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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Steven ParkerDB
Jenks, OKJenks

Parker is the player we were most comfortable with from beginning to end and with one exception led this chase from beginning to end. One competing offensive coordinator sees a big NFL future for Parker.

Last Ranking: 1

Highest Ranking: 1 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 2 (3/5/2013)

Debut Ranking: 1 (12/5/2012)

#2Justice HansenQB
Edmond, OKSanta Fe

Almost undoubtedly the most productive player on this list, Hansen's numbers were stellar his first two years in Edmond before losing most of his senior year to injury. In 2012 he managed a 4:1 TD:INT ratio and was over 3,000 yards in spite of playing in an offense that was highly dependent. As a display of his athletic ability Hansen had another 14 touchdowns on the ground. Unfortunately Hansen never got a chance to build on his historically good first two years of the season as injuries took away more than half of his senior year, though he played he was his dominant self.

Last Ranking: 2

Highest Ranking: 2 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 4 (3/5/2013)

Debut Ranking: 3 (12/5/2012)

#3Gyasi AkemLB
Broken Arrow, OKBroken Arrow

Akem is another player that the talent isn't always easy to see but when he 'flashes' he does things few linebackers in the country can match-up with. There are plenty of years he'd be among the top 2-3 players in the state...well, I finally got tired of typing that sentence and instead went ahead and went with it. Akem was given a bit more ability to freelance and it played perfectly to his strengths this year. Guy is a dynamic athlete and plays incredibly fast. He has a chance to be the best linebacker in Stillwater in quite some time.

Last Ranking: 3

Highest Ranking: 3 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 7 (12/5/2012)

Debut Ranking: 7 (12/5/2012)

6'1"210Oklahoma St.
#4Deondre ClarkDE
Oklahoma City, OKDouglass

Clark is arguably the most physically gifted player in the state. His blend of frame, quality explosion, and big numbers as a junior year makes it easy to see why he has racked up so many offers. I'd like to see Clark get stronger in the off-season and continue to be more physically impressive. Clark was solid at multiple Rivals camps, including the 5-Star Challenge at Soldier Field but there are a few concerns size is going to be an issue but it was incredibly interesting watching him work at the Semper-Fi All-American game where his quickness and agility was more than most any tackle could cope with.

Last Ranking: 6

Highest Ranking: 2 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 6 (11/13/2013)

Debut Ranking: 2 (12/5/2012)

#5Jeffery MeadWR
Tulsa, OKUnion

This was a guy that the SoonerScoop staff saw in the spring of 2012 and saw upside but thought his lean frame and generally raw talent would take a while to develop. Well 'a while' was about 5 months as Mead made some absolutely staggering plays during another big season for the state powerhouse Redskins. His blend of size and speed is a rare thing but he'll have to get more physical and as such learn to deal with the physical defensive backs he'll deal with in the college game. Mead has just continued to grow as a senior and his big play ability has shown itself against all comers.

Last Ranking: 4

Highest Ranking: 4 (11/13/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 5 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 5 (3/5/2013)

#6David CornwellQB
Norman, OKNorth

Blessed with incredible arm talent Cornwell is also a capable guy with his feet whether it's simply buying time for his receivers or taking off into the open field. Cornwell's physical talent may exceed anyone on this list but his year at Norman North didn't come together like so many hoped it might. He has fallen a few spots due to some questionable decisions in the games in which he did play.

Last Ranking: 5

Highest Ranking: 1 (3/5/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 6 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 4 (12/5/2012)

#7Michael WarrenRB
Lawton, OKLawton

Warren was something of a surprise in 2012 for the Wolverines. After numerous injuries he took over the starting job, somewhat by default and immediately began making an impression. A physical back, Warren has already picked up some attention and though many thought he might end up on defense he has broken the Wolverines' season record for total yardage.

Last Ranking: 12

Highest Ranking: 7 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 39 (7/17/2013)

Debut Ranking: 39 (7/17/2013)

6'1"185Iowa St.
#8Coleman KeyQB
Broken Arrow, OKBroken Arrow

Key's first year at Broken Arrow may not have gone exactly as many, including the Scoop staff, had anticipated but as a senior he showed flashes of the arm talent that so many had seen at camps in his early years. Key made some truly impressive throws as a senior and when he's on he may throw as pretty a deep ball as anyone in the Big 12 region.

Last Ranking: 7

Highest Ranking: 7 (11/13/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 14 (12/5/2012)

Debut Ranking: 14 (12/5/2012)

6'5"224Colorado St.
#9Jonathan WillisLB
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

This time last year, Willis was thought of as a lanky defensive end with great speed. Some were concerned he would ever carry the weight he'd need to stay at the position in college. So what does Willis do? Show up at Oklahoma's camp, work at linebacker (a position he had not played since middle school) and look like a budding star. For the Hornets he is still playing defensive end but the Oregon State commitment is drumming up plenty of interest and could be a guy five years from now that people are shocked was able to sneak out of Oklahoma.

Last Ranking: 8

Highest Ranking: 8 (11/13/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 26 (7/17/2013)

Debut Ranking: 26 (7/17/2013)

6'1"210Oregon St.
#10Carson MeierTE
Tulsa, OKUnion

Meier is a highly interesting player. Some who face him think he is the next great tight end to come out of the state while others have noted playing against him without really noticing an impact. It's tough to know which to believe but watching his film he is a big guy who catches the ball well, can run, and is a better blocker than most receiving tight ends.

Last Ranking: 14

Highest Ranking: 10 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 14 (11/13/2013)

Debut Ranking: 10 (7/17/2013)

#11Jordan BrailfordDE
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

Brailford is a prospect who has real ability and it's nearly impossible to argue with the Hornets ability to produce defensive linemen - could Brailford be the next one to go a bit overlooked? And it's just impossible to ignore the value, and need, of elite pass rushers. Brailford is one of a dynamic duo of edge defenders for the Hornets, and it seems Oklahoma State may have gotten a steal here.

Last Ranking: 11

Highest Ranking: 9 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 15 (12/5/2012)

Debut Ranking: 15 (12/5/2012)

6'3"225Oklahoma St.
#12Tramal IvyDE
Muskogee, OKMuskogee

I'll still guarantee that this is the highest he'll be ranked anywhere. Every year I find a few in-state guys that I'm higher on than the rest of the world, see Michael Onuoha and Jordan Evans as recent examples. And as he is now, I kind of understand why there might be some questions. He is light and lean and very raw but anyone who has watched his highlight reel should be able to see that Ivy oozes athleticism and his big frame will carry plenty of weight in the future. Ivy's grades continue to be a concern but if he can get things in order he'll be a big-time prospect from the JUCO ranks in the near future.

Last Ranking: 7

Highest Ranking: 6 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 8 (3/5/2013)

Debut Ranking: 6 (12/5/2012)

#13Devon ThomasRB
Broken Arrow, OKBroken Arrow

Thomas, along with Hansen, was one of our co-sophomores of the year in February of 2012, is an amazing talent that seemed a near lock for the top spot late in his sophomore year. However, after a summer in which Thomas failed to join many of his teammates at various camps he found his way into some off field trouble and missed the first three games of the season. Unfortunately, due somewhat to reasons beyond his control, Thomas never really regained the form that saw him set numerous Broken Arrow records as a sophomore. As a senior Thomas showed flashes of the guy we all raved about as a sophomore but still was never consistently dominant. If Thomas wants to be great, it may still be there for him, but there are plenty of question marks at this point.

Last Ranking: 10

Highest Ranking: 5 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 13 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 5 (12/5/2012)

5'11"210Oklahoma St.
#14Dylan HardingDB
Jenks, OKJenks

The more coaches that get through South Tulsa the more take notice of No. 4 making all those plays. As one coach mentioned 'you can't find a big play in the (2012) state championship game where he wasn't involved, he was everywhere'. Harding is a unique talent who could grow into a linebacker or an in the box safety, either way his best football is almost certainly ahead of him.

Last Ranking: 15

Highest Ranking: 13 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 17 (3/5/2013)

Debut Ranking: 17 (3/5/2013)

6'2"190Oklahoma St.
#15Cameron BatsonWR
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

It's been a few years since the Falcons had a member on this list but with Batson's ability in the open field it's not hard to see why that run has ended. Due to his size some may wonder where he'll play in college but Batson's blessing is that the answer may simply become 'just get the ball in his hands'.

Last Ranking: 19

Highest Ranking: 15 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 19 (11/13/2013)

Debut Ranking: 17 (12/5/2012)

5'8"164Texas Tech
#16Lawrence EvittRB
Wagoner, OKWagoner

Evitt is one of the more explosive players to come out of Oklahoma in the last decade. Though small in size with the progression of offenses and their ability to run out of the spread more and more smaller backs are having little trouble being recruited.

Last Ranking: 13

Highest Ranking: 8 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 30 (7/17/2013)

Debut Ranking: 8 (12/5/2012)

#17Mildren MontgomeryOL
Oklahoma City, OKDouglass

Montgomery is an interesting player, his athleticism and length could make for a future quality left tackle for Tulsa. Montgomery will need at least a year, and possibly two, to put on the needed weight but has already added considerable size to his frame over the last year and a college training table can help him all the more.

Last Ranking: 17

Highest Ranking: 14 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 17 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 14 (7/17/2013)

#18Michael FarmerATH
Edmond, OKSanta Fe

Farmer is incredibly physical and more powerfully built than many of his counterparts in the 2014 class but the question still exists, where does he play in college? It's hard to know just how he'll fit and an injury hasn't helped him as a senior but Farmer still have physical tools that few can match.

Last Ranking: 16

Highest Ranking: 11 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 18 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 11 (12/5/2012)

#19Tyler BowlingOL
Yukon, OKYukon

Bowling has a good frame and the potential to develop with his lateral movement as he continues to grow into Yukon's pass-heavy offense. It doesn't hurt that he faces a quality pass rusher each and every day in practice. Bowling was solid at Oklahoma's camp and when saw him live but he may be a guard at the college level.

Last Ranking: 18

Highest Ranking: 15 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 18 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 16 (3/5/2013)

#20Jeremy SmithDE
Tulsa, OKBerryhill

Coming from Berryhill (the first Chief to ever make this list) few had a chance to see him before he showed up at Oklahoma's summer camp in June. Smith was thought of something of a big and lumbering player who could end up at defensive end. However, watching him up close he is a smooth and easy tight end who is a receiver first. Keep an eye on Smith as he has a chance to be a big mover once we see more senior film.

Last Ranking: 20

Highest Ranking: 16 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 20 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 18 (12/5/2012)

#21Payton PrinceTE
Norman, OKNorth

Prince was seen three times in 2012 by the Scoop staff and on one occasion was truly dominant but with that exception didn't make as many plays as you'd expect for a guy with his natural gifts. Prince can sometimes be victim of mental lapses but when focused he definitely has the feel of a guy who is going to get a lot of attention due to his frame, natural receiving ability and solid athletic ability. Since that somewhat inconsistent junior season Prince has put together one strong showing after another, he has a chance to be a real surprise in the college game.

Last Ranking: 21

Highest Ranking: 21 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 27 (3/15/2013)

Debut Ranking: 24 (12/5/2012)

#22Ivan ThomasDT
Lawton, OKLawton

Thomas was a bit of an uncertainty coming into the spring. Following a sophomore year that had many talking about him as one of the 2014 class's top prospects he did little in the 2012 season after a few injuries knocked him off his game. He put in the work over the winter and it's shown in a strong senior year. He is a bit undersized but is a more than capable player. Like a few others on the list if grades were less of a concern more movement could happen.

Last Ranking: 22

Highest Ranking: 17 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 22 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 17 (7/17/2013)

#23Tristan HillOL
Mustang, OKMustang

Hill is the stereotypical late bloomer who showed signs of positive growth as a junior before really turning into a prospect as a senior. He'll need to work on his feet and overall athleticism but he has plenty of natural gifts and is a strong finisher of blocks.

Last Ranking: N/A

Highest Ranking: 23 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 23 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 32 (2/4/2014)

6'6"290Georgia Southern
#24Michael MoanaDE
Lawton, OKEisenhower

Like so many players in this class Moana is a player who could end up in several different positions. He could play as a three-technique defensive tackle, offensive guard, or even offensive center, and perhaps somewhere else. Moana is a highly active defensive tackle and an extremely athletic interior offensive lineman.

Last Ranking: 24

Highest Ranking: 19 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 24 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 19 (3/5/2013)

#25Papi WhiteRB
Seminole, OKSeminole

White had been well known coming into his senior year but his hard work in the offseason helped him pick up some attention before eventually committing to Southern Miss and then a last second switch to Ohio.

Last Ranking: N/A

Highest Ranking: 25 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 25 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 25 (2/4/2014)

#26Jordan MitchellDB
Owasso, OKOwasso

Mitchell is a long and lean athlete who could factor in at several positions for the Hurricane.

Last Ranking: N/A

Highest Ranking: 26 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 26 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 26 (2/4/2014)

#27Jalen AdamsWR
Moore, OKSouthmoore

Adams is an intriguing athlete that has the ability to stretch the field with his speed but isn't shy about going across the middle and making a play. Though a bit of a long strider Adams is able to be fairly shifty in the open field. As his frame fills out he'll become much better in dealing with press coverage. He ran past one defender after another at Oklahoma's camp and will be a player that puts up huge numbers in the right setting.

Last Ranking: 25

Highest Ranking: 12 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 27 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 12 (12/5/2012)

5'10"161North Texas
#28Chandler MillerOL
Bixby, OKBixby

If Miller were just a few inches taller he might be driving coaches mad as an offensive tackle however as a guard he'll simply need some time to continue to fill his frame out. Miller isn't a road grader type of offensive guard but instead gets by on athleticism but don't misunderstand his style of play for Miller being soft - he is more than capable of finishing blocks.

Last Ranking: 26

Highest Ranking: 16 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 28 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 16 (12/5/2012)

#29Cameron OliverTE
Owasso, OKOwasso

Oliver is an impressive tight end who can do a bit of everything for the Rams. Oliver is a promising tight end who can help an offense in each facet of the game.

Last Ranking: 27

Highest Ranking: 25 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 29 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 25 (7/17/2013)

#30Keaton BaggsOL
Broken Arrow, OKBroken Arrow

This is a player that isn't well known as of yet but he has a nice frame and his basketball background shows in his footwork.

Last Ranking: 28

Highest Ranking: 28 (11/13/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 30 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 28 (11/13/2013)

6'5"270LA Monroe
#31Ashton AntwineDB
Edmond, OKEdmond Memorial

Antwine is a player that many around Edmond think could be Oklahoma City's most under appreciated talent. A big defensive back who is capable of making plays in the air Antwine could pick up some late offers.

Last Ranking: 33

Highest Ranking: 31 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 33 (11/13/2013)

Debut Ranking: 33 (11/13/2013)

#32Gary McKnightWR
Lawton, OKMacArthur

Depending on who you are talking to McKnight could be a future standout or just another guy. The talented receiver makes plays that few in the state can match at times and then can also fade out at others. The verdict is out on him but perhaps a big playoff run could see more offers go his way.

Last Ranking: 31

Highest Ranking: 28 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 32 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 28 (7/17/2013)

#33Nigel CarterATH
Tulsa, OKMcLain

More than one coach who has faced Carter says he is a game-changer and can't remain a secret too much longer. After seeing him at some camps the lanky receiver has some work to do but has the soft hands to grab not only touchdowns but attention.

Last Ranking: 41

Highest Ranking: 10 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 41 (11/13/2013)

Debut Ranking: 10 (12/5/2012)

#34Kai CallinsATH
Guthrie, OKGuthrie

The talented athlete can do a bit of everything but his status was hurt a bit by a knee injury suffered early in his junior season. If he can bounce back and get back to his old ways he'll get plenty of attention. He has said he wants to be a running back and there can be little doubt that it hurt some of possible attention.

Last Ranking: 30

Highest Ranking: 13 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 34 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 13 (12/5/2012)

#35Alfonzo McMillianDB
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

At times on tape he flashes the ability of a big play cornerback/free safety and then at other times looks more pedestrian. It's just a matter of finding what is the true McMillian, if it's the former, he may be ready for a big jump up on this list - we'll know more after more film is watched following the season.

Last Ranking: 29

Highest Ranking: 21 (3/5/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 35 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 21 (3/5/2013)

5'11"184Sam Houston St.
#36John Cole NephWR
Owasso, OKOwasso

The question for Neph is a simple, and frequent one in today's world of football, is Neph going to grow into a flex tight end? Is he one already? Can he be a big enough threat outside to stay at receiver? A lot of questions exist but it's hard to doubt his production.

Last Ranking: 32

Highest Ranking: 29 (7/17/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 36 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 29 (7/17/2013)

#37Mike'Quan DeaneTE
Tulsa, OKMemorial

Deane is an interesting guy who could end up as a defensive end, a tight end, or even perhaps a jumbo receiver. Deane isn't quite the prototype size at defensive end but thanks to a great size:speed ratio and ability to make plays down field he can become a difference maker.

Last Ranking: 37

Highest Ranking: 9 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 37 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 9 (12/5/2012)

#38Myles TeaseWR
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

Tease is a big play receiver with elite speed that sticks out in practice, even with a team who possesses it in bulk like Booker T.'s. Tease could also play corner and at his size it could be his brightest future.

Last Ranking: 35

Highest Ranking: 35 (Current)

Lowest Ranking: 40 (7/17/2013)

Debut Ranking: 40 (7/17/2013)

#39Jacob LewisATH
Oklahoma City, OKBishop McGuinness

Lewis is a highly productive athlete who led McGuinness to a near historic season in their quest for a 5A state title as a junior. The question is just where Lewis could/will play in the college game. There are some who think he could play as a strong safety or outside linebacker in the college game but others think it's too soon to give up on his possibility as a quarterback in the mold of Collin Klein though that takes away from the impressive arm talent he showed at the Rivals Camp Series this spring.

Last Ranking: 38

Highest Ranking: 22 (12/5/2012)

Lowest Ranking: 39 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 22 (12/5/2012)

#40Trey JohnsonWR
Hugo, OKHugo

Johnson is a big athlete who could play a number of roles at the college level. Little is known about him but the last time a Hugo Buffalo went unnoticed it was Derrick Locke who ended up having a quality career at Kentucky.

Last Ranking: 36

Highest Ranking: 36 (11/13/2013)

Lowest Ranking: 40 (Current)

Debut Ranking: 36 (11/13/2013)

#41D'Angelo BrewerRBTulsa, OKTulsa Central5'9"180Tulsa

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