Suburban Football Fan’s Choice and Editor’s Choice

By Categories: Players to Watch, Tulsa
Last Updated: November 14, 20233.1 min read

Fan’s Choice

Quarterback – Connor Payne (Berryhill)

Payne is an outstanding player on the field and person off the field. He will look to be a key player for Berryhill this season.

Wide Reciever/Tight End – Dyson Sanders (Glenpool)

A threat on the outside, Dyson can make the big plays when they are needed.

Jaylen Prestridge – Liberty

Running Back – Jaylen Prestridge (Liberty)

Jaylen led the team in rushing yards, kick return yards, punt return yards, total TDs, and total team yards in 2022. He surpassed 1200 yards of total offense last year and looks to add to those totals in 2023.

Offensive Lineman – Trenton Jordan (Berryhill)

Jordan is tough and strong and works hard to keep the defense out of the backfield.

Defensive Lineman – Isaac Shelton (Sapulpa)

Last season saw Shelton tally 68 tackles and eight sacks. He enters this season ready to increase his production.

Jentry Pendergraft – Kiefer

Linebacker – Jentry Pendergraft (Kiefer)

Jentry is a playmaker and someone that the offense finds hard to block. He is one of the best defensive players on the team.

Defensive Back – Ben Bryant (Sapulpa)

Bryant is an important part of the Sapulpa defense. He is an outstanding athlete and person on and off the field.

Editor’s Choice

QB Shaker Reisig 6-2, 200, Jr. Union Redhawks

The Union quarterback continues to show why he is one of the top QBs in the state. Coached by one of the best QB coaches in the state, Reisig is a proven winner and someone who can lead the Redhawks back to the Class 6AI title game.

RB KD Jones 6-0, 170, So. Jenks Trojans

The DNA in this running back is strong as the Trojans feature another Jones in the run game. KD Jones has the talent to become of the best running backs to come out of the storied program. Only a sophomore, Jones will continue to grow and improve. That fact alone should scare defensive coordinators in 6A.

Derrick Osmond – Broken Arrow

TE Derrick Osmond 6-7, 240, Sr. Broken Arrow Tigers

Looking for a tight end who can play like a wide receiver and block like an offensive lineman, then look for Broken Arrow’s Derrick Osmond. Osmond has the size and tools to be one of the biggest recruits in Oklahoma for the Class of 2024.

OL Brody Duffel 6-5, 260, Sr. Bixby Spartans

An offensive lineman cut from the same cloth as his predecessors at Bixby. Brody Duffel’s stock will continue to climb as the season moves forward. Expect Duffel to post an All-State type season.

DE Isaac Shelton 6-2, 245, Jr. Sapulpa Chieftains

Shelton had a breakout season as a sophomore last year when he tallied 68 tackles and eight sacks off the edge. Shelton continues to grow and improve his game for the Chieftains and head coach Tim Holt Jr.

LB Jett Calmus 6-0, 195, Sr. Jenks Trojans

Bouncing back from an injury that put Calmus on the sideline last season, the hard-hitting Trojan is back and better than ever. Look for Calmus to lead a tough Jenks defense this season and be the tone setter in 2023.

Devon Jordan – Union

DB Devon Jordan 6-0, 165, Sr. Union Redhawks

One of the top DBs in the state, Devon Jordan has all the tools to be a dominant player at this level and the next. His speed and ability to close is like no other. Expect some highlight reel plays from Jordan this season.

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