The unquestioned #1 player in the state. Ward is a dominant athlete at DE, and the OU commitment makes plays all over the field. Recently, Ward announced that he would be moving from Lawton to Douglass (OKC).
Broken Arrow, OKBroken Arrow
Davis is a solid defensive end, who has a chance to get a lot better in the coming months. Already holding offers from Memphis, Arkansas State and Colorado State, Davis is ready to show he is worth the wait, as he leads a talented BA squad into 2012.
Collum has flown under the radar but still has a chance to see his recruitment sky rocket this fall. The 6-foot-3, 290-pound DT can dominate the game at times, and will have to do so throughout the game this fall.
Bledsoe has the chance to make the biggest move on this list, probably. He is a rangy, DE who can cause problems. He should see his recruitment pick up at a higher rate this fall.
Smith is another Tulsa prospect who has flown by without a lot of notice. A big 6-foot-3, 315-pound prospect, Smith has coaches drooling over his size. Expect to see him continue to pick up interest.
Rice is another big, nasty DT who plays the game at a high level. He has a non-stop motor, and that alone, should garner himself more interest than he has thus far.
Midwest City, OKCarl Albert
Walker should remind people of former Carl Albert DE Christian Smith. A long, rangy athlete, he causes problems in the passing and running game, and that will pay dividends come recruitment time, later in the fall.
Tulsa, OKVictory Christian
August is one of two small school athletes on this list. August has seen interest from several schools, and hopes to continue his recruiting climb in the upcoming months.
Tulsa, OKMetro Christian Academy
Webb is the other small school DL on this list. Although he hasn't seen the interest he would have liked, don't count him out. He will be on several coaches radar's before too long.
Locust is a prospect who has really flown by without a bunch of notice so far. He will try to counteract that with a great senior season this fall.