Tulsa Private Football Fan’s Choice and Editor’s Choice

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Last Updated: November 14, 20233 min read

Congratulations to the 2023 Tulsa Public Football Fan’s Choice and Editor’s Choice!!

Fan’s Choice

Matthew Underwood (Holland Hall)

Quarterback – Matthew Underwood (Holland Hall)

Coming into his junior year, Underwood has worked hard in the offseason and is looks to be a leader on the offensive side of the ball.

Preston Dixon (Metro Christian)

Wide Reciever/Tight End – Preston Dixon (Metro Christian)

While Preston may not be the biggest or fastest athlete on the team, he is smart and uses good technique which has allowed him to spend part of his sophomore season and all of his junior season as a starter.

Running Back – Dallas Dyer (Victory Christian)

The Broken Arrow transfer looks to make an immediate impact on the field. He is a strong and fast athlete who will look to shoulder the load after the loss of 2A Offensive District MVP Judah Byrams’ departure.

Offensive Lineman – Conner Rosamond (Summit Christian)

Rosamond will be an anchor on the offensive line for the Eagles, providing protection to those in the backfield.

Defensive Lineman – Braden Schwickerath (Summit Christian)

Bbraden is big, fast, and strong. He has a great eye for the ball and wants to make every tackle.

Linebacker – Austen Dixon (Metro Christian)

At middle linebacker, Dixon will be a force that the opponents will have to deal with and plan for.

Defensive Back – Kaeden Goodman (Metro Christian)

Kaeden is a solid defender in the secondary and makes the opponent work hard for anything they get.

Editor’s Choice

QB Luke Milligan 6-2, 183, Sr. Lincoln Christian Bulldogs

Last season Luke Milligan threw for 3,460 yards completing 205 of 288 passes for 40 touchdowns. Incredible production from Milligan. The expectations are high, but Milligan appears ready for another great season.

RB Corley Wagner 5-11, 209, Sr. Metro Christian Patriots

In the Metro Christian offense, running back Corley Wagner has carved out a niche for himself as the go-to guy that gains tough yards and moves the chains. Wagner should have his best season this year as a senior.

WR Michael Doctor 6-1, 190, Sr. Victory Christian Conquerors

A true standout in the spread offense, Michael Doctor enjoyed a great junior year with 903 yards and seven touchdowns. Doctor has the body type and speed to create matchup problems with most of the DBs he will face this season.

OL Caden Ricke 6-2, 285, Sr. Lincoln Christian Bulldogs

Consistency and dependability are two qualities you like to see in your offensive linemen and Caden Ricke has both. Not to mention solid technique and a great work ethic. Ricke has 41 career starts.

DE Jude Lawson 6-7, 225, Sr. Cascia Hall Commandos

The rangy Jude Lawson will start at one of the defensive end spots for the Blue Swarm defense. He is tough to contain off the edge and his ability to read and react is what makes him a dangerous player to Cascia Hall.

LB Camden Ryan 6-0, 185, Sr. Rejoice Christian Eagles

Rejoice Christian is loaded on both sides of the ball, but leading the defense is linebacker Camden Ryan. Last season Ryan tallied 97 tackles and one interception making him one of the more dynamic linebackers in the area.

Jaxon Grimes (Metro Christian)

DB Jaxon Grimes 6-2, 190, Sr. Metro Christian Patriots

Even though Jaxon Grimes is the starting quarterback for the Patriots, we have Grimes in our defensive secondary. An invaluable player on both sides of the ball, Grimes is a difference maker at free safety.

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