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DE/DT 6-4, 290, Sr.
Oklahoma’s top defensive end, McClellan has offers from Tulsa, Oklahoma State, LSU, Auburn, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Florida, Oregon, Texas A&M, Baylor, and Arkansas to name a few. McClellan has the potential to make an immediate impact at the next level.
CB 6-3, 220, Sr.
Rowe brings track speed to the corner position with a tremendous size advantage over most of his opponents. Rowe has offers from Tulsa, Arkansas, Baylor, Oklahoma, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Kansas, Texas Tech, Kansas State, Kentucky, and Washington State.
Duncan Parham II
OLB/DE 6-4, 225, Sr.
One of the leaders on the Norman North team, you can ignore the star ratings when it comes to him. His motor never stops. Has offers from Tulsa, Army, Columbia, Georgetown, Penn, Dartmouth, Air Force, Eastern Michigan, and Kansas.
OLB 6-3, 205, Sr.
A heavy-hitting defensive back who can help stop the run or cover the deep ball, Clifton’s stock is quickly rising amongst college coaches and is certainly expected to climb as the season kicks off. Current offers include Army, Kansas St, Missouri and Washington St.
WR 5-11, 185, Jr.
The University of Tulsa was the first school in on Adams but expect more as he continues to grow and develop. His route running ability and hands will make him a hot commodity this fall. Can also help on special teams.
WR 6-4, 190, Sr.
Edmond Santa Fe
A human highlight reel, Shettron is a four-year starter for the Wolves and a commit to Oklahoma State University. His big-play capabilities caught the eye of several DI schools, but Shettron decided OSU was the right choice for him, where he will play alongside his brother Tabry.
ATH 6-2, 200, Sr.
Plays a ton of wide receiver for the Tigers. Excellent footwork off the line coupled with game-breaking speed. Spears-Jennings has offers from Tulsa, Michigan State, Colorado, Ole Miss, Kansas State, Kansas, Texas Tech, Arkansas State, Houston, SMU, Memphis, and Boston College.
DL 6-1, 295, Sr.
The type of run stopper every team needs, Brown has shown he can get after the quarterback as well. Big on academics, Brown could end up at an Ivy League school if he so desires. Current offers include Tulsa, Penn, Eastern Michigan, and Dartmouth.
NG 6-4, 336, Jr.
Probably the best nose guard in Oklahoma, Thomas is trouble for most offensive lines. Only a junior, Thomas has a high ceiling and is only getting better. The big man carries a high GPA at Union and has offers from Iowa State and Baylor.
WR/CB 5-11, 175, Sr.
Horn is a two-way player for the Tigers and someone who plays with a chip on his shoulder. His confidence level is always high and making plays is his specialty. Look for Horn to make a big impact this season on both sides of the ball.
TE 6-5, 231, Sr.
The University of Oregon commit is an athletic tight end/H-back and one of the smartest players on the field. Dollar has made big gains in the weight room and is looking to be a dominant force again this year for Mustang.
WR/DB 6-4, 185, Jr.
Johnson picked up interest from several top programs in his sophomore season. Quick with natural instincts, Johnson has offers from OSU, Memphis, Nebraska, TCU, Michigan, Baylor, Texas Tech, Iowa State, and Oklahoma with more to come.
OT/DT 6-5, 270, Sr.
Parks can battle inside and usually wins those hand-to-hand combat situations. A heady player with great feet and power. Parks has offers from Harvard, Army, North Carolina-Charlotte, New Mexico, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Air Force, and Texas State.
TE 6-4, 215, Sr.
Edmond Santa Fe
Another Shettron makes the Top 100. Tabry has tremendous size and is making gains in the weight room. His quickness is deceiving, and his blocking is much improved. Several schools have taken notice but Shettron is committed to OSU with his brother Talyn.
DB 6-0, 205, Sr.
Edmond Santa Fe
White was named the COAC Defensive Back of the Year last season and is looking ready to help his team make some noise in 2021. The senior can play both ways as a safety and running back.
Antonio “Junior” Smith
RB/S 5-11, 185, Sr.
An exciting back to watch, Smith has excellent speed and power as a ball carrier, so much so that North Texas and Eastern Michigan have offered. When he’s not scoring touchdowns, you can find the future barber shop owner lining up his teammates.
Marcus Dockins Jr.
ATH 6-2, 180, Sr.
With interest from Eastern Michigan and ECU, Dockins is poised to have a breakout season for the Lions. Also a basketball player, Dockins brings athleticism and determination to the field. His play can set the tone for Moore this season.
LG 6-2, 285, Jr.
White is the prototypical Jenks guard. Physical, smart and loves to get after it with opposing D-linemen. White is athletic enough to reach that second level and should benefit from the return of David Alexander to the coaching staff.
Michael “MJ” Jamerson
DT 6-2, 290, Sr.
Class 6A has no shortage of dominant defensive tackles and MJ belongs in that category. Jamerson can plug the run or disrupt pass plays by overpowering would-be blockers. Jamerson has a strong work ethic and knows what it takes to win.
WR 6-1, 178, Sr.
Do not overlook Hakelan Carney this season. The wide receiver for the Rams is set to have a big year thanks to his willingness to do whatever it takes to help his team win. Carney picked up an offer from Army and East Central.
QB 6-3, 215, Sr.
Highly intelligent quarterback with a strong arm and pinpoint accuracy. Look for Frakes to have a big season statistically with many weapons around him. Frakes has offers from Houston Baptist, Penn and Yale
ATH 6-0, 180, Jr.
Interest is picking up on this athlete from Jenks. Stanford is a versatile player with the ability to use his athleticism at multiple positions. He is a legit 4.5 40 guy and only getting faster. The Trojans will find ways to use him in multiple ways this season.
QB 6-4, 185, Sr.
Edmond Santa Fe
Led his team to a state runner-up finish last season, Pfieffer is arguably the best returning quarterback in Class 6AI. With a strong arm and excellent field vision, Pfieffer is hungry to take his team back to the title game.
OT 6-4, 295, Sr.
A physical player on the line, Makahununiu is a game-changer at tackle. His physicality and mental toughness makes him one of the top offensive linemen in the state. Can also play inside at guard.