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Rivals.com Oklahoma Postseason Top 35 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Gabe LynnDB
Jenks, OKJenks

Lynn's brother is Nebraska linebacker Phillip Dillard.

4 stars6'0"185Oklahoma
#2Ronnell LewisLB
Dewar, OKDewar

National recruit dominated 8-man ball, but moves to 11-man ball this fall.

4 stars6'3"220Oklahoma
#3David OkuRB
Lincoln, NEEast

All-City running back as a sophomore and junior, while receiving honorable mention as a freshman.

4 stars5'10"186Tennessee
#4Jeremy SmithRB
Tulsa, OKUnion

Rushed for 1,748 yards as a junior, earning all-area honors.

4 stars5'10"206Oklahoma St.
#5Brandon WebbOL
Owasso, OKOwasso

Earned all-area, all-league and all-state honors as a junior.

4 stars6'4"320Oklahoma St.
#6Pearlie GravesDT
Tulsa, OKEast Central

Graves earned all-area honors in 2007.

4 stars6'3"260Texas Tech
#7Daytawion LoweDB
Midwest City, OKCarl Albert

Had 116 tackles as a junior.

4 stars6'0"175Oklahoma St.
#8Javon HarrisDB
Lawton, OKMacArthur

"He has as a college-ready body now," his coach says.

4 stars5'11"179Oklahoma
#9Timothy FlandersATH
Midwest City, OKMidwest City

Brother signed with Tulsa in the class of 2008.

3 stars5'9"191Kansas St.
#10Michael DoctorLB
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

A hybrid outside linebacker who could also play defensive back in college.

3 stars6'0"195Oregon St.
#11Gus JonesLB
Wagoner, OKWagoner

"He's going to be 235, 240 pounds by the time they're done with him. Throw that in with his 4.63 time in the 40, and boy, he's going to be a good one," his coach says.

3 stars6'2"211Oklahoma
#12Brian DeShaneOL
Tulsa, OKUnion

Earned all-metro honors in 2007.

3 stars6'3"280Tulsa
#13Alvin BaileyOL
Broken Arrow, OKBroken Arrow

Earned all-metro honors in 2007.

3 stars6'5"330Arkansas
#14Gabe IkardTE
Oklahoma City, OKBishop McGuinness

Helped team win state title in football and basketball as a sophomore.

3 stars6'4"246Oklahoma
#15Tracy MooreTE
Tulsa, OKUnion

Moore missed several games as a junior but dominated the annual showdown with Jenks.

3 stars6'4"230Oklahoma St.
#16Michael BowieOL
Sand Springs, OKCharles Page

Talented lineman with a great frame.

3 stars6'5"300Oklahoma St.
#17David GordonDB
Tulsa, OKEast Central

Gordon, a state champion as a sophomore in both the long jump and 200 meters, was 5A's second-fastest man in the 100 as well.

3 stars5'11"161Arkansas
#18Terrell WilliamsATH
Tulsa, OKUnion

Earned all-metro honors in 2007.

3 stars6'2"210Arkansas
#19Robert ThomasDT
Muskogee, OKMuskogee

Had 31 tackles in 2007.

3 stars6'1"310Arkansas
#20Julian JonesLB
Lawton, OKMacArthur

Coaches call him a freakish athlete who could be one of the biggest steals in the state.

3 stars6'2"253Kansas
#21Tramaine ThompsonRB
Jenks, OKJenks

A key reason why Jenks played for the state championship in 2008.

3 stars5'8"159Kansas St.
#22Anthony FosterWR
Tulsa, OKUnion

Earned all-area honors as a junior and a senior.

3 stars5'8"177Tulsa
#23Gavin HowardOL
Owasso, OKOwasso

Early commitment to Kansas.

3 stars6'5"260Kansas
#24Dax DilbeckQB
Edmond, OKDeer Creek

Dual-threat quarterback really made his mark as a senior.

3 stars6'1"171Oregon St.
#25Shawn JacksonLB
Tulsa, OKMcLain

Jackson is a true inside linebacker.

3 stars5'10"241Tulsa
#26Cody WilsonLB
Tulsa, OKLincoln Christian School

His father, Curtis Wilson, played at the University of Missouri, was drafted by the Patriots, also played with the Lions and then went on to play in NFL Europe.

3 stars6'0"220Tulsa
#27Colton RichardsonLB
Ada, OKAda

Could play safety or outside linebacker in college.

3 stars6'4"225Oklahoma St.
#28Clint ChelfQB
Enid, OKEnid

Blew up as a senior and earned a coveted in-state offer from Oklahoma State.

3 stars6'3"200Oklahoma St.
#29Justin SkillensDB
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

Speed is his game, and was a big reason why his team won a state championship in 2008.

3 stars5'8"172Tulsa
#30Daeshon BuffordDE
Edmond, OKSanta Fe

Committed to Tulsa after its summer camp.

3 stars6'3"222Tulsa
#31Beau BlankenshipRB
Norman, OKNorth

Wants to be a running back, but some schools also like him as a fullback.

3 stars5'8"207Iowa St.
#32Brett DavisATH
Shawnee, OKShawnee

Had more than 900 yards of total offense in 2007.

3 stars6'1"200Tulsa
#33Keenan TaylorOL
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

Athletic offensive lineman who could project at all three line positions.

3 stars6'4"249Kansas St.
#34Steven SumpterDB
Edmond, OKSanta Fe

One of the most consistent players in the state.

3 stars5'11"184list
#35Stetson BurnettOL
Lawton, OKMacArthur

Dominated at the Ultimate 100 Junior Classic.

3 stars6'4"271Tulsa

Rivals.com Oklahoma Postseason Top 35 2009

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