Oklahoma School for the Deaf quarterback Colin Larkins was named co-player of the year in the United States by the National Deaf Interscholastic Athletics Association.


Oklahoma School for the Deaf quarterback Colin Larkins was named co-player of the year in the United States by the National Deaf Interscholastic Athletics Association.

Larkins, a senior, shares co-player honors with Taylor Koss from the Wisconsin School for the Deaf.

“All of us coaches of very proud of Colin Larkins and this team, which has talent, intellect and experience,” football coach and athletic director Tommy Varner said.

Larkins broken all of OSD’s passing records on the career and season levels. This year, he completed 115-of-196 passes for 2,047 yards and 40 touchdowns.

During Larkins’ high school career, he completed 319-of-525 passes for 5,460 yards and 95 touchdowns.

“I believe I got the greatest coach in my career and picked the right high school,” Larkins said, “but the credit also goes to my teammates. I couldn’t have gotten this honor without their hard work and support.”