The top back in the state is a mix of strength and speed, inside of his 6-foot-1, 210-pound frame. Graham finished 2011 with 1,492 yards and 18 touchdowns, as his Lawton Mac club fell in the 5A State title game. Graham holds offers from Louisiana Tech and SMU, but should expect some more as we get closer to fall.
|3 stars||6'1"||210||Northern Colorado|
Broken Arrow, OKBroken Arrow
Wrenn is a stellar back, that often doesn't get the credit playing alongside 2014 RB Devin Thomas. After finishing his junior year with 1,139 yards and 19 touchdowns, Wrenn is bound to see more interest from several schools.
Hall is the top fullback in the state, and Tulsa realized it, jumping all over Hall and grabbing his commitment in mid-May. The 6-foot-1, 235-pound fullback is an excellent blocker and is also a very good reciever. Hall is rated as the #4 fullback in the country.
Edmond, OKSanta Fe
Sumpter is another Edmond Santa Fe star that helps make up an impressive group in this 2013 class. Sumpter is another very shifty and slippery runner who can beat you in a number of different ways. He is receiving interest from UL Monroe, Tulsa, Rice and Kansas.
Barr'e was a great compliment to 2012 RB Alex Ross. The do-it-all back is ready to return Jenks to the state title game, something they missed out on in 2011. Barr'e is small, but displays a great deal of power. He is hearing from all three state schools.
Moore is the closest thing the state has had to Ronnell Lewis in the past few years. Not a lot is known about him, but it is known that he can play with the best of them. The Wetumka star is hearing from Tulsa and Kansas, and has an academic offer from Navy. Moore is listed at 6-foot-1, 205-pounds.
Henderson has continued the trend of stellar skill play at Southmoore. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Henderson is small, but can run past most defenders. Henderson is hearing from Tulsa, Missouri and Oklahoma State.
Diessner is somewhat, another unknown. The speedy back from Durant had a great combine in April, showing off an impressive display of strength and speed. Diessner finished 2011 with 1,241 all purpose yards and 18 touchdowns.
|2 stars||5'10"||180||Air Force|
Oklahoma City, OKDouglass
Washington is the rock for a Douglass squad that is once again, looking to contend for a 4A State title. Although he is small in size, Washington possesses the ability to break a bunch of tackles and create big plays. Washington is hearing from Oklahoma State, Tulsa and Missouri.
Stallings is another fullback that makes our top 10. He is a big, physical blocker and can also beat people in the passing game out of the backfield. Stallings is listed at 6-foot-1, 220-pounds and is hearing from schools such as Air Force, Indiana, Utah State and Tulsa.