is going.

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