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ATH 5-11, 180, Sr.
An Oklahoma State commit, Brown has the athleticism to be the most explosive player on the field in any contest. He’s a playmaker on both sides of the ball, and will even make an impact as a returner on special teams.
DE 6-6, 230, Sr.
Bogard is back and QBs in Class 2A better be aware. This defensive end is quick off the edge and is a complete disrupter. Holds several offers including Kansas, SMU, Iowa State and more.
QB 6-5, 215, Sr.
This is the guy you want throwing the ball. May has 5,467 yards passing and 50 touchdowns to his credit. Held offers from OSU, Kansas State, Iowa State and many more before committing to play at Iowa.
OLB/DE/TE 6-5, 215, Jr.
One of the purest raw talents we’ve seen in a while. Jobe is crazy athletic for his size with a great spirit for competition. Already holds several offers, including Arkansas, Texas Tech, OSU and Iowa State.
WR/DB 5-11, 175. Sr.
Last season Deere was impressive with 86 receptions for 1,110 yards and 14 scores. Said to be one of the top skill players in the Class of 2022. Holds offers from Tulsa and Arkansas State so far.
DB/WR 6-0, 175, Sr.
Accounted for 244 yards on offense and 45 tackles on defense. As a corner, Porter is a ball-hawk grabbing six interceptions a year ago.
RB/LB 6-1, 205, Sr.
Accounted for more than 1,000 yards on offense last year and grabbed 102 tackles from his linebacker spot. Four-year starter. Living proof hard work pays off.
QB/LB 5-11, 178, Sr.
Athletic quarterback with a toughness you look for in a linebacker. Should have his best year as a senior leading the Red Devils. Is a playmaker on both sides of the ball, look for Davis to be all over the field on Fridays.
Rickey Hunt Jr.
QB/RB/DB 6-0, 175, Jr.
One of the top athletic all-around players in the class. Hunt will play multiple positions and be very effective at each one.
RB 5-11, 180, Jr.
One of the more prolific running backs in the state, Hill rushed for 2,316 yards with 25 rushing touchdowns. He also added a kickoff return for a score.
WR/DB 6-3, 182, Sr.
In 2020 Scott caught 37 balls for 671 yards and seven touchdowns. A very well-rounded student-athlete, who makes plays on both sides of the ball.
DL 6-4, 255, Sr.
A quick defensive end for his size, Clinton will set the edge and pressure the quarterback thanks to his quickness and ability to get up-field.
QB 6-0, 180, Sr.
Ratcliff threw for more than 2,000 yards and 34 touchdowns to only two picks. One of the more accurate QBs in the class, Ratcliff has over 4,000 yards in the last two seasons.
RB/S 6-0, 180, Sr.
Hall amassed 530 yards on 124 carries with six scores last season. He can also catch out of the backfield. At safety he had 69 tackles, three picks and two sacks.
QB 6-2, 178, Sr.
A fun player to watch, Mathis has the tools to be one of the top quarterbacks in the class. Expect to see him play in the secondary on defense.
WR/DB 6-0, 180, Sr.
A two-way player who never leaves the field. Matteson is one of the hardest workers on the team and a great leader. Will likely play football on Saturdays.
DL 5-10, 240, Jr.
This nose guard will give your interior offensive linemen all they want, all game long. His commitment to winning the interior battles is second to none.
QB 6-1, 165, Jr.
Keeping up the long tradition of great QB play at Metro, Francis tossed 29 touchdowns over 2,282 yards last season. This could be his best season yet.
WR/S 6-2, 210, Jr.
Had a breakout season in 2020 with 375 yards receiving, finding the endzone three times. At safety Ritchie had 66 tackles but has made 13 career INTs. Three pick-six scores.
T/DE 5-10, 235, Sr.
Brings versatility to the offensive and defensive lines. Has that get-after-it mentality and refuses to slow down during a game.
QB/DB 6-0, 180, Sr.
Lewis is what you want in a tough player who is athletic enough to play quarterback and defensive back. Tremendous work ethic.
FB/TE/LB 6-3, 170, Sr.
A multi-position player, Sage is tough enough to play middle linebacker and athletic enough to run the ball. Brings a lot to the table for the Commandos.
QB/K 6-0, 190, Sr.
Had more than 1,700 yards passing and 17 touchdowns as a junior. Gilbert is one of the best kickers/punters in the country, and will likely kick at the next level. Has offers from Iowa State and Nevada, with many more to come.
LB/FB/TE 6-1, 230, Sr.
Enters his third season in the Wolverines lineup as a proven dual threat. At linebacker has totaled more than 200 tackles the past two seasons. Lackey has multiple DI offers including Iowa State, Air Force, Army, Memphis.
LB/RB 6-2, 205, Sr.
A one-man wrecking crew at linebacker, Peterson led the tackle charts in 2020 with 95 tackles with 10 stops for loss and five sacks in just nine games in addition to creating turnovers.
LB/TE 5-11, 185, Jr.
A two-way starter for the Warriors, Pratt totaled 85 tackles from his linebacker position as well as handled the punting and kicking duties on top of his proven skills at tight end.
MLB 6-0, 190, Sr.
Smith is the old school type of linebacker you want in the middle of your defense. He brings toughness and relentless pursuit of the ball along with his ability to lead a defense and keep everyone in the game mentally.