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2011 Prospect Ranking Oklahoma Postseason Top 25 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Josh TurnerDB
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Rushed and caught for over 500 yards each while adding seven sacks and two interceptions on defense.

4 stars6'0"175Texas
#2Dylan DismukeOL
Duncan, OKDuncan

Top offensive line prospect in the state of Oklahoma helped lead Duncan to a playoff berth.

4 stars6'6"292Oklahoma
#3Kendal ThompsonQB
Moore, OKSouthmoore

Injuries limited him to 295 passing yards but threw five touchdowns and no interceptions.

3 stars6'2"180Oklahoma
#4Jamelle NaffOL
Del City, OKDel City

The big lineman brings a lot of worthwhile attributes to the table.

3 stars6'4"311TCU
#5Domonique PettiesATH
Duncan, OKDuncan

Eligibility issues forced him to sit his senior season but could play a number of positions in college.

3 stars6'1"210Arizona
#6Kevonte RichardsonATH
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Has been a great high school QB since his freshman year but could end up as a big safety at the next level.

3 stars6'2"190list
#7Hunter DavisDE
Choctaw, OKChoctaw

Had 59 tackles and three sacks while also playing tight end.

3 stars6'3"246Kansas St.
#8Kentrell BrothersLB
Guthrie, OKGuthrie

Plays both both receiver and defensive end but projects at linebacker.

3 stars6'0"207Missouri
#9Tyrequek ZimmermanWR
Lawton, OKLawton

Has incredible hands, grabbing 12 touchdown passes on offense and five picks on defense.

3 stars6'0"186Oregon St.
#10Austin BeckOL
Nowata, OKNowata

A mammoth offensive line prospect, he helped lead Nowata to the second round of the playoffs.

3 stars6'8"285Arkansas
#11Garrett GladdOL
Sallisaw, OKSallisaw

Gladd is the classic road-grating guard/tackle.

3 stars6'4"280Tulsa
#12Archie BradleyQB
Muskogee, OKBroken Arrow

Though likely headed for pro baseball, was one of the most impressive quarterbacks on the summer camp circuit.

3 stars6'4"210list
#13Daniel DavisDE
Norman, OKNorth

Davis could easily head to the Ivy League but is also a football standout who excels at both tight end and defensive end.

3 stars6'3"235Pennsylvania
#14Jake LoveLB
Tonkawa, OKTonkawa

Small-school star led his in rushing and tackles.

3 stars6'0"195Kansas
#15Chazten GonzalesQB
Del City, OKDel City

Dual-threat passer threw for over 1,700 yards in 2010.

3 stars6'2"185TCU
#16Tyler LockettWR
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

The son of former Kansas State great Kevin Lockett has made his own name at Booker T.

3 stars5'10"160Kansas St.
#17David GliddenWR
Mustang, OKMustang

Caught 65 passes for 1,244 yards and 17 touchdowns while adding six interceptions on defense.

3 stars5'8"158Oklahoma St.
#18Isaac MaseleraDB
Glenpool, OKGlenpool

Safety prospect that helped lead Glenpool to a 6-1 district record.

3 stars6'1"185Oklahoma St.
#19Kameron DoolittleWR
Edmond, OKEdmond Memorial

Doolittle carried the Bulldogs to the state quarterfinals in 2009.

3 stars5'10"190list
#20Brandon SwindallATH
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Tallied an amazing 17 interceptions while returning a national record eight of them for touchdowns.

3 stars6'3"170Utah St.
#21Jabral JohnsonLB
Lawton, OKLawton

Active linebacker totaled 112 tackles and five interceptions.

3 stars6'2"218Oregon St.
#22Davion PiersonDT
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Shed a lot of weight to become a very active interior line prospect.

3 stars6'2"298TCU
#23Trent MartinLB
Jenks, OKJenks

A standout on the camp circuit, he rebounded from an injury to lead Jenks to a national ranking in 2010.

3 stars6'2"220Tulsa
#24Kwame SextonATH
Tulsa, OKHolland Hall School

Ran for 1,251 yards and 16 scores as a junior.

3 stars5'11"170Tulsa
#25Brentom ToddDE
Tulsa, OKUnion

Has a chance to be a very good pass rusher for Tulsa.

3 stars6'3"210Tulsa Oklahoma Postseason Top 25 2011

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