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Updated: July 1, 2018

1) WILL KUEHNE
2019 – OWASSO

It didn’t take long for the transfer from Texas to make an impact, leading Owasso to a state championship. Kuehne was surgical throwing the ball in the Owasso offense. However, an underrated quality of his game was his ability to run the ball. Kuehne improved his speed this offseason and will be more of a problem for opposing defenses.


2) J.D. HEAD
2020 – JONES

Jones once again has one of the top quarterbacks in the state with youngster J.D. Head. Replacing 2016 OKPreps Player Of The Year Brandon George wasn’t going to be easy but Head certainly made the transition look that way. He was one of the top passers in the state and will look to replicate those numbers with a new cast of skill guys.


3) PRESTON COLBERT 
2019 – MIDWEST CITY

At this time last year, we circled Midwest City quarterback Preston Colbert as a player that we believed would have a breakout season. He met those expectations and exceeded them. He was one of the more efficient passers in Oklahoma and put up some unreal numbers, leading Midwest City one game shy of a state championship appearance.


4) PEYTON THOMPSON
2019 – UNION

Union quarterback Peyton Thompson had a wealth of talent around him to distribute the ball to. This fall, Thompson really truly earn his rating as one of the top quarterbacks in Oklahoma if he can replicate last year’s success with a new batch of receivers. Thompson had a very successful offseason at various camps around the country.


5) IAN CORWIN
2019 – JENKS

Jenks quarterback Ian Corwin had huge shoes to fill as a sophomore, replacing arguably the best QB in Jenks history. Corwin has been able to carve his own legacy and has added his name to that list of great Jenks signal callers. This fall, Corwin will have an opportunity to add another chapter under a new head coach and offensive coordinator.


6) JETT STERNBERGER
2019 – KINGFISHER

Perhaps Kingfisher’s Jett Sternberger should be ranked as an athlete on this Big Board. It’s not very often that an athlete has scholarship offers in multiple sports but that’s exactly what Sternberger holds as a football and basketball standout. While Sternberger was known early on for his basketball abilities, football very quickly followed the Kingfisher star.


7) GUNNAR GUNDY
2020 – STILLWATER

Gundy. Stillwater. You can connect the dots. Yes, Gunnar Gundy is the son of OSU head coach Mike Gundy. However, the Pioneer quarterback is making a name for himself after a very successful sophomore season. Gundy’s efficient passing had the Pioneers back in the playoffs and had Stillwater as a top five team for the majority of the season.


8) DALTON SPRING
2019 – BEGGS

Beggs quarterback Dalton Spring has the physical frame that could lead him to playing several different positions at the next level. But for now, we have Spring as a quarterback. How could you not? No other QB in state history has thrown for 581 yards in a playoff game. Except for Spring. However, don’t close the book on Spring switching positions in college.


9) QUINLAN GANTHER
2020 – DEL CITY

We wrote about Preston Colbert and his breakout season. Perhaps we’re looking at the next potential breakout star and he’s right down the road from the Bomber QB. Del City’s Quinlan Ganther had a strong sophomore campaign and has been hard at work this offseason. Don’t be surprised if Ganther becomes one of the breakout stars this fall.


10) BEN HARRIS
2021 – CARL ALBERT

The only player from the 2021 class to make the quarterback ranking is Carl Albert’s Ben Harris. After a preseason injury sidelined Carter LaValley, Harris stepped in as a freshman and led the Titans to an undefeated season and second straight state title. More impressive than that was the TD to INT ratio with 35 touchdowns and only 4 interceptions.

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1) MARCUS MAJOR
2019 – MILLWOOD

The running back position in Oklahoma is absolutely loaded and Millwood standout Marcus Major has elevated himself to the leader of the pack. Major has all the tools to be a standout at the next level. He helped carry Millwood to a second straight undefeated season and state championship. It became normal to see Major do abnormal things.


2) DOMINIC RICHARDSON
2020 – BISHOP McGUINNESS

Bishop McGuinness fans will look at the 2017 season and wonder what could have been. Dominic Richardson was one of the breakout stars of the 2017 season, running for over 2,000 yards in a little over 9 games. However, a leg injury prevented Richardson from running in the playoffs. He’s back to 100% and looking to make up for lost time this fall.


3) THOMAS GRAYSON
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

Booker T Washington has a wealth of talent right now and running back Thomas Grayson is among the best in the group. The Hornet speedster helped lead Booker T Washington to a dominating state championship a season ago. Grayson is one of the fastest players in Oklahoma today and if he gets out into the open field, he’s next to impossible to bring down.


4) DADRION “RABBIT” TAYLOR
2019 – CARL ALBERT

At this time last year, Carl Albert’s Rabbit Taylor was a potential breakout player for the Titans as he prepared for his junior year. He exceeded those expectations as one of the top running backs in the state a season ago. Now that other Titan playmakers have graduated, Taylor will more than likely see an expanded role for the Titans, and he won’t back down from a challenge.


5) MILES DAVIS
2019 – LAWTON

Another breakout running back was Lawton’s Miles Davis. The Wolverines continue to put out some of the best runners in the state and Davis is the next on the growing list. Davis didn’t take very long to make an impact. In the first game of the year, against eventual 5A champion Carl Albert, Davis ran for over 300 yards with several eye-opening runs.


6) DARIUS BOONE JR.
2019 – UNION

Darius Boone Jr. is looking forward to this season where he can showcase his talents as the lead back all fall. Boone spent the first half of his junior season splitting carries with Kevyion Cooper. When Cooper had a seizure following the Owasso game, Boone became the guy at running back and excelled in the final eight games of the season.


7) WILL PHILLIPS
2019 – ENID

Similar to Richardson at McGuinness, Enid’s Will Phillips is looking to make up for lost time after losing the majority of his junior season to a leg injury. Phillips was one of the first 2019 prospects on our radar and we’re excited to see what he can do now that he’s back to 100%. He’ll look to open some eyes this coming season.


8) ISAIAH JACOBS
2020 – OWASSO

Owasso’s Isaiah Jacobs was limited last year as he backed up Bryce Cabrera, an OKPreps All State 2nd Team selection. Jacobs will now move into Cabrera’s role in the Ram offense and things should pick up in a big way this fall. Jacobs is a fantastic runner and will also be able to shine catching passes out of the backfield for the Rams.


9) NOAH CORTES
2019 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow’s resident workhorse is back this fall looking for another big season running the football. Cortes’ marquee game last year was his 40 carry performance that led the Tigers to a win. Cortes has shown the ability to shoulder a lot of the responsibilities in the Tiger offense. And with a new quarterback being worked into the offense, Cortes should be a focal point early on.


10) QWONTRELL WALKER
2021 – STILLWATER

The only 2021 prospect to make the running back Big Board is Stillwater’s Qwontrell Walker. The young running back was a big part of the Pioneers making it back to the playoffs last fall. Walker should only get better as he gets bigger and stronger. He’s a bruising back who rarely goes down at the first sign of contact.

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1) DEMARIYON HOUSTON
2019 – MILLWOOD

Another Millwood prospect and another top ranking. Falcon wide receiver Demariyon Houston has been one of the biggest playmakers in Oklahoma since his breakout sophomore season. Houston missed the start of his junior campaign with an injury but that didn’t slow down the Millwood train. With Houston healthy, the Falcons are nearly impossible to slow down.


2) GRAYSON BOOMER (TE)
2019 – COLLINSVILLE

Similar to Houston at Millwood, Collinsville’s Grayson Boomer has had his own share of bad luck with injuries. Boomer is without a doubt one of the more promising prospects in Oklahoma’s 2019 class. However, injuries have put a damper on what type of national prospect Boomer could be. The good news for Cardinal fans is Boomer is 100% and ready to blow up this fall.


3) JAMIE NANCE
2019 – BLANCHARD

The last time we ranked Blanchard’s Jamie Nance, we listed the Lion speedster as an athlete, as he showed promise on both sides of the ball. After excelling this offseason at several marquee camps, the questions are over. Nance emerged in late March and early April as one of the top slot receivers not only in the state but in this part of the country. He’s one of the more dangerous playmakers in Oklahoma.


4) JJ HESTER
2020 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

Booker T Washington has one of their more talented teams in recent memory and a big part of that on the offensive side is the emergence of wide receiver JJ Hester. The Hornet standout was a deep threat for Booker T Washington’s passing attack and blew up as a prospect following their state championship season. While Houston and Nance translate more to the slot at the next level, Hester is a prototypical outside receiver.


5) JEFF FOREMAN
2019 – DEL CITY

Del City’s Jeff Foreman continues the speed theme we have with the wide receiver group. Foreman, like Houston and Nance is an absolute burner for Del City. Similar to some other prospects, Foreman also excels off the football field. He’s one of Del City’s top players on the basketball team. However, it appears that his future is solid on the gridiron, following his breakout season in 2017.


6) ANTHONY BLAND
2020 – STILLWATER

He has yet to step on the field in Oklahoma under the Friday night lights but it’s hard to discredit the talent. Stillwater immediately got better when Anthony Bland, a talented receiver from San Diego moved in this offseason. Bland stands at 6’3 and has absolute wheels. He shined last year as a sophomore in California. If he can match last year’s production, he’ll be an absolute star here in Oklahoma.


7) MATT KAISER
2019 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow’s Matt Kaiser is going to have a decision to make when it comes to college. Kaiser is one of the top receivers in the state but he’s also showed plenty of promise on the baseball diamond. In theory, Kaiser could end up playing both at the next level. However, Kaiser is an outstanding football prospect and has the size and speed to excel as a wide receiver at the next level.


8) ETHAN DOWNS (TE)
2021 – WEATHERFORD

Another young promising prospect makes the Big Board as Weatherford’s Ethan Downs cracks the top ten. While he’s only going to be a sophomore this fall, Downs is already on the radar of power five schools in this region. Downs very well could end up being at a different position when it’s all said and done. However, when you throw on the film, he’s the most impressive when he’s lined up at tight end.


9) KALEB FELLERS
2019 – OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Oklahoma Christian Academy was one of the top running teams in Oklahoma a season ago. They ran several different running backs at you and all of them were successful. However, prospect-wise, a player we have our eyes on is at the receiver position with Kaleb Fellers. Standing 6’4, Fellers has a tremendous upside on the gridiron. However, he’s also one of OCA’s top basketball players so he’ll have options.


10) BLAKE NOWELL
2020 – PLAINVIEW

Similar to Fellers at OCA, Plainview’s Blake Nowell is another hidden gem at wide receiver that has a big upside. Plainview was at their best when Nowell had the ball in his hands. Whether it was in the passing game, running game or even in the return game. Nowell has great size and good speed and should only continue to grow his game as he heads into his junior season this fall.

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1) RICKY STROMBERG
2019 – UNION

The 2018 offensive line class in Oklahoma was littered with offensive tackles. The 2019 class is top heavy with interior linemen and none are better than Union’s Ricky Stromberg. The Union prospect worked primarily at left tackle last season and did well but will move to a more comfortable guard spot at the next level.


2) ANDREW RAYM
2020 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow offensive lineman Andrew Raym has been on everyone’s radar since starting for the Tigers as a freshman. It’s not very often that a freshman not only plays but starts at a school with the enrollment of Broken Arrow. However, Raym has backed up all the hype with his dominating play on the football field.


3) HECTOR BECERRA
2019 – LAWTON

Lawton has been producing top running backs for the better part of this decade. In order to do that, you have to also put out stellar offensive linemen. The Wolverines have done it once again with the duo of running back Miles Davis and offensive lineman Hector Becerra. The Lawton OL has shown the versatility to play a variety of positions at the next level.


4) ELI RUSS
2020 – PLAINVIEW

Whenever you have a mammoth of a prospect that plays a lower class of football, it’s always tough to figure out if the prospect is truly special or is just bigger than his opponent. With Plainview’s Eli Russ, it’s very simple. He’s bigger than every opponent and he’s indeed a special prospect in Oklahoma’s 2020 class. Russ is absolutely dominating at the point of attack.


5) CHESTER BAAH
2019 – EDISON

While Union’s Ricky Stromberg and Lawton’s Hector Becerra seem more polished, Edison’s Chester Baah perhaps has the highest ceiling of the 2019 interior linemen group. Baah has improved tremendously over the last 12 months and will continue to do so as he heads into his senior season. As he improves, he’ll challenge those other prospects.


6) BRADY LATHAM
2019 – JENKS

Jenks’ Brady Latham was born to be an offensive lineman. Latham is the son of former Sooner Bob Latham, who played center for OU in the 80’s. Brady is a dominating tackle prospect for the Jenks Trojans. Latham is one of the more aggressive offensive linemen prospects in the 2019 class and has legitimate quickness to match with his size and strength.


7) DAXTON BYERS
2019 – DEER CREEK

Deer Creek hasn’t been a hotbed of D1 talent over the last several years but they certainly have one with offensive lineman Daxton Byers. The big man is a force up front for the Antlers and he appears to be one of the stronger prospects in Oklahoma right now. Once Byers has his hands on a defender, that defender is going to go where Byers wants him to go.


8) REY BURNETT
2019 – EDMOND SANTA FE

It doesn’t take very long to figure out why college scouts would like to land Edmond Santa Fe’s Rey Burnett. He’s going to hit you. And he’s going to hit you hard. Santa Fe’s Burnett is one of the hardest hitting prospects in Oklahoma’s 2019 class. He does a fantastic job finishing his blocks and putting defenders on their backs. His initial punch is good enough to pancake some defenders.


9) LAYNE GRANTHAM
2019 – WESTMOORE

We go back to the interior on the offensive line with Westmoore’s Layne Grantham. Similar to some of the other OL prospects from bigger schools, it’s easy to see why Grantham is considered a strong OL prospect. Grantham is aggressive and does not stop until his opponent is on the turf. The Westmoore standout moves well in space and you can probably expect to see him as a guard or center at the next level.


10) TANNER SMITH
2019 – DICKSON

It may be an overused phrase but you can’t coach or teach size. And that’s exactly what Dickson’s Tanner Smith has. Standing all of 6’8, Smith might as well be a mack truck lining up on the Dickson offensive line. If Smith can move a little quicker and improve on his speed just a bit, he should be one of the more hidden gems in Oklahoma’s 2019 class.

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1) COLLIN CLAY II
2019 – PUTNAM CITY

Putnam City had one of the top defensive linemen in the 2018 class with Ron Tatum and look no further than the Oklahoma City school for the next best pass rusher. Collin Clay II is a force up front for the Pirates and has had a terrific offseason as he has emerged as one of the top defensive ends in this part of the country.


2) COLE MASHBURN
2019 – NORMAN NORTH

Norman North’s Cole Mashburn has been on the radar for a little over a year now. Mashburn showed an immense amount of versatility when Norman North made it to the title game in 2016. However, it appears to be his abilities on the defensive side of the ball, and at defensive end that has most colleges interested in his services.


3) DEMECO ROLAND
2019 – BROKEN ARROW

Last year, Broken Arrow was led defensively by Derrick Shaw. This year, look to the defensive line again with Demeco Roland. The Broken Arrow standout is bigger then Shaw and is nasty up front for the Tigers. Roland rarely gets beat by the man in front of him and when he does, he doesn’t make a habit of losing too many times.


4) LORENZO JONES
2019 – MOUNT SAINT MARY

This ranking may be a surprise some but the potential with Lorenzo Jones is why he’s so high on the defensive linemen Big Board. Jones is an absolute freak athletically and with the right coaching and tutoring, could develop into a big time pass rusher. Right now, he’s still very raw but the ceiling on where he could end up is what’s worth looking at.


5) DARRIAS MURDOCK
2019 – UNION

Union’s Darrias Murdock will now have eyes on him after the graduation of Jordan Kelley, who’s now at OU. Murdock learned a lot from Kelley over the past 12 months and will now take that approach into this season. Murdock is taller than Kelley but will need to use speed and quickness to get around some bigger interior linemen.


6) NIKALE DAVIS
2020 – WESTMOORE

Westmoore graduated a bunch of talent on the offensive side of the ball but Nikale Davis looks to become a leader of the Jaguar defense. Davis emerged last fall as a playmaker for the Jags and has had a stellar offseason. Coaches around the OKC area have nothing but positive things to say about the abilities of Davis and what he could end up being.


7) BRYNDEN WALKER
2020 – BISHOP McGUINNESS

One of several prospects on this list that when it’s all said and done, could end up being much higher. Brynden Walker is an absolute beast up front for McGuinness and this could be a breakout season for the Irish pass rusher. Walker is quick, physical and dangerous at the point of attack. The upside on Walker is through the roof.


8) ISAIAH McGUIRE
2019 – UNION

Union has not one, but two defensive linemen that have emerged this offseason. Isaiah McGuire has everything you want from a defensive lineman when it comes to the physical attributes. Now that he’s headed into his senior season and more will be asked of him, he can have a chance to really shine on a star-studded team.


9) ELIJAH MANUEL
2019 – MIDWEST CITY

One of the earliest 2019 prospects in Oklahoma to receive a D1 offer was Midwest City’s Elijah Manuel. While things certainly cooled off after a hot start, the play on the field has not. Manuel has shown an ability to become extremely versatile. With Jalen Redmond now at OU, Manuel will have the chance to become the Bombers’ marquee pass rusher.


10) JAYLEN MOSS
2020 – BROKEN ARROW

Continuing a theme like with Jones at Mount Saint Mary or Walker at Bishop McGuinness, Jaylen Moss finds himself here because of an immense amount of potential. Moss has all the physical tools to become one of the more elite pass rushers in the Tulsa area and we started to see shades of that in 2017. If he picks up where he left off, watch out.

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1) TRACE FORD
2019 – EDMOND SANTA FE

You can make the argument that Edmond Santa Fe’s Trace Ford is a defensive lineman but the truth is he could flourish at either position on defense. Ford emerged this winter as one of the top defenders in the state. One thing that is always mentioned when watching Ford is the quick first step. His quickness makes him nearly impossible to stop.


2) ZACH MARCHESELLI
2019 – BROKEN ARROW

While Trace Ford is somewhat of a “tweener”, Broken Arrow’s Zach Marcheselli is all linebacker. He’s the perfect prototypical linebacker prospect with a great combination of size and speed. However, the thing that impresses us most is his wrestling successes. He’s won three straight state titles in three different weight classes.


3) WILL TAYLOR
2019 – PUTNAM CITY NORTH

Each year, we see prospects emerge that are just waiting to get their chance to shine. Perhaps no prospect fits that description more than Will Taylor from Putnam City North. Taylor could earn himself some big time opportunities with a successful senior season. Physically, there aren’t many other prospects that outshine Taylor.


4) MAHCEL “BUG” JOHNSON
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

Yet another Booker T Washington Hornet to make the OKPreps Big Board is linebacker Bug Johnson. While Dax Hill gets a lot of the headlines on the Hornet defense, Johnson is an absolute hammer at linebacker. Johnson can fly all over the field and he’s one of the hardest hitters in the state. He comes at you in a hurry and always has bad intentions.


5) TRAE THOMPSON
2019 – UNION

Union’s Trae Thompson is a prospect we love to watch in action. He’s a player that is not afraid to go downhill and hit you all night long. The motor on Thompson doesn’t seem to slow down and that could make up for what might be a lack of the “prototypical” size. Thompson can do a lot because of his versatility.


6) KE’VON CURRY
2019 – JOHN MARSHALL

John Marshall’s Ke’Von Curry was quite impressive when OKPreps saw him this offseason. If he brings that to Friday nights this fall, the Bears might not miss a step as defending champions. Curry could be on the verge of being a breakout star when it comes to the recruiting trail. He has good instincts and can absolutely fly.


7) KEJUAN HAY
2019 – OWASSO

Owasso’s Kejuan Hay might have flown under the radar last year because of guys like Courtre Alexander, Josh Proctor and Wayne Jones roaming around on the Owasso defense. That won’t be the case this fall as Hay will have the opportunity to contribute more. If he brings it on Friday night’s, his recruitment will pick up.


8) JACK BARKLEY
2019 – BISHOP KELLEY

It doesn’t take very long to figure out why Bishop Kelley’s Jack Barkley deserves a spot amongst the best linebackers in Oklahoma. While he isn’t the fastest linebacker prospect on this list, he more than makes up for that with his ability to read an opposing offense and immediately react to make a play.


9) EARENEST GRAYSON III
2019 – JENKS

Similar to a few other prospects, you can make the argument that a more natural fit might be at the next level. However, for now, we have Jenks’ Earenest Grayson III as a linebacker. Physically, Grayson is extremely impressive and the ceiling is very high for where he could end up. Whether it’s at linebacker or another position, is still up in the air.


10) KIERO PETROSS
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

A player that has a tremendous amount of upside is Booker T Washington’s Kiero Petross. The Hornets have some of the top stars in Oklahoma but they also have some other prospects that should get some of the spotlight. Petross is certainly one of them. If he picks up where he left off last year, he could climb the list quite a bit.

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1) DAX HILL
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

No surprise here as Booker T Washington’s Dax Hill remains not only the top defensive back in Oklahoma but the top overall prospect in Oklahoma. Hill has had such a spectacular offseason that he’s getting close to the territory of one of the all time best recruits to come out of Oklahoma when it’s all said and done.


2) DJ JONES
2019 – BOOKER T WASHINGTON

I guess you can consider Booker T Washington a “No Fly Zone” with the two top defensive backs in Oklahoma today. While we still contend that DJ Jones could be a player at receiver, his brightest future is on the defensive side of the ball. Jones has established himself as the top cover corner in Oklahoma right now.


3) DEUCE MAYBERRY
2020 – OWASSO

A player who has absolutely sky-rocketed up our charts and rankings is Owasso’s Deuce Mayberry. The younger brother of current Kansas Jayhawk Kyle Mayberry is an absolute star in the making. While he didn’t get as much shine because he shared the defensive backfield with All American Josh Proctor, all that will change this fall.


4) MYLES SLUSHER
2020 – BROKEN ARROW

Broken Arrow standout Myles Slusher is right there with Deuce Mayberry as the top defensive backs in Oklahoma’s 2020 class. In all honesty, the separation between one or the other is not that big as both are terrific players. Slusher is a more polished player right now as he has a knack for making big plays.


5) J.T. McCLOUD
2019 – UNION

Simply one of the fastest prospects in Oklahoma’s 2019 class is Union’s J.T. McCloud. The Union speedster isn’t the most polished prospect when it comes to the cornerback position. However, he more than makes up for that with his raw athleticism and unbelievable speed. If he gets beat off the line, he can more than make up.


6) DOMINIK VENEGAS
2019 – MUSTANG

Mustang’s Dominik Venegas is an absolute star in the making at Mustang. Under defensive coordinator Adam Gaylor, Venegas has emerged as one of the top shutdown guys in the state. Venegas could end up being one of the more sought after defensive backs in Oklahoma’s 2019 class after Hill and Jones.


7) CAMERON WATTS
2019 – UNION

A player in Oklahoma’s 2019 class that simply is not being talked about enough is Union’s Cameron Watts. The Union defensive back worked his way into a star-studded starting lineup last year. We could end up seeing Watts playing safety this fall but with his size and speed, corner might be a more natural fit at the next level.


8) AARON “TRICKY” STOKES
2019 – BROKEN ARROW

The absolute only knock on Broken Arrow cornerback Tricky Stokes is his size. You watch his film and see him in person and you almost forget about that. He’s a natural fit at corner and his speed and quickness is a trait that you don’t see very often and you simply cannot coach. Stokes will end up being a steal for a program who buys in.


9) KAMRON LOVE
2019 – EDMOND SANTA FE

The son of former Oklahoma State Cowboy Sean Love, Kamron Love cracks the OKPreps Big Board. Similar to some of the other prospects we’ve talked about, Love is flying under the radar and a school is going to be happy that they landed him. You can tell that Love is a student of the game when you throw on the film.


10) ARICH ANSLEY
2019 – PUTNAM CITY WEST

When it comes to the physical attributes, Putnam City West’s Arich Ansley is right there with some of the top defensive backs in Oklahoma. This fall will be big for him as he’s starting to get some attention on the recruiting front. With a big season, he’ll lock up a big time opportunity to play at the next level.

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1) DANIEL HOWARD
2019 – MILLWOOD

Perhaps no other player in the state qualifies as an athlete more than Daniel Howard. No matter what position he was playing, Howard was making plays all over the field. This fall, Howard will be lining up primarily at quarterback. He finished the 2017 campaign at QB, leading the Falcons to their second straight state title.


2) JAYDEN GARNER
2020 – SKIATOOK

Right behind Daniel Howard for most versatile athletes is Jayden Garner from Skiatook. Garner was so dynamic for the Bulldogs that they would get creative with ways to get the playmaker the football. Whether it’s offense, defense or even special teams, Garner was a must-watch athlete any time he had the ball in his hands.


3) JADEN McDANIEL
2019 – HERITAGE HALL

Jaden McDaniel was an absolute terror for Heritage Hall when he lined up on defense. However, McDaniel is an absolute playmaker and one of, if not the absolute best athlete on Heritage Hall’s team. Don’t be surprised if the Chargers find new ways to get McDaniel involved in every phase of the game.


4) TERO ROBERTS
2019 – ARDMORE

Tero Roberts is the home run threat for Ardmore’s option attack. He is also assigned with shutting down their opponent’s number one option at wide receiver. He does both of those jobs incredibly well and he will have his choice of what he wants to play at the next level. Whether it’s running back or corner, Roberts is a hidden gem.


5) DANIEL HISHAW
2020 – MOORE

Moore has certainly had a tough time during this decade. However, in 2017, Daniel Hishaw put the Lions on his back and they became competitive once again. Hishaw was dynamite at quarterback for the Lions and could end up seeing himself on the quarterback-only Big Board in the future with another good season.


6) BRENNAN PRESLEY
2020 – BIXBY

Bixby’s Brennan Presley was a breakout star for the Spartans during his sophomore season. At first, Presley was Bixby’s shutdown corner making things happen on defense. And over the course of the season, he became Bixby’s home run threat at wide receiver. Whether it’s offense or defense, Presley shined in 2017.


7) NOAH HERNANDEZ
2019 – JENKS

Similar to some of the other prospects on this Big Board, Jenks’ Noah Hernandez is probably best known for his success at one position. That position is running back as Hernandez has been stellar at that spot for a few years now. However, Hernandez could end up being switched to the defensive side of the ball.


8) ELIJAH WRIGHT
2020 – VIAN

We’ve talked about it before but the thing that is most impressive about Elijah Wright is his instincts. No matter what the offense is running, it seems that Wright always knows where the football is going to be. Wright also is a playmaker on the offensive side of the ball. However, it’s his instincts on defense that shine.


9) HUNTER BOWERS
2019 – CRESCENT

Last year, Afton won the Class A championship behind an all world effort from quarterback Wil Amos. This year, history could repeat itself as Crescent’s Hunter Bowers is an absolute stat sheet-stuffer. Bowers is a threat throwing the ball, running the ball and is a terror to deal with on the defensive side of the ball.


10) ANDREW CROW
2019 – REJOICE CHRISTIAN

Rejoice Christian’s Andrew Crow has primarily been ranked as an all purpose running back coming out of the 2019 class. However, you can’t overlook what Crow has been able to do when he lines up at corner. While we still think that Crow’s future is best served as a running back, him showing his versatility will help out.

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