High school football: OSSAA releases tentative football ADM for 2020-21 seasons
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association has released tentative ADM numbers for football classification in the 2020-21 school year.
Schools have 72 hours to challenge any discrepancies in the released numbers, per OSSAA executive director David Jackson.
These numbers will be presented to the OSSAA board of directors at the Wednesday board meeting. If approved, they will be sent to the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association, where the teams will be put into districts. Those districts will be submitted for approval at the January board meeting.
Some of the biggest changes in the tentative ADM include Midwest City dropping to Class 5A. That could change, though, if U.S. Grant and Capitol Hill, which are both in Class 6A-II, play independent schedules next season. Both schools are expected to play in Class 6A-II as of now.