“IT’S WHAT’S UP FRONT THE COUNTS” Muskogee Area Top 5 Offensive Linemen

Last Updated: August 16, 20232.1 min read

“It’s what’s up front that counts”only begins to define the impact of these Top Five offensive linemen in the Muskogee area who will dominate play on the line of scrimmage to ensure their team with the best chances for victory.

WESLEY HARVEY   (6-8, 285, Sr.)   Muskogee

After receiving multiple D-I offers, this VYPE TOP 100 talented member of what may be the best offensive line in Class 6A-II has committed to TCU for next year but not before giving it his all to return a gold ball to Muskogee football.

CASH SCHILLER   (5-9, 275, Jr.)  Hilldale

Although just a junior, Schiller will be a team leader on a team that is in a reloading mode for 2023. The VYPE TOP 100 selectee graded above 90 percent in all 12 games last year and in addition to anchoring the O-line is also the Hornets place kicker with three field goals over 40 yards last year.

CARSON LUNA (6-2, 250, Jr.)  Eufaula  (pictured above)

A VYPE TOP 100 pick for 2023, Luna will anchor a talented offensive line that will need to carry some of load early on as the Ironheads break in a new quarterback. He’ll also return on the defensive line where he had 55 tackles last year.

RYDER AADAHL  (5-9, 205, Sr.)  Wagoner

A key component of last year’s state championship team, Aadahl will anchor a reloading offensive line for the Bulldogs and his senior leadership will be valuable in bonding that line together for 2023.

BRAYD’N HENRY   (6-2, 255, Sr.)  Muskogee

Entering his third year as a starter in the Roughers’ offensive front, Henry’s strength and football IQ allows the “captain of the trenches” to carry out assignments with force.

Two more players just outside the Top 5 but worthy of recognition include:

RYAN CAPPS  (6-1, 300, Sr.) – Fort Gibson

Capps will anchor a beefy and experienced offensive line that looks to pave the way for coach Ryan Nolan’s uptempo offense.

BRAXTON LAMB  (6-2, 230, Sr.) – Sallisaw

As the Black Diamonds seek to return to a winning formula, Lamb a three year starter on the offensive line will use his experience under the Friday night lights to anchor play up front.

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