Mid-Del Area: Football Fans Choice and Editors Choice

Last Updated: August 13, 20232.9 min read

Congratulations to the 2023 Mid-Del Area Football Fans Choice and Editors Choice!!

Fans Choice:

Quarterback – Shyheim Johnson (Putnam City West)

Johnson has outstanding awareness in the backfield and has the ability to make big plays.

Jaxen Wilson – Harrah

Wide Receiver/Tight End – Jaxen Wilson (Harrah)

Last season saw Wilson have 19 catches for 120 yards and one touchdown. He also had 26 carries for 153 yards and three scores.

Running Back – Devon Macaraig (Harrah)

Macaraig had a solid season carrying the ball last season. He had 136 carries for 548 yards and six touchdowns.

Offensive Lineman – Montana Best (Harrah)

Best is an outstanding lineman that does an excellent job of keeping the defense out of the backfield.

Johnn Sheffey – Putnam City

Defensive Lineman – Johnn Sheffey (Putnam City)

One of the hardest-working individuals on the team, Sheffey is the cog that makes the defensive engine go.

Linebacker – Colton Whitnah (Harrah)

Whitnah ended last season with 43 Tackles and enters this season ready to increase those numbers.

Defensive Back – Luke Sellers (Harrah)

Luke is a solid athlete that knows what it takes to be successful. He will be a key player for Harrah’s defense.

Editors Choice

Clayton Creasey – Jones

QB Clayton Creasey 6-1, 180, Sr. Jones Longhorns

Production is no issue for Clayton Creasey of Jones. Last season as a junior he threw for 2,941 yards with 42 touchdowns and added 633 yards rushing. Creasey helped Jones to the Class 2A semifinals, which has only fueled the signal caller for his senior season.

RB Xavier Robinson 6-2, 225, Sr. Carl Albert Titans

The return of Mr. Football Oklahoma means one thing; the rest of the class better get ready for a steady dose of Xavier Robinson. Last season he rushed for 2,600 yards and scored 39 touchdowns and has committed to the University of Oklahoma.

WR Juju Smith 5-9, 160, Jr. Choctaw Yellowjackets

A very productive and dependable receiver, Juju Smith recorded 753 yards receiving with nearly 300 yards on the ground. What makes Smith dangerous is his willingness to make run inside routes and make the tough receptions.

OL Darreyl Thomas 6-4, 285, Sr. Del City Eagles

It’s easy to see why DI coaches love Darreyl Thomas. At 6-foot-4 and 285-pounds, Thomas has the size to play at the next level, but it’s his ability to move people off the ball that the coaches truly love.

Will Smith – Choctaw

DE Will Smith 6-4, 245, Sr. Choctaw Yellowjackets

A true edge rusher with speed most players his size dream of, Will Smith could be the toughest player for opposing offenses to scheme for this season. Smith had 13 sacks last season and is hungry for more.

LB Bryce Graham 6-0, 220, Sr. Christian Heritage Crusaders

One of the top linebackers in the state, Bryce Graham recorded 150 tackles with 34 of those tackles for a loss. Just as impressive, Graham nabbed 14.5 sacks last season and snagged six interceptions. Look for the senior to have a big season for the Crusaders.

DB Trystan Haynes 6-2, 165, Jr. Carl Albert Titans

A two-way starter for the Titans, Trystan Haynes has several DI offers on the table including Alabama, Texas A&M, Baylor and Tulsa to name a few. Haynes combines speed, size, aggressiveness and a high football IQ making him a complete player and a shutdown corner.

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