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OKPreps 2018 Rankings

Ranking Updated: April 5th, 2017

Brey Walker - Southmoore OL

1) BREY WALKER – Southmoore – Offensive Lineman

He’s been #1 from the first 2018 rankings we published and he stays right on top. The All American left tackle could end up being the best high school prospect to come out of Oklahoma since Gerald McCoy over a decade ago. He continues to get bigger and stronger which is scary for opposing defenses.

Last Ranking: #1

Committed To Oklahoma

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2) JOSH PROCTOR – Owasso – Defensive Back

Another All American selection, Owasso’s Josh Proctor has drawn comparisons to former Jenks standout Steven Parker. Proctor has similar size to the OU starting safety. He’s also a standout athlete on both the basketball court and football field.

Last Ranking: #2

Committed To Ohio State

Jalen Redmond - Midwest City LB

3) JALEN REDMOND – Midwest City – Linebacker

All Redmond did in his first year of competitive football since middle school was make the OKPreps All State 1st Team. Redmond is a freak athlete that has a motor that doesn’t slow down. He’s the best pass-rusher in the state. He could be moved to an edge rusher on the end.

Last Ranking: #4

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4) RON TATUM III – Putnam City – Defensive End

Right behind Jalen Redmond is Putnam City’s Ron Tatum III. In most years, it would be Tatum that would be the hands down best pass-rusher in the state. This year, it’s very close between him and Redmond. Don’t be surprised if these two go back and forth this year for that honor.

Last Ranking: #5

Committed To Texas

Bryce Brey - Bixby OL

5) BRYCE BRAY – Bixby – Offensive Lineman

Jumping all the way up into the top five of the OKPreps Rankings, Bixby’s Bryce Bray has been fantastic on the camp scene. He was named MVP of the OL group down at The Opening regional in Dallas. That group also featured 2018’s #1 Brey Walker.

Last Ranking: #14

Committed To Oklahoma State

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6) CJ MOORE – Union – Wide Receiver

CJ Moore is the latest in a recent surge of big-bodied receivers that can absolutely fly. Moore stands about 6’4 and is a constant mismatch for defenders. He has similar size to former Westmoore standout Dahu Green, who is now at Oklahoma.

Last Ranking: #3

Committed To Oklahoma State

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7) PATRICK FIELDS – Union – Defensive Back

Another highly ranked Union defensive back. Last year, it was cornerback Tre Brown. This year, it’s safety Patrick Fields. The Oklahoma commit was apart of a star-studded defense last year that featured several future D1 players.

Last Ranking: #6

Committed To Oklahoma

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8) CASEY THOMPSON – Southmoore – Quarterback

Without a doubt the best quarterback in the state this year. He’s been one of the best, if not the best quarterback prospect since his sophomore year. Thompson is a true dual-threat quarterback but prefers to slice up defenses with his arm.

Last Ranking: #7

Committed To Texas

Nigel Brannon - John Marshall OL

9) NIGEL BRANNON – John Marshall – Offensive Lineman

Out of all the 2018 prospects, John Marshall’s Nigel Brannon might have the highest ceiling for what kind of prospect he could be. Brannon has all the physical tools to be an elite prospect. He still has to prove that status with more consistent play.

Last Ranking: #8

Owen Condon - Bishop McGuinness OL

10) OWEN CONDON – Bishop McGuinness – Offensive Lineman

Another stout offensive tackle prospect in a class that is absolutely full of top offensive tackles. Condon continues to get better and better. His first step is getting quicker. Once he gets his hands on you, it’s game over.

Last Ranking: #10

11) JORDAN KELLEY – Union – Defensive Tackle

Another Union prospect right on the border of being in the top ten. Defensive tackle Jordan Kelley has been one of the fastest rising prospects in the 2018 class. He went from being a borderline D1 player to an Oklahoma commit in less than a year.

Last Ranking: #15

Committed To Oklahoma

12) HUNTER ANTHONY – Tuttle – Offensive Lineman

Tuttle’s Hunter Anthony, already committed to Oklahoma State, is the state’s largest prospect at 6’7 and over 300 pounds. Anthony has everything you need in the size department but his quickness and first step must keep improving.

Last Ranking: #16

Committed To Oklahoma State

13) ISRAEL ANTWINE – Millwood – Defensive Lineman

Another fast rising prospect is Millwood’s defensive lineman Israel Antwine. The Millwood standout is apart of a very talented and young group at Millwood that won a state championship in 2016.

Last Ranking: #17

14) WAYNE JONES – Owasso – Defensive Back

Wayne Jones makes up the other half of a dangerous safety group with All American Josh Proctor. Playing next to a prospect like Proctor could take eyes away from Jones but that hasn’t been the case.

Last Ranking: #18

15) TK WILKERSON – Skiatook – Athlete

Committed to Tulsa, Wilkerson has been impressive early on this spring. He won the RB MVP award at a Rivals camp already. Wilkerson’s versatility is what ranks him so high. He could end up being a running back or a linebacker.

Last Ranking: #19

Committed To Tulsa

16) SEAN SHAW – Jones – Wide Receiver

Standing 6’5, it’s hard to miss Jones standout Sean Shaw. He’s one of the state’s best deep threats at the wide receiver position. You can’t teach size and Shaw has that down.

Last Ranking: #9

17) DEVONTE LEE – John Marshall – Running Back

Without a doubt the best running back in Oklahoma right now. Devonte Lee is an absolute wrecking ball with the football in his hands. Lee rarely goes down on the first point of contact.

Last Ranking: #13

18) NIKIA JONES – Wagoner – Wide Receiver

Wagoner’s Nikia Jones has been a star for the Bulldogs since his freshman year. He’s helped lead Wagoner to three straight state championships and has emerged as one of the best receivers in the state.

Last Ranking: #11

19) DALTON MAY – Jones – Defensive End

Jones standout Dalton May could end up playing tight end as well at the next level. However, he’s an outstanding pass-rusher. May has great size and shows a lot of versatility.

Last Ranking: #34

Committed To Tulsa

20) JAMES PALMER – Westmoore – Tight End

One of the more intriguing prospects in the 2018 class is James Palmer from Westmoore. He has the size and ability. He could end up being higher in the rankings as a borderline top ten prospect.

Last Ranking: #12

21) RYMOND GREEN – Berryhill – Athlete

Berryhill’s Rymond Green is another prospect that has a very high ceiling. Green’s pass-rushing skills makes him a must-see prospect.

Last Ranking: #31

22) ACE VICK – Midwest City – Defensive Back

Ace Vick is yet another prospect in the long line of stellar Midwest City defensive backs. Vick is the next one to watch for the Bombers.

Last Ranking: #20

23) RYLAN McQUARTERS – Booker T Washington – Athlete

Yet another talented McQuarters to come out of Booker T Washington. The latest is Rylan, who’s future is probably at defensive back, but he does it all for the Hornets.

Last Ranking: #26

24) DOMINICK NEAL – Lawton – Wide Receiver

A fast rising recruit who has established himself as a can’t miss receiver prospect. Dominick Neal came on strong to end his junior season.

Last Ranking: Unranked

25) RUSTY RUDD – Fort Gibson – Wide Receiver

Just like Neal at Lawton, Rusty Rudd from Fort Gibson is another wide receiver prospect who went from unranked to into the top 25. Like Neal, he’ll look to have a strong spring.

Last Ranking: Unranked

26) JASON TAYLOR – Carl Albert – Defensive Back

A standout on the basketball floor as well, Jason Taylor helped lead Carl Albert to a state championship last fall. He’s expecting to have a big spring and summer.

Last Ranking: Unranked

27) COURTRE ALEXANDER – Owasso – Defensive Lineman

Alexander is another defensive prospect in the top 30 for Owasso. Alexander is very disruptive on the line of scrimmage.

Last Ranking: #21

28) DRAKE STOOPS – Norman North – Wide Receiver

Stoops is the best slot receiver in the state. He’s in a class that is loaded with tall outside receivers. Stoops is a dynamic playmaker in the slot.

Last Ranking: #24

29) PERRY OLSEN – Yukon – Athlete

Olsen is moving from Southmoore to Yukon and will have a chance to really excel under new head coach Jeremy Reed. Olsen’s versatility should have scouts excited.

Last Ranking: #29

30) RJ FISHER – Lawton Eisenhower – Athlete

Fisher is another example of a basketball/football standout. His future at the college level is undecided as to where he can fit but it’ll more than likely be defense.

Last Ranking: #32

31) ADRIAN WILSON – Union – Wide Receiver

Union’s Adrian Wilson can get overlooked with all the talent the Redskins have. However, he’s an absolute threat as a slot receiver.

Last Ranking: #36

32) MIGUEL FULGENCIO – Claremore Sequoyah – Defensive Back

It’s rare that we have a Claremore Sequoyah prospect make the OKPreps Rankings. Fulgencio is an athlete to watch this spring and summer.

Last Ranking: Unranked

33) WIL AMOS – Afton – Athlete

Similar to Fulgencio, Afton’s Wil Amos represents Afton, which we rarely see on the OKPreps Rankings. Also similar to Fulgencio, Amos’ future is probably on the defensive side.

Last Ranking: #28

34) COBY TILLMAN – Bixby – Linebacker

Bixby’s Coby Tillman is the hardest hitting inside linebacker in the state. He has a nose for the football and is routinely finds himself in the right place at the right time.

Last Ranking: #22

35) BRODY ODOM – Wynnewood – Linebacker

Brody Odom had a breakout year for Wynnewood in 2016 and looks to continue that momentum this offseason. He was a sack machine as a junior.

Last Ranking: #23

36) JACKSON GREENWOOD – Blanchard – Athlete

Blanchard’s Jackson Greenwood is a big dude. He has the potential to be a variety of positions at the next level. Right now he’s almost in between the right position.

Last Ranking: Unranked

37) BRENDAN MITCHELL – Edmond Memorial – Wide Receiver

Edmond Memorial’s Brendan Mitchell has been a prospect we’ve watched over the last two years. He has legit size at 6’5 and legit track speed.

Last Ranking: #25

38) MORGAN MOORE – Midwest City – Offensive Lineman

Midwest City’s Morgan Moore has all the physical tools down. He needs to continue to progress this spring and summer and he’ll see his stock go up.

Last Ranking: #27

39) JAY’QUAN LINCOLN – Lawton – Athlete

Lawton’s Jay’Quan Lincoln is a similar athlete to teammate Dominick Neal and has emerged as a prospect to keep an eye on this spring and summer.

Last Ranking: Unranked

40) KADE WILSON – Altus – Offensive Lineman

In a class that is dominated by big offensive tackles, Altus’ Kade Wilson is an interior offensive lineman that you’ll need to keep an eye on this summer.

Last Ranking: #37

41) TUCKER PAWLEY – Bixby – Running Back

Bixby’s Tucker Pawley is an absolute workhorse at the running back position. He emerged as a star during Bixby’s latest championship run.

Last Ranking: #30

42) BRADY WILLIAMS – Berryhill – Running Back

In his first year with Berryhill, Brady Williams continued to excel at the running back position. He’ll be asked to do much more this coming season as a senior.

Last Ranking: #33

43) WYATT BERGNER – Marlow – Athlete

Marlow’s Wyatt Bergner has been on our radar for over two years. He has a lot of versatility in his game that could lead him to playing on defense in college.

Last Ranking: #38

44) RJ WAKLEY – Victory Christian – Athlete

Victory Christian’s RJ Wakley is a physical athlete that doesn’t shy away from contact. Because of that, you’ll probably see Wakley on the defensive side of the ball in college.

Last Ranking: #35

45) DAMORIEA VICK – Westmoore – Wide Receiver

Westmoore’s Damoriea Vick is an interesting prospect to watch. He’s helped by teammate Palmer at the TE position. He stretches the field on the outside.

Last Ranking: #40

46) CARLOS THOMAS – Mustang – Running Back

Mustang’s Carlos Thomas always found his way to the end zone during his junior campaign. With a strong spring and summer, he’ll rise up this list.

Last Ranking: Unranked

47) ISAAC STOOPS – Norman North – Defensive Back

Twin brother of wide receiver Drake Stoops. This is the first time we’ve ever had two brothers, let alone twin brothers on the OKPreps Rankings. Isaac is on the defensive side.

Last Ranking: Unranked

48) JOSEPH SMITH – Holland Hall – Running Back

Joseph Smith has been no stranger to getting out in front of potential colleges at camps. With a strong spring and summer, he could emerge as a D1 prospect.

Last Ranking: Unranked

49) GREG BROWN – John Marshall – Defensive Tackle

This is another year where John Marshall has multiple prospects in the OKPreps Rankings. Brown is similar to teammate Nigel Brannon. He has all the physical tools to be a high-rated prospect.

Last Ranking: Unranked

50) BLAKE ADAMS – Heritage Hall – Athlete

Heritage Hall’s Blake Adams has been calm, cool and collected since taking over at Heritage Hall as a freshman and sophomore. Adams stars as a quarterback and defensive back.

Last Ranking: Unranked

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