Dejuan Wojciechowski is one of those quiet athletes who does his talking on the field with darting, slashing runs that have helped his Lawton High School football team get off to a perfect 5-0 start and attain the No. 1 ranking in at least one state poll.
He is also a true team player, one who is more worried about the success of the team, not his own statistics.
When we asked Wojo how many yards rushing he had this season, he wasn't even sure, it really doesn't matter to him. No, the most important thing is winning.
"We have a great offense," the quiet senior said. "I try to make the big runs out in the middle of the field and then let Ivan (Thomas) get those last couple of yards. We've worked great together like that this year. It makes us a better team having two backs; it keeps us fresher."
Indeed, that has been a key for LHS as the running game has worked so well that it forces teams to deploy more assets in the box to stop the run, thus opening up the passing lanes.
"We make just about everything look like we're going to run the stretch play," LHS coach Randy Breeze said. "Wojo does a great job of making a quick read and then either taking it to the sideline or cutting back against the grain. And, with the way our line has been blocking, it's really caused problems for teams. Our backs Wojo and Ivan really compliment each other well.
"We throw Wojo at them and he's the speedster, then we come back with Ivan and he just punishes people. It's a great combination to have in this offense."
Wojo loves the fact that he gets to carry the ideal number of times, about 20.