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OKPreps 2020 Rankings

OKPreps 2020 Rankings

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Ranking Updated: April 9, 2018

1) ANDREW RAYM
OL – 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 has an opportunity to go wire to wire as the top ranked prospect in the 2020 class. He’s without the top prospect right now. Raym was the second earliest in-state offer from Oklahoma. Raym has already committed to the Sooners.


2) MYLES SLUSHER
DB – 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. Not to mention that he can really disrupt things once he’s there.


3) DOMINIC RICHARDSON
RB – BISHOP McGUINNESS

Bishop McGuinness standout Dominic Richardson was one of the biggest breakout stars last fall. 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.


4) JAVIAN HESTER
WR – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

Booker T Washington wide receiver 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. He’s already established himself as a high-profile prospect.


5) DEUCE MAYBERRY
DB – OWASSO

The talent in the Owasso secondary was insane during the 2017 season. With Josh Proctor at safety, Wayne 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.


6) J.D. HEAD
QB – JONES

Jones quarterback J.D. Head had some rather high expectations as he entered 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.


7) NIKALE DAVIS
DL – WESTMOORE

During the football season, Nikale Davis was somewhat of an unknown when it comes to the 2020 prospects. However, over the last several months, Davis has become one of the more breakout stars in recruiting. He’s only beginning and will get an opportunity to back up the offseason hype with performances at camps and then again next fall.


8) ELI RUSS
OL – PLAINVIEW

This is a massive human being. Standing about 6’6 and weighing nearly 300 pounds, Plainview’s Eli Russ without a doubt has the physical size to be an elite tackle prospect. He’s definitely a recruit that has his stock pointing up as we head into the spring and summer months. As long as he continues to progress, he’ll continue to move up.


9) JAYDEN GARNER
ATH – SKIATOOK

Watching Skiatook’s Jayden Garner, you can’t put him down as one specific position. He played several different positions and excelled in just about every one. Garner became Skiatook’s home run hitter. They set up packages where he would simply take a direct snap and then make something happen. And more times than not, he made it happen.


10) BRENNAN PRESLEY
DB – BIXBY

The final piece of the “918 2020 trio” is Bixby’s 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. Presley has been one of the more productive prospects.


11) ISAIAH JACOBS
RB – OWASSO

Owasso’s Isaiah Jacobs is the younger brother of Joshua Jacobs, a former McLain standout that is now a running back at Alabama. Because of genetics alone, Jacobs will get looks. Nobody wants to miss out on another standout running back TWICE. Isaiah could have a breakout season this fall after backing up Bryce Cabrera in 2017.


12) BROCK BORIN
TE – ADAIR

Adair has been an absolute powerhouse in football for years now. However, they aren’t putting out big-time prospects year after year. That’s not the case with the 2020 class. They have one of the top physically-ready athletes in the class. Brock Borin could end up being a defensive or even offensive lineman, but for right now, we have him at tight end.


13) DANIEL HISHAW
ATH – MOORE

When watching the film, it doesn’t take long to see the playmaking ability. Daniel Hishaw was the more explosive playmaker out of the two Lions on this list during the 2017 campaign. Hishaw was an absolute thrill to watch when he lined up at quarterback. He torched defenses all season. Whether he’s a true QB prospect is still up in the air.


14) ELIJAH WRIGHT
ATH – VIAN

The son of former Oklahoma State standout Kenyatta Wright, Elijah already has the genes. Wright will be headed to Vian after playing his first two seasons at Fort Gibson. When you look at Wright on film, one thing really stands out. He could have the best instincts out of all the 2020 class. He always knows where the ball is going to be.


15) BRYNDEN WALKER
DL – BISHOP McGUINNESS

Brynden Walker spent plenty of time on both sides of the ball but his future might be on the defensive side of the line of scrimmage. On offense, he was one of Dominic Richardson’s top blockers as a fullback. But right now he projects as a prototypical defensive end. However, Walker’s versatility will help him get attention down the line.

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