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Ranking Updated: July 4th, 2017

We’ve updated the OKPreps Big Board, ranking the top ten players at each position, regardless of class. We’ve added a new twist to the Big Board this year. Fans will get an opportunity to vote on who they think the best player at each position is. You can vote as many times as you want and the winning players will be named on August 20th. Vote daily and vote often and as always, let the debate begin!

Southmoore QB Casey Thompson

1) CASEY THOMPSON
2018 – NEWCASTLE

Newcastle quarterback Casey Thompson has been one of, if not the top quarterbacks in the state for the last two years. He made waves this offseason when he transferred from Southmoore to Newcastle, where former offensive coordinator Jeff Brickman is now head coach. Thompson is an absolute playmaker with the ball in his hands. He can throw it, he can run it, Newcastle gets a gem.

Last Ranking: #1
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Trell Wilson

2) MONTRELL WILSON
2018 – MILLWOOD

Millwood standout Montrell Wilson was one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the state last year. Wilson was a big reason that the Falcons had a perfect season and were seemingly unstoppable on offense. Wilson isn’t getting enough credit for his abilities on the football field. He’s without a doubt one of the more underrated prospects in the Oklahoma 2018 class.

Last Ranking: UR
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Will Kuehne

3) WILL KUEHNE
2019 – OWASSO

Don’t know the name? You will soon enough. Although he hasn’t officially been named the starter at Owasso, Will Kuehne has all the tools to be the next up and coming quarterback in Oklahoma. Kuehne is a transfer from Texas and has been impressive during spring and summer workouts, quickly becoming acquainted with the Owasso offense. Look for a breakout season from the Ram signal caller.

Last Ranking: UR
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Undecided

AJ Newsome

4) AJ NEWSOME
2019 – PUTNAM CITY

The highest rated southpaw on the list, Putnam City quarterback AJ Newsome emerged last year after a fantastic sophomore campaign. Expectations will be high for the Pirates with a lot of talent returning in 2017. Newsome is a big reason for that as he’ll have an opportunity to put up some big numbers. If he takes the next step in his development, the Pirates will be fun to watch each week.

Last Ranking: #2
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Undecided

Braxton Bohrofen

5) BRAXTON BOHROFEN
2018 – WESTMOORE

Westmoore is going to have one of the more talented offenses in the state this year. Quarterback Braxton Bohrofen will get a lot of attention for being the guy who distributes the football to a variety of Westmoore playmakers. However, on his own merit, Bohrofen shouldn’t be overlooked as a legitimate quarterback prospect. However, it appears that his future will be on the baseball diamond.

Last Ranking: #6
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Undecided

Preston Colbert

6) PRESTON COLBERT
2019 – MIDWEST CITY

Midwest City has been carried by their defense the last several years, and it’s led to some successes. However, for the Bombers to take that next step, they need an explosive offense. Quarterback Preston Colbert returns for the Bombers and has the abilities to be the catalyst for a Bomber resurgence. Colbert has the ability to scramble but would much rather pick apart a defense with his arm.

Last Ranking: UR
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Undecided

Camden Cargill

7) CAMDEN CARGILL
2018 – CHRISTIAN HERITAGE

Christian Heritage has been making waves the last few years and it doesn’t take much to see why. With an explosive offense, led by quarterback Camden Cargill, the Crusaders have been taking steps towards being serious contenders. Cargill is an absolute gunslinger at the quarterback position. He has the arm strength to make just about every pass, and Christian Heritage relies heavily on the passing game.

Last Ranking: #3
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Undecided

Blake Adams

8) BLAKE ADAMS
2018 – HERITAGE HALL

Heritage Hall standout Blake Adams has made an impact for the Chargers for several years now. He’s been one of the more efficient quarterbacks in the state the last two years and is also a stellar safety on the defensive side of the ball. Adams is without a doubt a coach on the field. But similar to some other prospects, his future might be on a baseball diamond at the next level.

Last Ranking: #5
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Undecided

Braden Gleason

9) BRADEN GLEASON
2018 – MULDROW

One of the more underrated dual-threat quarterbacks in the state is Muldrow’s Braden Gleason. The Muldrow standout is definitely not getting enough attention for his skill set. Gleason is an accurate thrower on the run and has the ability to extend plays with his legs. Muldrow hasn’t exactly been a must-see destination in the past when it comes to recruits, but Gleason will give coaches a reason this year.

Last Ranking: #9
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Undecided

RJ Wakley

10) RJ WAKLEY
2018 – VICTORY CHRISTIAN

Victory Christian standout RJ Wakley made an immediate impact in his first season as the starting quarterback. He broke the school record with over 500 yards in his first start. Wakley and the Conquerors made it all the way to the title game and have a lot of talent returning for another run. Wakley’s physical style might translate to linebacker at the next level, however, he’s becoming a more polished passer.

Last Ranking: #8
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Undecided

Devonte Lee

1) DEVONTE LEE
2018 – JOHN MARSHALL

It doesn’t take much time to figure out that John Marshall running back Devonte Lee is the best running back in Oklahoma. The John Marshall standout was simply unstoppable last year as a junior. He averaged 15 yards per carry and was a one-man wrecking crew. While he doesn’t have elusive speed, he doesn’t need it with his style of running. The style where it takes four to five defenders to bring him down.

Last Ranking: #1
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Undecided

Will Phillips

2) WILL PHILLIPS
2019 – ENID

Here’s a prospect that we’ve been high on since we first saw him last summer. Enid running back Will Phillips is currently the top junior running back in the state. He’s starting to pick up momentum on the recruiting trail and it’s not hard to figure out why. Phillips is a physical runner who has elusive speed and good size as well. He also has the ability to play on both sides of the ball.

Last Ranking: #2
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Braxton George

3) BRAXTON GEORGE
2018 – WESTMOORE

Westmoore’s Braxton George is one half of a great running back duo for the Jaguars. Teamed with Garrett King, the Jaguars have one of the better backfields in the state. However, it’s George that has started getting noticed by some D1 schools. George is an explosive runner with some deceptive speed in the open field. George is a big reason why Westmoore could be lighting up scoreboards this fall.

Last Ranking: UR
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4) DARIUS BOONE JR.
2019 – UNION

It seems like Union just reloads at the running back position and this year is no different. The Redskins graduated Tulsa signee Shamari Brooks and they’ll replace him with another future D1 running back in junior Darius Boone Jr. Boone saw limited carries last year because he was backing up an all state runner in Brooks. This year, Boone is expected to have an absolute breakout season for Union.

Last Ranking: UR
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Tucker Pawley

5) TUCKER PAWLEY
2018 – BIXBY

If all Union does is produce star running backs, Bixby produces the workhorse running backs. First it was Nic Roller and now it’s Tucker Pawley. All Pawley did in his first season as the starter was rush for over 2,000 yards and help carry Bixby to their third straight state title. Running behind perhaps the best offensive line in the state, everyone will be looking to see what Pawley does for an encore.

Last Ranking: #3
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Brady Williams

6) BRADY WILLIAMS
2018 – BERRYHILL

Berryhill running back Brady Williams is a prospect we’ve watched closely since his freshman year at Lincoln Christian. Williams has elusive speed and is one of the best pass-catching running backs in the state. He’s a big reason why Berryhill’s offense has been so potent over the last two seasons. Williams will also be a big reason why the Chiefs will be a contender this fall.

Last Ranking: #4
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Chantz Scurry

7) CHANTZ SCURRY
2018 – ARDMORE

Ardmore has had one of the best rushing attacks in the state. Running back Chantz Scurry has been one of the best running backs to come through the program over the last few years. Scurry was one of the best home run hitters in the state, breaking off long run after long run in the Ardmore option attack. With another strong season this year, look for Scurry to make a move up the rankings.

Last Ranking: UR
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Jake Tuttle

8) JAKE TUTTLE
2019 – COLLINSVILLE

Jake Tuttle is a transfer from Rejoice Christian where he had a breakout sophomore season. He shared the backfield with fellow sophomore Andrew Crow and will no longer have to worry about splitting carries. Collinsville will have a new quarterback and Tuttle will have an expanded workload. After a busy spring and summer on the camp scene, he appears ready.

Last Ranking: UR
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Carlos Thomas

9) CARLOS THOMAS
2018 – MUSTANG

Mustang standout running back Carlos Thomas had a breakout season last year as a junior. This fall, Thomas will be the focal point of a Mustang offense that will be looking to make a deeper run into the playoffs. If Thomas is able to take that next step and become a more consistent playmaker, look for the Broncos to compete for the best in the west.

Last Ranking: #6
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Undecided

Joseph Smith

10) JOSEPH SMITH
2018 – HOLLND HALL

Holland Hall standout Joseph Smith helped lead the Dutch to the 2A playoffs in their first season playing in the OSSAA. Smith is a standout on both sides of the ball for Holland Hall. In fact, the next time the rankings come out, we could see Smith ranked as an athlete. Smith also plays on the defensive line, but it’s not crazy to think Smith could be a linebacker at the next level.

Last Ranking: #7
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Undecided

CJ Moore

1) CJ MOORE
2018 – UNION

Union wide receiver CJ Moore tops the list of wide outs in Oklahoma right now. The last time we saw CJ Moore on the football field, he torched Norman North for three touchdown receptions in the state championship game. Moore has recovered well from offseason surgery and will be the go-to option in the dangerous Union passing attack. Moore’s ability to go up and get the ball makes him a constant mismatch.

Last Ranking: #1
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2) GRAYSON BOOMER (TE)
2019 – COLLINSVILLE

Oklahoma has had a recent stretch of good tight end prospects. However, Collinsville 2019 tight end Grayson Boomer could top the list. It’s still early, but it’s possible that Boomer could be the best tight end prospect to come out of Oklahoma since Jermaine Gresham over a decade ago. That’s not to say Boomer is the next Gresham. However, he’s already rated as the top 2019 tight end in the country.

Last Ranking: #2
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Demariyon Houston

3) DEMARIYON HOUSTON
2019 – MILLWOOD

Millwood 2019 Demariyon Houston was an absolute breakout star last year as a sophomore for the undefeated Falcons. Whenever Houston would get the ball in his hands, he was a problem for defenses. He doesn’t have the best size in this wide receiver group. However, he could be the top playmaker out of the wide receiver position. He averaged nearly 30 yards per reception last season.

Last Ranking: #4
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Drake Stoops

4) DRAKE STOOPS
2018 – NORMAN NORTH

During Norman North’s explosive 2016 season, wide receiver Drake Stoops emerged as the state’s best slot receiver. Stoops absolutely blew up during his junior season. He went from catching 4 touchdowns as a sophomore to being near the top in the state with 20 touchdown receptions as a junior. Despite the knocks on his size, Stoops proved that he has the ability to play with the big boys.

Last Ranking: #7
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Sean Shaw

5) SEAN SHAW
2018 – JONES

Similar to Union’s CJ Moore, Jones wide receiver Sean Shaw is coming off a surgery in the offseason. He’s back to 100% and will be good to go for his senior campaign. Shaw has been a nightmare for opposing cornerbacks for several years now. To succeed at the next level, the 6’5 big man will need to put on some more weight and muscle to help his longevity. But the one cliche you hear all the time is you can’t coach size.

Last Ranking: #3
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6) NIKIA JONES
2018 – WAGONER

When you talk about Wagoner wide receiver Nikia Jones’ career, you just have to say that he has been a baller. He’s caught 39 touchdown passes in his career and has had at least ten touchdown receptions in every season. Not to mention he’s helped lead Wagoner to three straight state titles. He has just about every tool you look for in a wide receiver prospect.

Last Ranking: #5
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Undecided

James Palmer

7) JAMES PALMER (TE)
2018 – WESTMOORE

An intriguing story to watch this fall will be the return of Westmoore tight end James Palmer. This time last year, Palmer was near the top of the 2018 class rankings. Early on in his junior year, Palmer went down with an achilles injury that cut his 2016 season short. When healthy and on his game, Palmer has the chance to be a special prospect. We’ll wait and see how this comeback story is going to end.

Last Ranking: #6
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Dominick Neal

8) DOMINICK NEAL
2018 – LAWTON

Lawton has become the high school equivalent of Halfback U. They’ve put out some really solid running back prospects over the last few years. However, their best offensive playmaker this fall might be at the wide receiver position. Dominick Neal has emerged as a legitimate D1 prospect and it doesn’t take long to see why. He had a stellar junior season and can only raise his stock from here.

Last Ranking: #8
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Adrian Wilson

9) ADRIAN “AK” WILSON
2018 – UNION

With all the star power Union has had in the last two years, it’s easy for a guy like Adrian Wilson to get overlooked. However, the Union slot receiver has the ability to be one of the top playmakers at that spot. Wilson is one of the quickest receivers in the 2018 class and has an amazing first step to go along with agility. Wilson will have the opportunity to open some eyes this fall as a senior.

Last Ranking: #10
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Brendan Mitchell

10) BRENDAN MITCHELL
2018 – EDMOND MEMORIAL

Edmond Memorial Brendan Mitchell is a prospect that we’ve liked for two years now. With the combination of size and legit track speed, Mitchell is a prospect that should be getting more attention. However, Mitchell still needs to take that next step to become a more consistent playmaker. If he does that, his senior season will be one to pay attention to this fall.

Last Ranking: UR
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1) BREY WALKER
2018 – WESTMOORE

The state’s top offensive lineman and the top prospect in the 2018 class has had a stranglehold on this position for over a year. The All American is without a doubt the top offensive lineman in Oklahoma and it’s possible he’ll be the highest nationally rated prospect since Gerald McCoy, over a decade ago. Walker made a big splash this summer when he transferred from Southmoore to Westmoore.

Last Ranking: #1
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Bryce Bray

2) BRYCE BRAY
2018 – BIXBY

In most years, Bixby offensive lineman Bryce Bray is the hands-down top offensive lineman prospect in the class. While he’s behind Walker, the gap might not be as big as you think. The Bixby standout continues to get better and better with his technique and ability. He’s always had the size to be an elite offensive tackle prospect. Now he’s got the skill set and the ceiling continues to get higher. 

Last Ranking: #2
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Owen Condon

3) OWEN CONDON
2018 – BISHOP McGUINNESS

Bishop McGuinness offensive lineman Owen Condon has been on the radar for several years now. Condon is another top-notch offensive tackle prospect that is very similar to Bryce Bray at Bixby. The McGuinness standout has all the tools to become a solid offensive tackle in college. Condon will be one of the few returning starters on a Bishop McGuinness team that made it to the 5A title game a year ago.

Last Ranking: #4
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Jacob Farrell

4) JACOB FARRELL
2018 – SULPHUR

It’s a guarantee every single year. Each spring, a prospect that’s about to head into his senior season is going to emerge as a big time recruit. In the 2018 class, look no further than Jacob Farrell. The Sulphur big man came from out of nowhere this spring and became a nationally recruited prospect. The big man has plenty of versatility in his game but his future appears to be at offensive tackle.

Last Ranking: UR
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Hunter Anthony

5) HUNTER ANTHONY
2018 – TUTTLE

Tuttle offensive lineman Hunter Anthony has been a massive prospect on a lot of scouts’ radar for years now. It started when his older brother Chandler was getting recruited in the 2016 class. You couldn’t help but notice the younger, but bigger, brother in Hunter. The Tuttle 2018 standout is an absolute force at the point of attack. He’s perhaps the biggest offensive lineman prospect in the class. 

Last Ranking: #5
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6) ANDREW RAYM
2020 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow offensive lineman Andrew Raym is the only 2020 prospect to make it on the OKPreps Big Board. It’s still incredibly early in his high school career, but Raym appears to be the next “sure thing”. In the same sense that Brey Walker was a sure thing after his freshman season, Raym seems to be on that track. There’s a good chance that Raym will start and end as the top overall prospect in the 2020 class.

Last Ranking: #6
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Undecided

Nigel Brannon

7) NIGEL BRANNON
2018 – JOHN MARSHALL

John Marshall offensive lineman Nigel Brannon is a prospect to keep track of at the next level. Brannon has all the physical tools at his disposal and he has the chance to be an elite prospect. The ceiling for him is extremely high but he has yet to reach it. If Brannon ever reaches his full potential, he’s going to be a fun prospect to watch. 

Last Ranking: #3
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Josh Owens

8) JOSH OWENS
2018 – BIXBY

Most schools are happy with one D1 offensive line prospect. Bixby has to love the fact that they have two. Most of the attention is on Bryce Bray but offensive tackle Josh Owens isn’t a prospect to overlook. Owens is an offensive tackle prospect right now but it’s not impossible to see him potentially move to another position on the offensive line.

Last Ranking: #7
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Morgan Moore

9) MORGAN MOORE
2018 – MIDWEST CITY

Out of all the offensive lineman prospects, Midwest City lineman Morgan Moore has the most versatility in his game. The Bombers will be playing Moore on defense this fall and it’s not crazy to think that he could switch to defense at the next level. Moore has a good frame where he could either work to be a defensive end or bulk up and stay as an offensive tackle.

Last Ranking: #9
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Cooper Smith

10) COOPER SMITH
2018 – PUTNAM CITY WEST

A few years ago, you wouldn’t find any Putnam City West prospects on the OKPreps Big Board. However, things are starting to turnaround and more prospects are starting to standout for the Patriots. This year, it’s offensive lineman Cooper Smith. The PC West lineman is starting to gain some traction in his recruitment and his talent is starting to get noticed.

Last Ranking: UR
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Ron Tatum III

1) RON TATUM III
2018 – PUTNAM CITY

Putnam City defensive end Ron Tatum III continues to get better and better every time we see the Pirate on the field. He’s a critical piece of perhaps the best defensive line in the state. With the exception of Jalen Redmond at Midwest City, who’s a hybrid linebacker, no other player in the state is more dangerous at getting after the quarterback. We’re interested in seeing what Tatum does this fall.

Last Ranking: #1
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Jordan Kelley

2) JORDAN KELLEY
2018 – UNION

While Ron Tatum is the state’s top defensive end prospect, it’s Union’s Jordan Kelley who is the top defensive tackle prospect. This time last year, Kelley was on some radars but a lot of improvement had to be made. Check that off the list. Not only did Kelley improve, he became one of the top defensive tackle prospects in this part of the country. A stellar junior season and non-stop work in the offseason helped that.

Last Ranking: #2
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3) ISRAEL ANTWINE
2018 – MILLWOOD

Millwood lineman Israel Antwine is one of our favorite prospects to deal with. Antwine is one of, if not the most polite prospect we’ve ever dealt with. However, you look at his film and his opponents would say he’s anything but nice. Antwine has shown the ability to play both sides of the ball for a star-studded Millwood squad. However, it appears that his future will be on the defensive side of the ball.

Last Ranking: #3
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Collin Clay

4) COLLIN CLAY
2019 – PUTNAM CITY

Yet another Putnam City defensive lineman on the OKPreps Big Board. 2019 prospect Collin Clay, along with Ron Tatum III make up the best pass-rushing duo in the state today. Quarterbacks will have serious problems this fall trying to avoid not only the state’s top defensive end prospect, but one of the top defensive prospects in the 2019 class. Clay is a little taller than Tatum and the potential here is unbelievable.

Last Ranking: #4
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Undecided

Cole Mashburn

5) COLE MASHBURN
2019 – NORMAN NORTH

A lot of versatility comes to mind when you watch Norman North’s Cole Mashburn work during his breakout sophomore season. For now, we’ll rank him as a defensive lineman prospect, although the jury is still out and it could change by this time next year. Mashburn still has plenty of time to figure out his most natural position on the football field. Mashburn could be a variety of things at the next level.

Last Ranking: #6
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Undecided

6) COURTRE ALEXANDER
2018 – OWASSO

Owasso 2018 defensive end Courtre Alexander is another athletic defensive lineman that also plays on Owasso’s basketball team. Alexander is a force to handle up front and he’s starting to rise as a defensive end prospect. If Alexander can continue fine tune some parts of his game, he’ll continue to climb. Also, don’t be surprised to see Alexander line up on offense as a tight end every now and then this fall for the Rams. 

Last Ranking: #7
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Undecided

Elijah Manuel

7) ELIJAH MANUEL
2019 – MIDWEST CITY

Midwest City defensive lineman Elijah Manuel is yet another defensive standout for the Code Black Bomber defense. Manuel has a similar frame as fellow Bomber lineman Morgan Moore. Manuel could end up being as versatile as Moore and be considered more of an athlete. Manuel has really blown up this spring and summer and is primed for a big junior campaign for Midwest City.

Last Ranking: UR
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Undecided

8) DERRICK SHAW
2018 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow 2018 lineman Derrick Shaw is one of the fastest rising prospects on the defensive linemen big board. Shaw has all the tools to be one of the better prospects at his position. However, he doesn’t have the prototypical size that most big college programs are looking for. But when you look at Shaw’s skill set and productivity, it’s hard to keep a guy like that off this list.

Last Ranking: UR
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Undecided

Hunter Richard

9) HUNTER RICHARD
2018 – EDMOND NORTH

Edmond North’s Hunter Richard is yet another defensive lineman prospect that has shown a lot of versatility in his game. While his future may be on the inside as a defensive tackle, he can also step outside as a defensive end. Richard’s motor is what separates him from some of the other defensive tackle prospects. A big senior season could help Richard climb up near the top five.

Last Ranking: UR
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10) MIKE EDWARDS
2018 – MUSKOGEE

Muskogee defensive lineman Mike Edwards is a name to watch this fall. While the other defensive linemen in this ranking have established themselves as D1 prospects, Edwards is still working. However, all the tools are there for Edwards to have a breakout season. In every class, we see prospects emerge during their senior season. Don’t be surprised if one of those prospects is Edwards this fall.

Last Ranking: UR
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Jalen Redmond

1) JALEN REDMOND
2018 – MIDWEST CITY

It’s going to take some magnificent performances to knock Jalen Redmond from the top spot of the linebacker group. Even that might not be enough. The Midwest City linebacker is a different type of athlete that seems to have an extra gear that nobody else in the state has. Redmond has only been playing varsity football for a little over a year and he’s already established himself as one of the top defenders in Oklahoma.

Last Ranking: #1
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Undecided

Coby Tillman

2) COBY TILLMAN
2018 – BIXBY

As far as a college prospect, Bixby’s Coby Tillman is going to get knocked for his size. Some might not think he has the speed either. Not us. We’re all in on the Bixby linebacker. Tillman might not be the fastest or the biggest linebacker in the state, but he does not slow down all game. It seems that he has unlimited energy and his football IQ is through the roof. It seems like every play Tillman is either in on the tackle or near the ball.

Last Ranking: #2
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Patrick Curley

3) PATRICK CURLEY
2018 – WAGONER

Wagoner linebacker Patrick Curley has been under the radar for a while now but that’s coming to an end. Curley had to miss his sophomore season due to a devastating injury. As a junior, Curley was overshadowed linebacker KJ Lee, who was a four year starter. This year, Curley will be the leader of the Wagoner defense. He has all the physical tools and could end up being a better college prospect than Lee.

Last Ranking: UR
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4) BRODY ODOM
2018 – WYNNEWOOD

Wynnewood made it all the way to the state title game a year ago. They had a solid defense led by linebacker Brody Odom. The senior linebacker had an all state caliber season and was one of the best at his position with getting to the quarterback. Odom may be a little undersized but he’s very similar to Tillman at Bixby. He’s got a motor that doesn’t quit and knows how to bring people down.

Last Ranking: #3
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Dezmond Howard

5) DEZMOND HOWARD
2018 – MILLWOOD

Millwood’s Dezmond Howard is similar to Jalen Redmond in build as well as athleticism. While we’re not completely convinced Howard is a linebacker at the next level, he would fit the position well. Howard is a playmaker on the defensive side of the ball. Another similarity to Redmond is their ferocious play. Howard is one of the hardest hitting linebackers in Oklahoma.

Last Ranking: #6
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Braden Spicer

6) BRADEN SPICER
2018 – UNION

Braden Spicer is a prototypical Union linebacker and is starting to evolve into a college prospect that several D1 schools are noticing. Those schools were recruiting Union linebacker Kyrei Fisher last season and started taking a look at Spicer. The senior linebacker has a chance to be a solid inside linebacker prospect. If he continues to grow as a prospect, he’ll get more attention this fall.

Last Ranking: UR
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Bryce Alonso

7) BRYCE ALONSO
2018 – BISHOP KELLEY

Bishop Kelley’s Bryce Alonso has all the physical tools and can really raise his recruiting stock if he has a stellar senior campaign. If that happens, look for Alonso to climb up the rankings. Alonso’s athleticism is something to watch this fall as well. We could end up seeing Alonso playing at defensive end. He also plays for the Comets at tight end. It wouldn’t be crazy if the next time Alonso is ranked, it’s as an athlete.

Last Ranking: #4
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Trey Miller

8) TREY MILLER
2018 – JENKS

This ranking has a lot to do with potential. Jenks linebacker Trey Miller has all the physical tools to be a really good linebacker prospect. We’re waiting to see that translate to on the field this fall. If Miller is able to have a really good senior season, he’ll have the ability to jump up the rankings. Miller is big enough that he could even go down to the defensive line and be a rushing defensive end.

Last Ranking: #5
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Undecided

9) ZACH MARCHESELLI
2019 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow linebacker Zach Marcheselli went from being unranked to cracking the top ten. The next time we update the rankings, he could be up close to the top five or even in the top five. The Broken Arrow linebacker has had a fantastic spring and summer so far. He’s proving that he has some legitimate speed to match with his physical style of play. This rise up the rankings might just be the beginning.

Last Ranking: UR
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Mitchell Kulkin

10) MITCH KULKIN
2018 – JENKS

Linebacker Mitch Kulkin is the latest in a long line of active and disruptive linebackers. Kulkin doesn’t have the prototypical size but you can’t knock him when you take a look at his game on the field. Kulkin is a player that you can’t overlook when it comes to the 2018 prospects. He might not get as much attention as other prospects, but he has the potential to have a really great career at the next level.

Last Ranking: #7
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Undecided

Josh Proctor

1) JOSH PROCTOR
2018 – OWASSO

All American safety Josh Proctor is without a doubt the top defensive back prospect in Oklahoma right now. He’s up there with former Jenks safety and current OU starter Steven Parker as far as the best safety prospect in Oklahoma this decade. When you look at Proctor’s game, there isn’t much to complain about. After missing most of his junior season last year, look for Proctor to have a huge impact on the field this year.

Last Ranking: #1
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Dax Hill

2) DAX HILL
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

If Proctor is without a doubt the top defensive prospect in the 2018 class, look no further than Booker T Washington standout Dax Hill for the 2019 class. Hill is one of the fastest prospects in the state, regardless of class or position. He also has the prototypical size for a safety prospect. Hill has great bloodlines as well. His older brother is former Booker T Washington running back Justice Hill, now a starter at Oklahoma State.

Last Ranking: #3
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Undecided

Patrick Fields

3) PATRICK FIELDS
2018 – UNION

It’s not a secret that Union is stacked and has been stacked with talent for the last year. Last year, they had an elite defensive back in cornerback Tre Brown. Now they have another in safety Patrick Fields. This year’s Union standout is a fan favorite and has the ability to do a variety of things in the secondary. He’s excellent in pass coverage. However, our favorite thing about Fields is his ability in run support situations.

Last Ranking: #2
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Wayne Jones - Owasso DB

4) WAYNE JONES
2018 – OWASSO

When your teammate in the defensive backfield is All American Josh Proctor, it’s easy to get overlooked. However, Owasso safety Wayne Jones has made a name for himself as one of the top run-stopping safeties in the state. Jones really stepped up his game last year after Proctor went down with an injury. Jones is one of a few defensive backs on this ranking that can be moved around to a variety of positions.

Last Ranking: #4
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Jason Taylor

5) JASON TAYLOR
2018 – CARL ALBERT

Carl Albert 2018 safety Jason Taylor is one of, if not the most underrated defensive back prospects in Oklahoma’s 2018 class. Taylor definitely hasn’t gotten the attention he deserves. The versatility in Taylor’s game is what has attracted coaches to the Carl Albert standout the most. Taylor is a quiet prospect that without a doubt lets his game do his talking for him.

Last Ranking: #6
COLLEGE
Undecided

Isaac Beverley

6) ISSAC BEVERLY
2018 – DEL CITY

It’s a year where the safety position is absolutely loaded in Oklahoma. That makes a guy like Del City cornerback Issac Beverly a premium commodity. There aren’t as many elite corners in this year’s class compared to the last few and Beverly has proven he can play at that level. Beverly is extremely physical and even has the frame and body to move around to different spots in the defensive backfield.

Last Ranking: #8
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Undecided

Gary Mossop Jr.

7) GARY MOSSOP JR.
2018 – BROKEN ARROW

Another fast-rising defensive back prospect is Broken Arrow’s Gary Mossop Jr. He has had a fantastic spring and summer so far. Expectations will be high for Mossop Jr. and the entire Broken Arrow defense this fall as several prospects have emerged as legitimate D1 prospects. Mossop Jr. has shown plenty of promise already and could jump up these rankings the next time we update them.

Last Ranking: UR
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Undecided

Daniel Howard

8) DANIEL HOWARD
2019 – MILLWOOD

The only other 2019 prospect on the DB Big Board is Millwood’s Daniel Howard. Yet another Millwood standout that is primed to become a statewide known name this fall. Howard is an explosive athlete for the Falcons and plays both sides of the ball for the defending champs. We love his ability as a roving safety. Howard is a heavy hitter that seems to always know where the ball is going to be.

Last Ranking: #9
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Undecided

Ace Vick

9) ACE VICK
2018 – MIDWEST CITY

It seems like all Midwest City does is produce future D1 safeties. Ace Vick is the next in line at the position. Vick doesn’t have the same size that names like Will Sunderland or Evan Fields have had in the past. However, Midwest City plans on getting creative with Vick on the gridiron this fall. Vick will see some time on offense as a playmaker. He definitely has the speed for it. The next Big Board update, might see Vick as an athlete.

Last Ranking: #5
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Undecided

10) MIGUEL FULGENCIO
2018 – CLAREMORE SEQUOYAH

Similar to some other prospects in this ranking, Claremore Sequoyah’s Miguel Fulgencio has all the physical tools to play a variety of positions at the next level. Fulgencio plays both sides of the ball for Claremore Sequoyah, however, his future will more than likely be on the defensive side of the ball. Fulgencio will more than likely be a roving safety or even a linebacker depending on the defensive scheme.

Last Ranking: #7
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Undecided

Anthony Goodlow

1) ANTHONY GOODLOW
2018 – DEL CITY

It’s only been a few months since our last ranking and here’s a prospect who came from out of nowhere to the top spot on the athlete Big Board. Del City’s Anthony Goodlow has a massive upside on the defensive side of the ball. Whether he’s a linebacker or defensive lineman is still up for debate. However, Goodlow without a doubt has a high ceiling.

Last Ranking: UR
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Undecided

Rusty Rudd

2) RUSTY RUDD
2018 – FORT GIBSON

Similar to Jones’ Dalton May, Fort Gibson’s Rusty Rudd was ranked on a different Big Board during the last batch of rankings. We ranked the Tiger standout as a wide receiver prospect. However, a lot of schools are taking interest in Rudd as a defensive back prospect. When you watch the tape, you can’t help but love his playmaking abilities when he has the ball in his hand on offense.

Last Ranking: #9
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Undecided

Dalton May

3) DALTON MAY
2018 – JONES

The last time Jones standout Dalton May was on the Big Board, he was ranked as a defensive lineman. This time around, May is being ranked as an athlete considering his future still isn’t set on which side of the ball he’ll play. He very easily could end up being a tight end at the next level. However, we still believe he’ll end up playing on the defensive side of the ball.

Last Ranking: #5
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4) TK WILKERSON
2018 – SKIATOOK

Similar to just about every other athlete on this Big Board, you can make the argument that TK Wilkerson could play on both sides of the ball at the next level. Wilkerson has had a great spring and summer, showing out as a running back prospect. Don’t overlook his abilities on the defensive side of the ball as a linebacker. Either way, Wilkerson has a bright future at the next level.

Last Ranking: #1
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Perry Olsen

5) PERRY OLSEN
2018 – YUKON

Quarterback and linebacker Perry Olsen transferred to Yukon from Southmoore and appears primed for a big season this fall. Under new Yukon head coach Jeremy Reed, Olsen is the perfect player for Reed’s option offensive attack. He’s on the radar of scouts already, but this fall will give Olsen to really raise his stock and get in the minds of more college coaches.

Last Ranking: #4
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Rylan McQuarters

6) RYLAN McQUARTERS
2018 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

If you have the last name McQuarters and you play football at Booker T Washington, you have to be a playmaker right? That’s the case with Booker T Washington standout Rylan McQuarters. He’s played primarily defensive back and has been known as a return specialist. This fall, you’ll see McQuarters on the offensive side of the ball playing a lot of running back. Wherever you put him, he makes plays.

Last Ranking: #3
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Undecided

Rymond Green

7) RYMOND GREEN
2018 – BERRYHILL

Berryhill’s Rymond Green is an absolute beast on the defensive line for the Chiefs. He’s a little undersized to be a defensive end at the next level. It seems like moving back to a linebacker spot would be appropriate for his size. Green has the ability to be a very athletic inside linebacker with a specialty of stopping the run. Every year we see a prospect that doesn’t get enough attention and this year it’s Green.

Last Ranking: #2
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Undecided

RJ Fisher

8) RJ FISHER
2018 – LAWTON EISENHOWER

Lawton Eisenhower is a two-sport star for the Eagles. He’s been the starting quarterback and a critical part of the basketball team the last few years. Fisher will more than likely have to play defense at the next level. Unless he fits the right offensive scheme, he could remain at quarterback. However, we think that Fisher will fit more defenses as a safety or even a linebacker.

Last Ranking: #5
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Undecided

Joshua Sharp

9) JOSH SHARP
2018 – BERRYHILL

We saw first hand how much of an impact Josh Sharp can have on a football game. In a dominating win over Locust Grove, Sharp had an impact in the running game, passing game and on defense Similar to a lot of athletes in this ranking, the question is what will Sharp be at the next level. The more we watch his tape, the more we think he’d fit as a slot receiver in the right offense.

Last Ranking: #6
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Undecided

Wil Amos

10) WIL AMOS
2018 – AFTON

Afton’s Wil Amos is a very intriguing prospect that is getting widely overlooked with Oklahoma’s 2018 class. He’s one of the best small school players in the state and has the ability to play both sides of the ball. However, at this point, we’re not sure what his natural position would be at the next level. He still has some time to find it, and if he does, he could make a move up.

Last Ranking: #7
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Undecided

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  • Stevie Wil

    Montrell Wilson, “THE MOST UNDERRATED QB IN OKLAHOMA ” Is by far the best QB in the state of oklahoma in the 2018 class

  • EL

    Is the voting stuck or broke?

  • EL

    Is the voting over?