The Tulsa commit has been one of the top players in the state for some time. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound guard got his offer in late March and jumped all over it. Boyd also held offers from Arkansas State, UL Monroe, Memphis and Navy. The Vian Wolverine is rated as the #15 guard in the class of 2013.
One of the more athletic tackles in the class, Rodriguez weighs in at a slim 258-pounds. The Oklahoma commitment held offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Texas Tech and Tulsa before giving his word to the Sooners. Rodriguez is back to held Union defend their state championship.
A teammate of the aforementioned Rodriguez, Mejia is also back to help in title defense for the Redskins. The 6-foot-3, 280-pound guard has seen interest from the likes of Arizona, Iowa State, Arkansas, and all three Oklahoma schools. Mejia holds one offer from Memphis.
Midwest City, OKMidwest City
The big-strong guard from Midwest City returns after a knee injury sidelined him from spring workouts. Holding offers from Utah State and Dartmouth, Freeman is also hearing from schools such as Tulsa, Kansas State, TCU, Arkansas, Iowa State, Colorado and North Texas.
|3 stars||6'3"||290||Washington St.|
Edmond, OKEdmond North
The Edmond North product is one of the top centers in the state. Newland has garnered interest from Missouri, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and Tulsa. Newland is listed at 6-foot-2, 285-pounds.
Midwest City, OKCarl Albert
Holland is a player who has a chance to make a big-time move up this list. Already holding offers from Colorado State, Northern Arizona and Ohio, the center is the rock in the trenches for Carl Albert.
Hardaway is one of the bigger guards that you may see. Standing at 6-foot-4, 315-pounds, the Westmoore Jaguar is very strong and quick. Hardaway's list includes Kansas, Kansas State, Rice, Tulsa and SMU.
Edmond, OKDeer Creek
The Tulsa commitment is part of a special Deer Creek bunch that is scattered throughout this 2013 class. Wackerly is the biggest lineman on this list, measuring at 6-foot-6, 360-pounds.
McGriff continues the tradition of the lineman factory in Muskogee. The guard has seen schools come by such as Kansas, Kansas State, Rice, Tulsa and SMU. McGriff is listed at 6-foot-3, 260-pounds.
Yost is one of the more, solid tackles in Oklahoma. Along with teammates D.J. Ward and Maurice Chandler, Yost has attracted schools like Tulsa, Texas Tech, Oregon State, Navy, Memphis and Kansas State.
|2 stars||6'5"||275||Sam Houston St.|