These are the top seven players in the Tulsa Suburban area hub, ranked by VYPE editors regardless of position.
#1 Braylin Presley – RB – Senior – Bixby
If you want an offensive standout that seems to play at a different speed than everyone else, look no further than Braylin Presley at Bixby. A threat to score with every carry.
#2 Luke Hasz – WR/TE – Junion – Bixby
With offers coming in from nearly every big school in the country, Luke Hasz has forced recruiters to take notice thanks to his play on the field and his athleticism for a big guy.
#3 Robert Spears-Jennings – ATH – Senior – Broken Arrow
Look for Spears-Jennings to see action at wide receiver where is ability to stretch the field is unmatched. A big-name recruit, Spears-Jennings will play on Saturday next year.
#4 Jayden Rowe – CB – Senior – Union
Starting at corner for Union is one of the top defensive backs in the state. Rowe has sprinter speed and a size advantage rarely seen at corner. Rowe is poised for a big year with Union.
#5 AJ Brown – DL – Senior – Jenks
Big, physical, relentless and intelligent are a few words used by coaches to describe Brown. His opponents would say Brown is one of the more physical and intelligent DL’s they will face all season.
#6 Ty Pennington – QB – Senior – Sand Springs
Pennington has turned heads entering his senior season. Last season he threw for more than 2,200 yards and rushed for more than 700 yards. Pennington is one of the top QB’s in his class.
#7 Davis Dotson – OT – Senior – Berryhill
Dotson is an athletic offensive tackle for his size. At 6-foot-6, 295-pounds, Dotson has the size and tools that translate to the next level. Expect this to be his best season on record.
Based on fan voting in the Tulsa Suburban area hub, here are the top players at seven positions.
Quarterback: Zac Mason – Sapulpa
An intelligent player, Mason is back to lead the Chieftains after throwing for 1,437 yards and 17 touchdowns a year ago.
Wide Receiver/Tight End: Colton Morton – Sapulpa
Looking to build off of his success last season and make a bigger impact on the field this year.
Running Back: Shawn McLaughlin – Glenpool
Entering his senior season, McLaughlin is ready to run the ball to the end zone for the Warriors.
Offensive Lineman: Dalmekko Ratliff – Glenpool
Ratliff will work hard this season to keep the backfield free of defenders.
Linebacker: Dmitri Apostolides – Berryhill
Playing outside linebacker, Apostolides will be a strong presence on the defensive side of the ball.
Defensive Back: Justin Squire – Sapulpa
Has the ability and talent to be a big time player. He is a very physical player with great speed.
Defensive Lineman: Ky Roller – Bixby
A big and strong kid, Roller could be a matchup problem for some opponents.