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CB 6-1, 180, Sr.
A three-sport athlete at Bethany, Malaska shows exceptional speed from his corner spot. He had offers from Tulsa, Kansas, South Dakota State, UTSA, and Abilene Christian before committing to Texas Tech.
QB/LB 6-3, 200, Sr.
An OU baseball commit, Powell has a strong arm and can sling it downfield. Could be a two-way start for Clinton. Probably a firm baseball commit, Powell has the talent to play both.
C/DL 6-3, 270, Sr.
This offseason, Grazier has made gains in the weight room which will certainly help him this season. Also a wrestler, Grazier understand leverage and hand-to-hand combat.
OL/DL 6-2, 275, Sr.
Last season Hitt recorded 22 pancakes in eight games. The big man is also the Class 5A heavyweight state champion in wresting, and knows how to use his leverage to his advantage.
RB/LB 6-0, 195, Sr.
Last season Hoffman rushed for 1,044 yards on 146 carries averaging 7.2 yards per carry and scoring 12 TD’s. On defense he recorded 57 tackles and three INTs in nine games.
OL 6-5, 310, Sr.
Mitchell is a three-year starter at Tecumseh. Last season he recorded 57 pancakes. Coach Ty Bullock said Mitchell is a big, strong athlete and a nasty left tackle.
OL/TE/DL 6-4, 235, Sr.
Very agile for a big man, Winter has 50 tackles from his DE spot. Bristow utilized him as a blocking TE in a flex-bone offense. Winter might move to OT for his senior year.
WR/DB 6-3, 170, Jr.
Had a great year at DB for Ada recording 28 tackles, two INTs and four PBUs while grabbing 11 receptions for 173 yards.
SS 5-10, 160, Sr.
Cleveland’s strong safety grabbed 99 tackles and two interceptions last season. Martinez also recorded three tackles for loss.
TE/LB 6-3, 210, Sr.
Devastating blocker at TE, Odom is a three-year starter for Poteau. He also has 174 career tackles on defense with two interceptions.
QB/OLB 6-2, 176, Jr.
As a sophomore, Brumley recorded 146 tackles showing he has a bloodhound nose for the football. Expect his play at QB to be much improved this season.
With 36 receptions for 721 yards, Townly is the top returning WR for Cleveland. He averaged 80.1 yards per game and scored 10 TDs. He also added two kickoff return TDs.
RB/DB 6-1, 195, Sr.
In nine games, Johnson rushed for 842 yards on 108 carries averaging 7.5 yards per carry with 13 TDs. His defense gets overlooked, but this kid can be an effective player both ways.
QB 6-1, 175, Jr.
In his sophomore campaign, Trimble tossed the ball for 1,382 yards and 14 TDs. Expect those numbers to increase as he gets more comfortable in the pocket.
Last season the versatile Shields accounted for 87 tackles in nine games played. Look for Weatherford to continue to shift him around on offense.
QB 6-3, 170, Sr.
In his first year at QB, Donovan completed 146 of 261 passes for 1,646 yards and 15 touchdowns with only seven picks averaging nearly 200 yards a game in the air.
DL/TB 6-1, 205, Sr.
Watson is that unique combo of strength on the interior of the line coupled with the quickness of a running back. Last year he had 85 tackles, four sacks and 19 QB pressures with one INT.
RB/DB 5-10, 165, Jr.
In 2020, Crawford rushed for 1,124 yards on 145 attempts scoring 10 TDs. He also added five kick returns for 245 yards scoring twice.
WR/CB 5-10, 155, Sr.
Smith was big for the Lions catching 28 passes for 570 yards and six TDs. On defense he recorded 29 tackles and snagged six INTs.
RB/DB 5-7, 155, Sr.
For his career at Poteau, Mattox has rushed for over 1,900 yards scoring 22 TDs. Defensively Mattox has 57 tackles and two interceptions.
C/NG 6-2, 240, Sr.
One of the offensive linemen to watch this season, Johnston is developing into one of the top trench dogs of the class.
OLB/TE/RB 6-2, 215, Sr.
The OLB/DE grabbed 79 tackles and 16 sacks last season making him one of the more productive backers in the class. He also scored eight touchdowns on offense.