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2007 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Oklahoma top 30 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Austin BoxLB
Enid, OKEnid

Some believe he's the best in-state prospect at LB in 20 years.

4 stars6'3"215Oklahoma
#2Matt RomineOL
Tulsa, OKUnion

The state's best blocker since former five-star Wes Sims.

4 stars6'6"285Notre Dame
#3Gerald JonesATH
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Easily the state's least well known prospect and arguably it's most naturally gifted.

4 stars6'0"185Tennessee
#4Ryan BroylesDB
Norman, OKNorman

Broyles is talented enough to potentially be heavily recruited in basketball.

4 stars6'0"170Oklahoma
#5Tramain SwindallWR
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

He may lack top end speed but Swindall is probably the state's most polished receiver.

3 stars6'2"163Texas Tech
#6De'von BaileyATH
Lawton, OKEisenhower

Bailey could star at either receiver or safety in college.

3 stars6'2"200SMU
#7Jared GloverDE
Bixby, OK

His frame and potential remind some of Dan Cody.

3 stars6'5"220Oklahoma St.
#8Jontae BumpusDE
Muskogee, OK

Bumpus still has much to learn as a pass rusher, but has plenty of athleticism.

3 stars6'4"225Oklahoma
#9Michael HarrisRB
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

One of the best RBs since Felix Jones.

3 stars5'9"190Arkansas
#10Josh CooperWR
Mustang, OK

Will be a star at Oklahoma State because he can be used on special teams.

3 stars5'11"166Oklahoma St.
#11Quinton PrinceDT
Oklahoma City, OKHeritage Hall

Wasn't well known until he blew up his opposition at the Texas A&M NIKE camp.

3 stars6'3"298Oklahoma St.
#12Tanner ShuckLB
Jenks, OKJenks

Don't let his height fool you - Shuck is a player.

3 stars5'11"225Rice
#13Jimmy StevensK
Oklahoma City, OKHeritage Hall

One of the nation's elite kickers.

3 stars5'6"170Oklahoma
#14Kody CookeOL
Enid, OK

Cooke was seen as coaches evaluted Box, and most fell in love with his long arms and good feet.

3 stars6'4"285Oklahoma
#15Anthony DavisDB
Tulsa, OKEast Central

Tulsa star was one of the best in the state.

3 stars5'11"184Kansas
#16Jason FitchDE
Oklahoma City, OKStar Spencer

TCU knows sleepers and Fitch used to be a sleeper.

3 stars6'4"243TCU
#17Colby WhitlockDT
Noble, OK

Texas Tech sneaks a solid defender out of state.

3 stars6'3"290Texas Tech
#18Chris StutzriemQB
Lawton, OKEisenhower

Undoubtedly the strongest arm in-state this year.

3 stars6'3"220Wyoming
#19Rell LewisATH
Muskogee, OK

It took some time to impress critics after a knee injury as a sophomore, but he's starting to rise up recruiters wish lists.

3 stars5'10"180Kansas
#20Deon MillerWR
Lawton, OK

Size combined with strength makes him a good blocker as well as receiver.

2 stars6'5"200list
#21Stephen HogeK
Oklahoma City, OKPutnam City North

One of the best kickers in the nation.

2 stars6'4"200Kansas
#22Tim DialLB
Jenks, OKJenks

A sculpted athlete who many expect to finally step to the forefront for Jenks this season.

2 stars6'3"210Arkansas
#23Tyler ParishOL
Ardmore, OK

Rice gets a real steal with Parrish.

2 stars6'4"281Rice
#24Bryan WebbTE
Tecumseh, OKTecumseh

Committed early to Mizzou.

2 stars6'4"254Missouri
#26Danny KnightenATH
Tulsa, OKHale

If the talented two-way prospect gets his grades in order, he'll have double digit offers shortly afterwards.

2 stars6'2"195list
#27Jacob TiggesTE
Tulsa, OKUnion

Colorado State lands another Oklahoma standout.

2 stars6'2"253Colorado St.
#29Aaron RingleOL
Sand Springs, OKCharles Page

Tulsa gets a good local player.

2 stars6'3"237Tulsa
#30Dontae NewtonTE
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Newton could feature as an H-back in the right offensive system.

2 stars6'2"206list

Rivals.com Oklahoma top 30 2007

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