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Ranking Updated: February 2, 2018

OKPreps has updated the Big Board rankings with a look at the ten best players at each position, regardless of class. This will be the last Big Board ranking that features the 2018 class. The Big Board will be updated again before spring practice in May.

1) CASEY THOMPSON
2018 – NEWCASTLE

The Texas signee was simply sensational in his final high school season. After transferring to Newcastle, Thompson was borderline unstoppable as he was near the top of the state in total offense. He finished his career with more total yards and total touchdowns than any player in Oklahoma high school history.

LAST RANKING: #1
SIGNED WITH TEXAS


2) WILL KUEHNE
2019 – OWASSO

The expectations for Owasso’s Will Kuehne were pretty high going into his debut season with the Rams. The junior was able to exceed those expectations as he was one of the most efficient passers in Oklahoma. Kuehne helped lead Owasso to the state championship, ending Jenks and Union’s streak of titles.

LAST RANKING: #3


3) J.D. HEAD
2020 – JONES

Similar to Kuehne at Owasso, expectations were high for Jones sophomore J.D. Head in his first season under center. All he did was earn All State honors and was one of the top passers in the state. Replacing 2016 OKPreps Player Of The Year Brandon George isn’t easy but Head and the Longhorn offense didn’t miss a step.

LAST RANKING: UR


4) PRESTON COLBERT
2019 – MIDWEST CITY

In 2016, Midwest City’s Preston Colbert had a nice season. In 2017, he had a wow season. Colbert didn’t make mistakes and never cost his team. The jump Colbert made from his sophomore to junior season was outstanding. He went from being a decent prospect to a prospect schools will have to look at this spring and summer.

LAST RANKING: #6


5) TRELL WILSON
2018 – MILLWOOD

It’s hard to argue the success that Trell Wilson and the Millwood Falcons have had over the last two years. The 2017 Falcons will go down as one of the best teams of all time. Wilson has been the catalyst of that offense and has a full skill-set that translates to the next level. It might not be a real intangible but the kid is a winner.

LAST RANKING: #2
COMMITTED TO EMPORIA STATE


6) AJ NEWSOME
2019 – PUTNAM CITY

The lefty put up big numbers for Putnam City as he made a huge jump from his sophomore year. The main concern with Newsome is how he can hold up at the next level with his size. However, as a junior, he faced some big and tough defenses and was still able to make plays. One of his best games came against a stout Bixby squad.

LAST RANKING: #4


7) CAMDEN CARGILL
2018 – CHRISTIAN HERITAGE

Christian Heritage’s Camden Cargill might be the best quarterback that hasn’t gotten enough publicity. Cargill has good size and some video game-like numbers throwing the ball. Cargill will be joining a stacked depth chart of UCO quarterbacks. He’s proven over the last two years that he can hang with them.

LAST RANKING: #7
COMMITTED TO CENTRAL OKLAHOMA


8) BRADEN GLEASON
2018 – MULDROW

Another underrated prospect that didn’t get enough pub statewide is Muldrow’s Braden Gleason. Some prospects from southeastern Oklahoma can just go overlooked but Gleason still shined. He put up some monster numbers and helped get Muldrow back into the playoffs. He’ll join Millwood’s Wilson at Emporia State.

LAST RANKING: #9
COMMITTED TO EMPORIA STATE


9) BRAXTON BOHROFEN
2018 – WESTMOORE

Baseball is the future for Westmoore’s Braxton Bohrofen but that doesn’t take away from his abilities on the football field. Bohrofen is a three-year starter at quarterback and has been making plays every year. He continued to get better throughout his career. However, his baseball skill-set is too good to overlook.

LAST RANKING: #5
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA (BASEBALL)


10) BLAKE ADAMS
2018 – HERITAGE HALL

Remember what we said about Trell Wilson at Millwood? Same thing applies here, only at another level. In his career at Heritage Hall, Adams is a perfect 39-0 as the starting quarterback. He has the numbers and the size to go with that winner’s intangible. He’s also a standout for the Chargers on the baseball field.

LAST RANKING: #8

1) DEVONTE LEE
2018 – JOHN MARSHALL

The machine from John Marshall has wrapped up one of the more impressive careers we’ve seen from a running back in recent memory. Back to back 2,000 yard seasons and a state championship. Lee will go down as one of the strongest running backs that this state has produced. Bringing Lee down in a 1 on 1 situation was next to impossible.

LAST RANKING: #1
SIGNED WITH NEVADA


2) MARCUS MAJOR
2019 – MILLWOOD

The first of several 2019 running backs to make the Big Board rankings. The RB position in the 2019 class is absolutely stacked and Millwood’s Marcus Major has elevated himself to the top of the list. Major is a part of a very talented Millwood team. The most impressive part about Major’s game is how easy he makes it look.

LAST RANKING: UR


3) DOMINIC RICHARDSON
2020 – BISHOP McGUINNESS

The only 2020 prospect on the RB Big Board is Bishop McGuinness standout Dominic Richardson. The McGuinness star made his presence known very early in the season and that only continued throughout the year. Unfortunately, it ended prematurely, when he went down with a leg injury in week ten. He still ran for over 2,000 yards.

LAST RANKING: UR


4) T.K. WILKERSON
2018 – SKIATOOK

In the last OKPreps Big Board rankings, Skiatook’s T.K. Wilkerson was ranked as an athlete. However, he’s established himself as a strong running back prospect moving forward. While he could still play linebacker at the next level, the strong standout from Skiatook appears to be more valuable as a running back prospect.

LAST RANKING: UR
SIGNED WITH TULSA


5) MILES DAVIS
2019 – LAWTON

Another 2019 prospect that emerged immediately as a standout to watch in 2017. Lawton’s Miles Davis became a finalist for the OKPreps Player Of The Year award after a stellar season. In his first game of the year, Davis ran for over 300 yards against eventual 5A champion Carl Albert. After watching that, it was known that Davis was special.

LAST RANKING: UR


6) DADRION “RABBIT” TAYLOR
2019 – CARL ALBERT

In that same Carl Albert-Lawton game in week one, Miles Davis wasn’t the only standout. Carl Albert’s Dadrion “Rabbit” Taylor also made big plays and backed up why he was a player to watch before the season began. Taylor had a good sophomore season, but he took his game to another level as a junior.

LAST RANKING: UR


7) MIGUEL FULGENCIO
2018 – CLAREMORE SEQUOYAH

Similar to Wilkerson at Skiatook, the last time we ranked Fulgencio, it was as a defensive back on the Big Board. However, Fulgencio emerged as one of the best running backs in the state during the 2017 season. A season-ending injury halfway thru the year stopped Fulgencio from having a complete breakout season.

LAST RANKING: UR
COMMITTED TO WYOMING


8) DARIUS BOONE JR.
2019 – UNION

Another 2019 prospect that had his season impacted by an injury. Union’s Darius Boone Jr. was splitting carries with Keviyon Cooper. However, Cooper had his season cut short after suffering a seizure in week five. Boone took over as the main running back and did not disappoint. Boone should have a big spring and summer.

LAST RANKING: #4


9) WILL PHILLIPS
2019 – ENID

Out of all the 2019 running backs that make the list, Enid’s Will Phillips was the first one to breakout as a big time prospect. However, Phillips had a season-ending injury early on in the 2017 season. We want to see how Phillips bounces back from the injury before reevaluating him this spring and summer.

LAST RANKING: #2


10) THOMAS GRAYSON
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

The final prospect on the RB Big Board is another 2019 prospect. Booker T Washington was full of star power as they won another state championship. One of those stars was running back Thomas Grayson. The Hornet junior showed off his legitimate track speed on more than one occasion. He’s a prospect on the rise as we head into the spring.

LAST RANKING: UR

1) CJ MOORE
2018 – UNION

Union wideout CJ Moore remains the top receiver prospect in the state. Moore has been the top receiver for over a year and that doesn’t change as he continued to show improvement in his senior season. His explosion off the line will be a problem for defensive backs that are smaller than Moore.

LAST RANKING: #1
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA STATE


2) DEMARIYON HOUSTON
2019 – MILLWOOD

Another position group, and another Millwood Falcon makes the cut, and is ranked rather high. Junior Demariyon Houston missed some of his junior season with an injury, that doesn’t negate the fact that when he touches the ball, he’s a home run threat. He’s not the biggest receiver on the list, but he’s the most explosive.

LAST RANKING: #3


3) SEAN SHAW
2018 – JONES

Throw it up and let Shaw go get it. If all else fails, that’s been the case for the Jones offense over the last several seasons. At 6’5, Shaw has been able to come down with the majority of those jump ball situations. It’s a football cliche but you can’t coach size and Sean Shaw has it and has only gotten better.

LAST RANKING: #5
SIGNED WITH IOWA STATE


4) NIKIA JONES
2018 – WAGONER

When it comes to complete careers, you can make the argument that no receiver had a better career than Wagoner’s Nikia Jones. The Wagoner standout has been making plays since his freshman season and was a critical part to their record-breaking winning streak. Jones is a big play threat every time he steps on the field.

LAST RANKING: #6


5) DRAKE STOOPS
2018 – NORMAN NORTH

Norman North’s Drake Stoops had the best two-year run out of any wide receiver on the Big Board. Stoops was a big play threat from the slot position. It didn’t matter who his quarterback was, he made things happen when he got the ball. He’s headed to OU as a preferred walk-on, don’t be surprised if he earns his way onto a scholarship.

LAST RANKING: #4
COMMITTED TO OKLAHOMA


6) GRAYSON BOOMER (TE)
2019 – COLLINSVILLE

After a stellar offseason that saw him get ranked as one of the top tight end prospects in the country, Collinsville’s Grayson Boomer suffered a setback. He missed a lot of time because of an injury and is making his way back to 100%. He’s without a doubt the top tight end prospect in the state. When healthy, he’s one of the top overall prospects.

LAST RANKING: #2 
COMMITTED TO OKLAHOMA STATE


7) JAVIAN HESTER
2020 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

The only 2020 prospect to appear on the WR Big Board, Javian Hester emerged early on in his sophomore season as the real deal. Areas of his game are still raw, but the upside on this Booker T Washington standout is very high. His mix of size and speed already have the attention of some powerhouse colleges.

LAST RANKING: UR


8) ADRIAN “AK” WILSON
2018 – UNION

The second Union receiver to make the OKPreps Big Board, AK Wilson is one of the best statistical receivers to go to Union. He broke several receiving records during his time at Union. While CJ Moore got a lot of attention, Wilson flourished in the slot. Size might be a question but hands and speed are not.

LAST RANKING: #9
COMMITTED TO NEO


9) DJ WAGONER
2018 – JENKS

Jenks wide receiver DJ Wagoner was one of the breakout stars from the 2017 season. He went from widely known outside of Jenks to one of the best wide receivers in the state. Similar to Wilson at Union, Wagoner rewrote some of the receiving records at Jenks. He’s going to be joining Wilson at NEO.

LAST RANKING: UR
COMMITTED TO NEO


10) ELIJAH SMOOT
2018 – BEGGS

Beggs wide receiver Elijah Smoot is one of the more underrated prospects in Oklahoma’s 2018 class. The wide receiver position is deep in Oklahoma for the 2018 class but Smoot is still one of the best. He helped lead Beggs to the state championship game. He has size, speed and the knack for making the big play.

LAST RANKING: UR

1) BREY WALKER
2018 – WESTMOORE

All American lineman Brey Walker has been the top offensive lineman for several seasons now. The scary part about Walker and the reason he holds on to the top spot is the potential that is still there. Walker still has room to improve to reach his full potential. If that happens, Walker will end up being one of the top OL prospects Oklahoma has produced.

LAST RANKING: #1
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA


2) BRYCE BRAY
2018 – BIXBY

In the majority of years, Bixby’s Bryce Bray would run away with the spot as the top offensive lineman prospect. He’s right there with Westmoore’s Brey Walker in terms of talent at the OL position. He battled injuries during his senior campaign, and he was still among the best in the state at the position.

LAST RANKING: #2
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA STATE


3) OWEN CONDON
2018 – BISHOP McGUINNESS

What could have been. Bishop McGuinness offensive lineman Owen Condon suffered a season-ending knee injury early on in the season. When Condon is at full strength, he’s one of the most physically-imposing offensive tackles in the state. Despite the injury, Condon holds onto his spot on the Big Board.

LAST RANKING: #3
SIGNED WITH GEORGIA


4) RICKY STROMBERG
2019 – UNION

One of the biggest movers on the OL Big Board is Union’s Ricky Stromberg. The Union junior was simply dominant this season. Stromberg started for the Redskins at left tackle but a more natural fit at the next level will be one of the guard spots. Stromberg has established himself as the top interior lineman prospect in the state.

LAST RANKING: UR


5) ANDREW RAYM
2020 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow’s Andrew Raym made an impact when he was a freshman and that’s only continued over the last year. Raym was the second earliest in-state offer from Oklahoma. The earliest offer went to fellow offensive lineman Brey Walker. Similar to Walker, Raym has committed to OU early on.

LAST RANKING: #6
COMMITTED TO OKLAHOMA


6) JACOB FARRELL
2018 – SULPHUR

Sulphur’s Jacob Farrell emerged around this time last year as one of the top prospects in Oklahoma’s 2018 class. Farrell was an absolute wrecking ball on the offensive and defensive side of the ball for Sulphur. Farrell’s future will be on the offensive side of the ball. However, he has the versatility to play as a defensive tackle.

LAST RANKING: #4
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA STATE


7) NIGEL BRANNON
2018 – JOHN MARSHALL

Similar to Farrell at Sulphur, John Marshall’s Nigel Brannon has the versatility to play on both sides of the ball. However, just like Farrell, it appears that Brannon’s future will be on the offensive side of the ball. Brannon’s potential has to be something that has college coaches excited. In three to four years, Brannon might be near the top of this list.

LAST RANKING: #7
COMMITTED TO MEMPHIS


8) HUNTER ANTHONY
2018 – TUTTLE

Oklahoma State has racked up the top offensive line talent in Oklahoma’s 2018 class. Out of all the in-state signees at OL, none are bigger than Tuttle’s Hunter Anthony. The Tuttle big man is an absolute force on the offensive line and is one of the best run blockers in the state. He’ll compete with the other in-state prospects for playing time.

LAST RANKING: #5
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA STATE


9) MORGAN MOORE
2018 – MIDWEST CITY

Midwest City’s Morgan Moore has the ability to play on the offensive or defensive side of the ball. However, with his physical style of play and size, Moore is a perfect option to be on the offensive line. Moore is one of the top improving prospects at the position over the last few seasons.

LAST RANKING: #9
SIGNED WITH TEXAS STATE


10) HECTOR BECERRA
2019 – LAWTON

The offensive line position has been deep in the 2018 class. It takes special prospects from the 2019 or 2020 class to crack the Big Board. In addition to Union’s Ricky Stromberg, Lawton’s Hector Becerra has done enough to earn a spot in the rankings. Becerra wasn’t as known as Stromberg before the season. It didn’t take long for him to make an impact.

LAST RANKING: UR

1) RON TATUM III
2018 – PUTNAM CITY

Putnam City’s Ron Tatum III holds onto the top spot following another stellar season. Tatum has established himself as the top natrual defensive end in the state. Tatum and Midwest City’s Jalen Redmond are the top pass rushers in the state. However, Redmond is more of a hybrid-linebacker prospect.

LAST RANKING: #1
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA


2) ISRAEL ANTWINE
2018 – MILLWOOD

Another position group, another Millwood Falcon near the top of the list. Millwood’s Israel Antwine ended up being one of the top two-way players in the state. He was a force for the Falcons on the offensive and defensive lines. Antwine’s future appears to be on the defensive side of the ball as either an end or a tackle.

LAST RANKING: #3
SIGNED WITH COLORADO


3) JORDAN KELLEY
2018 – UNION

Union’s Jordan Kelley is right there with Millwood’s Antwine as two of the absolute best defensive tackle prospects in Oklahoma, regardless of class. While Antwine appears to have the ability to play as a defensive end, Kelley seems primed to be a defensive tackle at the next level. Kelley had an outstanding senior season.

LAST RANKING: #2
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA


4) ANTHONY GOODLOW
2018 – DEL CITY

The last time we ranked Del City’s Anthony Goodlow, it was as an athlete, because of his versatility. However, it appears that the most natural position for Goodlow is as a defensive end prospect. In his only year as a defensive end, Goodlow finished with nearly 20 sacks and was an absolute force on the line of scrimmage.

LAST RANKING: UR
SIGNED WITH TULSA


5) COURTRE ALEXANDER
2018 – OWASSO

Owasso’s Courtre Alexander absolutely excelled in Owasso’s new defense as the Rams captured the state championship. Alexander was a force as a defensive end. After the first signing day in December, it was Alexander that found himself as the top available prospect. The position is loaded, but Alexander is right there with the other prospects.

LAST RANKING: #6
COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS


6) COLLIN CLAY
2019 – PUTNAM CITY

Alongside Ron Tatum III, Putnam City had one of the top defensive lines in the state with Collin Clay rushing the quarterback from the other side. Putnam City won’t miss a step after the graduation of Tatum with Clay returning this fall. Clay continues to get better and better, it’s going to be a very busy spring.

LAST RANKING: #4


7) MIKE EDWARDS
2018 – MUSKOGEE

Muskogee’s Mike Edwards emerged last summer and only continued to grow momentum as his senior season went on. Edwards could be one of the more underrated pass rushers in the 2018 class. He dominated the line of scrimmage all season, no matter who the opponent was. The ceiling is extremely high for Edwards.

LAST RANKING: #10


8) DERRICK SHAW
2018 – BROKEN ARROW

Every year, Oklahoma produces a prospect that doesn’t have the “prototypical” size but it doesn’t matter. For the 2018 class, it appears to be Broken Arrow’s Derrick Shaw. He’s not the biggest prospect but he excels as a defensive tackle. Shaw makes up for the questions about his size with a motor and strength that doesn’t slow down.

LAST RANKING: #8
COMMITTED TO NORTH TEXAS


9) TRACE FORD
2019 – EDMOND SANTA FE

As these rankings are published, Edmond Santa Fe’s Trace Ford is one of the fastest rising prospects in Oklahoma’s 2019 class. Ford’s junior film is making the rounds and one thing is for sure, Ford is one of the top pass rushers in the state. The more info we get on Ford, the more likely he’ll rocket up the rankings this spring.

LAST RANKING: UR


10) COLE MASHBURN
2019 – NORMAN NORTH

Another 2019 prospect is Norman North’s Cole Mashburn. The Norman North standout was one of the top 2019 prospects early on in the process. The class continues to get deeper and deeper but Mashburn remains one of the top overall prospects. His versatility to play several different positions is a big strength.

LAST RANKING: #5

1) JALEN REDMOND
2018 – MIDWEST CITY

Midwest City’s Jalen Redmond played two years of varsity football and turned into one of the best football prospects in the state. Redmond is a rare breed of athlete where he could end up being a variety of things at the next level. Whether it’s an edge rusher or linebacker, Redmond is one of the more explosive prospects Oklahoma has produced.

LAST RANKING: #1
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA


2) COBY TILLMAN
2018 – BIXBY

From one of the more explosive linebacker prospects to one of the hardest hitting. Bixby linebacker Coby Tillman finished his career with over 500 tackles and capped off the career with 200 tackles during his senior season. Tillman will join Redmond In Norman as a preferred walk on.

LAST RANKING: #2
COMMITTED TO OKLAHOMA


3) ZACH MARCHESELLI
2019 – BROKEN ARROW

The only 2019 linebacker prospect to make it on the OKPreps Big Board is Broken Arrow’s Zach Marcheselli. With good reason after seeing what he was able to do in his junior campaign. Another thing to think about is the fact that Marcheselli has already captured two state championships in wrestling.

LAST RANKING: #9


4) PATRICK CURLEY
2018 – WAGONER

Wagoner has had no shortage of playmakers over the last few years. From Malcolm Rodriguez to Nikia Jones, one playmaker has been linebacker Patrick Curley. The senior has been a critical part of Wagoner’s success over the last four seasons. Curley is a linebacker prospect that shouldn’t be overlooked moving forward.

LAST RANKING: #3


5) BRYCE ALONSO
2018 – BISHOP KELLEY

Similar to Curley at Wagoner, Bishop Kelley’s Bryce Alonso has that prototypical size but the jury is still out on where he fits in at the next level. Alonso missed the majority of his junior season but made up for it last year. Alonso was also a playmaker for the Comets as a tight end. He also has a good frame to play on the defensive line.

LAST RANKING: #7


6) BRODY ODOM
2018 – WYNNEWOOD

Wynnewood is producing another Odom who is headed to the D1 level. Last season, Brody Odom had a breakout season as a linebacker. Odom followed that breakout season with another stellar one as he showed his versatility, playing a variety of positions. He’ll be a prospect to watch over the next few years at the Academy.

LAST RANKING: #4
SIGNED WITH AIR FORCE


7) BRADEN SPICER
2018 – UNION

Similar to Tillman at Bixby, Union’s Braden Spicer will be going to Stillwater as a preferred walk on. He’ll look to earn his spot on scholarship. he has an excellent shot as one of the top inside linebackers in the 2018 class. Spicer was on a Union defense full of talented players, but he was able to make a name for himself.

LAST RANKING: #6
COMMITTED TO OKLAHOMA STATE


8) JASON HARRIS II
2018 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

Booker T Washington linebacker Jason Harris II would be much higher on this list if he was a little taller. Because he doesn’t have that prototypical size, he might not have gotten the looks that his skillset deserves. Harris was a critical part of arguably the best defense in the state this year.

LAST RANKING: UR
COMMITTED TO CENTRAL OKLAHOMA


9) CARSON KROPP
2018 – OWASSO

Owasso linebacker Carson Kropp will be joining Union’s Braden Spicer as preferred walk on’s at Oklahoma State. Kropp has more size than Spicer and excelled during the last two seasons. On a defense that is full of star power, Kropp was still a player that opposing teams had to worry about.

LAST RANKING: UR
COMMITTED TO OKLAHOMA STATE


10) MITCH KULKIN
2018 – JENKS

Jenks linebacker Mitch Kulkin has had one of the more consistent careers over the last few seasons. Kulkin has run in the same boat as some of the other linebacker prospects on this list. Because of his size, Kulkin might be getting overlooked. But when you watch his film, you can tell that he can play.

LAST RANKING: #10

1) JOSH PROCTOR
2018 – OWASSO

The Owasso All American has had a lockdown on the top spot for defensive backs. However, after last season, Proctor could end up being the top overall prospect in Oklahoma’s 2018 class. Proctor is right there with former Jenks standout Steven Parker as top safety prospects that Oklahoma has produced in this decade.

LAST RANKING: #1
SIGNED WITH OHIO STATE


2) DAX HILL
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

Following the graduation of Owasso’s Josh Proctor, Dax Hill will take over the top spot as the best defensive back prospect in Oklahoma. Hill isn’t as physically built as Proctor, but he more than makes up for it with his closing speed and tackling ability. Hill has already locked up the top overall spot for Oklahoma’s 2019 class.

LAST RANKING: #2


3) PATRICK FIELDS
2018 – UNION

In most years, Union’s Patrick Fields is the runaway top defensive back prospect. However, he still holds his own with the top players in Oklahoma’s 2018 class. Fields put together another stellar season for powerhouse Union. He continues the pipeline of Tulsa area defensive backs that head to Norman.

LAST RANKING: #3
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA


4) WAYNE JONES 
2018 – OWASSO

Owasso’s Wayne Jones shifted from a safety to almost a linebacker hybrid during the 2017 season. He was able to play a rover spot where he could help in run support but still drop back in coverage. That style fit Jones like a glove. Don’t be surprised if Kansas State looks to utilize Jones in that way at the next level.

LAST RANKING: #4
SIGNED WITH KANSAS STATE


5) JASON TAYLOR II
2018 – CARL ALBERT

One of the finalists for OKPreps Player Of The Year, Carl Albert’s Jason Taylor II was an absolute star for the Titans, leading them to their first undefeated season in school history. Taylor made plays on offense and defense. However, it’s clear that his future belongs on the defensive side of the ball as a safety.

LAST RANKING: #5
SIGNED WITH OKLAHOMA STATE


6) MYLES SLUSHER
2020 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow’s Myles Slusher emerged as a strong prospect at cornerback. One of the things that impresses us most is Slusher’s closing speed. Slusher is right there with Dax Hill from Booker T Washington. When Slusher needs to get from point A to point B, he gets there in a hurry.

LAST RANKING: UR


7) J.T. McCLOUD
2019 – UNION

Union won’t have to wait very long for their next standout defensive back. Junior J.T. McCloud could end up being the next version of Tre Brown for the Union secondary. McCloud is a standout cornerback that has legitimate track speed. Sound familiar? Every time OKPreps saw McCloud in person, he was impressive.

LAST RANKING: UR


8) DEUCE MAYBERRY
2020 – OWASSO

The talent in the Owasso secondary was insane during the 2017 season. With Proctor at safety, Jones playing a roving hybrid, they needed a lockdown corner, and they got that with Deuce Mayberry. The younger brother of former Booker . T Washington standout Kyle Mayberry, Deuce is part of an impressive 2020 trio of corners.

LAST RANKING: UR


9) GARY MOSSOP JR.
2018 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow’s Gary Mossop Jr. is in a position group that is absolutely loaded with talent, especially in the Tulsa area. With BA, Owasso and Union all producing top defensive backs, you could consider Tulsa a “No Fly Zone”. Mossop continued to make plays for the Tigers this season. He became a very vocal leader for the Tigers as well.

LAST RANKING: #7
SIGNED WITH AIR FORCE


10) BRENNAN PRESLEY
2020 – BIXBY

The final piece of the “918 trio” is Bixby standout Brennan Presley. He’s been making plays for Bixby since his freshman season, but he really took that next step as a sophomore. He could also end up being recruited as an athlete after becoming Bixby’s home run threat on offense at wide receiver.

LAST RANKING: UR

1) DJ JONES
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

When we first ranked Booker T Washington standout DJ Jones, it was as a wide receiver only. However, at this point, we really can’t pick a “better” position for Jones. The Hornet standout was equally fantastic as a receiver and a shutdown corner. His future might be on the defensive side of the ball, but the skills are there on offense.

LAST RANKING: UR


2) DANIEL HOWARD
2019 – MILLWOOD

You would have to look very hard to find a prospect that played more positions than Daniel Howard during the 2017 season. Howard was a crucial part of a Millwood team that will go down as one of the state’s best. No matter what position he was playing, Howard was a big factor in the Falcons going undefeated again.

LAST RANKING: UR


3) RUSTY RUDD
2018 – FORT GIBSON

It’s no secret that some prospects in Oklahoma can get overlooked. Fort Gibson standout Rusty Rudd has to be considered one of those prospects. All Rudd does is make plays, and that’s what he was able to do, leading Fort Gibson to a bounce back season. His size and skills point to him possibly playing safety at the next level.

LAST RANKING: #3


4) PERRY OLSEN
2018 – YUKON

Yukon quarterback Perry Olsen is as perfect as it gets for Navy’s offense. Olsen transferred to Yukon where he was an option quarterback under first year head coach Jeremy Reed. He was a perfect fit for that and he’ll be a perfect fit at the next level. Olsen is a big physical quarterback and learned the flexbone offense very quickly.

LAST RANKING: #5
SIGNED WITH NAVY


5) DALTON MAY
2018 – JONES

Jones tight end and defensive end Dalton May is one of our favorite recruits in recent memory. In a world where recruits can drag out the process and want as much attention as they can get, May didn’t mess around. He was offered by Tulsa, he committed to Tulsa, immediately. He brings plenty of versatility to the Golden Hurricane on offense and defense.

LAST RANKING: #2
SIGNED WITH TULSA


6) RYLAN McQUARTERS
2018 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

Rylan McQuarters has been a weapon for Booker T Washington in all three phases of the game. He’s been a threat at running back and receiver, he’s shut down opponents as a corner, and he’s been one of the most dangerous return guys in Oklahoma. No matter who gets McQuarters, they’ll have options with how to play him.

LAST RANKING: #6


7) RJ FISHER
2018 – LAWTON EISENHOWER

Similar to everyone on this list, Lawton Ike’s RJ Fisher could play a variety of positions at the next level. At Air Force, he very well could be a good fit to run the option attack at quarterback. Many believe that defense will be where he ends up, but the offensive book isn’t closed just yet.

LAST RANKING: #8
COMMITTED TO AIR FORCE


8) JEFF FOREMAN
2019 – DEL CITY

Del City had an absolute breakout star with Jeff Foreman in 2017. They had a star with Anthony Goodlow at defensive end, but Foreman proved to be an absolute stud on both sides of the ball for the Eagles. His stock is on the rise as we head into the spring and summer. Foreman is no longer a prospect that’s under the radar.

LAST RANKING: UR


9) JADEN McDANIEL
2019 – HERITAGE HALL

The younger brother of Heritage Hall standout Tevin McDaniel, Jaden might end up being better than older brother. Similar to Tevin, Jaden has already shown a great versatility in his game. With a big spring and summer, McDaniel will become more known statewide as a top prospect in the 2019 class.

LAST RANKING: UR


10) WIL AMOS
2018 – AFTON 

This year’s OKPreps Player Of The Year comes in at #10 to wrap up the Athlete Big Board. Amos played quarterback for Afton but finished with over 3,000 yards rushing. He also was a standout at safety and corner for the Eagles. That versatility made Amos a prospect that would be very valuable.

LAST RANKING: #10
COMMITTED TO EMPORIA STATE

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