Pawhuska’s Bryce Drummond: Putting in Work on the Field – Presented by Tulsa Bone & Joint

Pawhuska High School quarterback Bryce Drummond has been playing football for over a decade now, 11 years to be exact. He loves the sport and plans to continue in it after high school as well. For right now though, Drummond has his sights set on the current football season and what fans can expect from the team. 

“I think there’s one thing you can expect from the Huskies this season,” said Drummond. “GOLD BALL.”

Drummond’s confidence in his team comes from what is also ones of his favorite things about them. They can have fun, but they also put in the work to be successful.

“I love my team and teammates because we have fun on and off the field, but still get tons of work done,” he said.

The Pawhuska community is another important part of Drummond’s love of football. They are huge supporters of the Huskies, which makes the team want to play better and make their community proud. 

“The support from the community means so much to me and my team,” he said. “We love a good environment to play for. My teammates and I thrive under pressure.”

If the Huskies QB had to play another position for a quarter he says he’d like to play on the line. 

“If coach would let me play any other position, I would pick offensive linemen,” Drummond said. “All you have to do as a lineman is win the battle in front of you. It would save me from doing a lot of thinking.”

In addition to football, Drummond wrestles and throws the discus on the side. He qualified for state in wrestling, placed 4th at state in the discus, and the Pawhuska boys track team are state champions. He is also running for class president. 

In his free time Drummond says he enjoys watching film, hanging out with friends and family, and doing sports activities. He has one thing on his mind for his future after high school.

“My plans for after I graduate are simple – Division I college football.”