Shelby comes downhill in a hurry. The aggressive playmaker finished a shortened six-game season with 60 tackles and three picks in 2022 – adding almost 1,000 yards and 18 touchdowns in the same amount of time as Webbers Falls’ quarterback.
119. Kelby Bates (5-10, 215, Jr.) – Altus LB
Bates is one of the top returning defensive players in the area and looks to help Altus turn its fortune around after going winless in 2022.
Northington is a talented pass-catcher at tight end and a dynamic defensive presence for the Tigers.
117. Anthony Watson (6-1, 240, Sr.) – Muskogee WR/DE
Watson was a pivotal two-way playmaker during Muskogee’s 10-2 campaign last year. He caught 36 passes for over 540 yards as a junior.
116. Ethan Spiwak (6-4, 155, Jr.) – Carl Albert K
Spiwak had one of the greatest kicking seasons in Oklahoma history last year as he converted a perfect 11-of-11 field goal attempts, knocked through 54 points-after and booted 14 touchbacks for the 5A state champion Titans.
115. Kameron Oliver (5-10, 160, Jr.) – Putnam City North ATH
A dynamic playmaker with utility in several offensive positions, Oliver took 90 carries for 453 yards and four touchdowns; caught 21 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns; and completed 20 passes for 105 yards.
114. Joe Fixico (6-1, 175, Sr.) – Prague WR/LB
Fixico had 31 catches for 637 yards and 12 touchdowns offensively; 61 tackles, three interceptions and three sacks defensively; and returned two kickoffs for touchdowns. Including a fumble recovery and a pick 6, Fixico accounted for a total of 16 touchdowns last year while the Red Devils went 10-2.
113. Cha’uncley Law (6-1, 205, Sr.) – Southeast RB/WR/S
There isn’t much Law doesn’t do for the Spartans. He catches passes from wide out, carries the ball out of the gun, catches screens in the backfield, hawks down receivers from safety and can even roll down to outside backer and make plays.
112. Jaxon Worley (6-3, 195, Sr.) – Kiefer QB
Worley tossed 26 touchdowns on 2,253 yards for the 11-2 Trojans last year.
111. Ashton Pride (5-8, 185, Sr.) – Mangum WR/DB
Pride tallied over 1,600 all-purpose yards and 17 total touchdowns last season and was responsible for 60 tackles, four interceptions and three forced fumbles.
110. Toran Smith (6-3, 255, Sr.) – Deer Creek OL
Smith enters the season as one of the top pass-protectors in Class 6A-II football.
109. Camarion Jones (5-9, 200, Sr.) – Putnam City North RB
Jones carried the football 151 times last fall for 947 yards and reached the end zone 13 times. He should be as productive or more this season in P.C. North’s uptempo spread offense.
108. Blake Stewart (6-5, 205, Sr.) – Plainview RB/LB
Stewart blistered opposing defenses for 1,560 yards and 14 touchdowns last year.
107. Tyrel Cloud (6-4, 180, Sr.) – Wesleyan Christian QB
Cloud completed 131 passes for 2,446 yards and 45 touchdowns as a junior, all at a 60% clip. He ran for 564 yards and six touchdowns.
106. Cooper Mott (6-2, 210, Jr.) – Colcord RB/LB
Mott had exceptional success last year rushing for 1,030 yards and 16 touchdowns while making 128 tackles and catching two interceptions at linebacker.
105. Liam Evans (5-8, 155, Sr.) – Moore K
The Sooners commit is rated a 5-star kicker by Kohl’s. His kickoff leg is consistently good from 70 and he recently knocked through a 63-yard field goal at the Kohl’s All-America camp and finished only one spot out of making one of two roster spots for the Under Armour game.
Thompson is expected to be the Pioneers’ feature back after he missed his junior year to injury. He rushed for over 1,100 yards and 15 touchdowns as a sophomore.
93. Michael Graham Jr. (5-10, 170, Sr.) – Westmoore QB/ATH
At Southeast last year, Graham tossed 25 touchdowns and rushed for another seven, accounting for over 2,400 yards of total offense. He holds offers from Tulsa and Houston.
92. Felix Teal (5-7, 175, Jr.) – Laverne QB/RB
Teal put up unreal numbers during Laverne’s second consecutive state title run last year. He produced over 3,100 all-purpose yards and 47 touchdowns. Teal also boasts a 26-1 record as a varsity football player – not bad.
91. Jax Bernard (6-0, 185, Jr.) – Fairview QB
Bernard led the Yellowjackets to a 15-0 record and a Class A state title throwing for 3,055 yards and 39 touchdowns and nine touchdowns on the ground.