Oklahoma high school football: The Oklahoman's preseason 2021 Super 30 rankings
No. 1: Kendal Daniels, DB, Beggs, 6-4, 198: The long and athletic Texas A&M commit is one of the nation’s top defensive back prospects.
No. 2: Ethan Downs, DL, Weatherford, 6-4, 240: With a great frame and excellent strength, the longtime OU commit will affect the game in every phase for Weatherford.
No. 3: AJ Green, RB, Tulsa Union, 5-11, 195: An Arkansas commit, Green’s versatility and speed make him an elite prospect.
No. 4: Collin Oliver, LB, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-2, 220: An Oklahoma State commit, Oliver uses his physicality to excel on defense.
No. 5: Ty Williams, DB, Muskogee, 6-1, 190: The Oklahoma State commit remains one of the most sought-after stars, as multiple teams continue gauging his interest.
No. 6: Javion Hunt, RB, Carl Albert, 6-0, 200: The Arkansas commit is the complete package, leading Carl Albert both on and off the field.
No. 7: Bryce Stephens, WR/DB, John Marshall, 6-2, 170: An Arkansas commit, Stephens is arguably the fastest player in the state and one of the most talented receivers.
No. 8: Keuan Parker, DB, Tulsa Washington, 5-11, 178: His excellent cover skills and speed made him a top defensive back, but his commitment to Arkansas started a possible pipeline.
No. 9: Jordan Mukes, DB, Choctaw, 6-4, 190: An Oklahoma commit, Mukes uses his length and athleticism to disrupt opposing wide receivers.
No. 10: Jaden Bray, WR, Norman, 6-3, 195: The Oklahoma State commit had a breakout junior season in which he caught 11 touchdowns and averaged 23.4 yards per reception.
No. 11: Aden Kelley, OL/DL, Thomas, 6-3, 295: One of the few western Oklahoma stars, Kelley, an Oklahoma State commit, has a rare combination of size, strength and quickness.
No. 12: Solomon Wright, DL, Vian, 6-1, 275: An Arkansas commit, Wright is the main focus for any opposing offensive line. He is the son of former Oklahoma State star and NFL linebacker Kenyatta Wright.
No. 13: Chase Jackson, WR, Choctaw, 6-2, 170: A TCU commit, Jackson is a player who regularly makes big plays.
No. 14: Rejhan Tatum, LB, Del City, 6-2, 225: The younger brother of former Putnam City star Ron Tatum III, Rejhan is building his own path and is considering Baylor, Boise State and Oklahoma State.
No. 15: Donovan Stephens, LB, Del City, 6-1, 210: The Oklahoma State commit has the size and athleticism colleges look for.
No. 16: Makale Smith, DB, Midwest City, 6-1, 165: An Oklahoma State commit, Smith is a disruptive force for opposing wide receivers.
No. 17: Tevin Williams, DB, Stillwater, 6-1, 180: A Baylor commit, Williams' great agility and vision help him lock down opposing receivers.
No. 18: Logan Nobles, OL, Jenks, 6-6, 286: An Oklahoma State commit, Nobles’ recruitment took off after becoming a starter last season.
No. 19: Melvin Swindle, OL/DL, Heritage Hall, 6-3, 303: Swindle’s size and physicality in the trenches have garnered him offers from Oklahoma State, Memphis, Iowa State, Texas Tech and others.
No. 20: Owen Ostroski, DL/LB, Tulsa Holland Hall, 6-2, 245: The son of former NFL offensive lineman Jerry Ostroski, Owen holds offers from Army, Dartmouth, Hawaii, New Mexico and Princeton, among others.
No. 21: Lance Petermann, OL, Stillwater, 6-5, 275: An Air Force commit, Petermann uses his size and strength to his advantage to be a key protector on the offensive line.
No. 22: Emaud Triplett, LB, Owasso, 5-10 1/2, 210: The Army commit helped Owasso last season win its second Class 6A-I state title in three years while leading the classification in tackles.
No. 23: James Burnett, LB, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-2, 200: Burnett holds offers from Abilene Christian and Texas Tech and is primed for a breakout season.
No. 24: Bryce Drummond, QB, Pawhuska, 6-3, 215: The son of the Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond, Bryce is committed to North Texas and has helped build Pawhuska into a contender.
No. 25: Isaac Smith, DL, Wagoner, 6-6, 235: The Tulsa commit had a stellar junior season for Wagoner after transferring from Coweta.
No. 26: Darryan Moss, LB, Broken Arrow, 6-2, 225: Moss is the catalyst of Broken Arrow’s defense and holds offers from Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, New Mexico and Texas State.
No. 27: Robert Mbroh, LB, Heritage Hall, 6-3, 210: He excels on the field and in the classroom and holds offers from a number of Ivy league schools, such as Harvard and Columbia.
No. 28: Sherrod Davis, WR/DB, Del City, 6-3, 215: He led Del City in receiving yards and touchdowns last year and expects to have a big senior season.
No. 29: Cameron Little, K/P, Southmoore, 6-2, 170: Arguably the top kicking prospect in the nation, Little committed to Arkansas over offers from numerous Power-5 programs.
No. 30: Angelo Rankin Jr., WR/DB, Edmond Santa Fe, 5-10, 175: The quick and elusive Rankin can impact games on both sides of the ball.
James D. Jackson, Cameron Jourdan and Nick Sardis, Staff writers
Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internship with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in a... Read more ›
Nick Sardis joined The Oklahoman in 2017, and he covers high school sports. Born and raised in Norman, he played baseball at Norman North High School and is a student at the University of Oklahoma. Read more ›
James D. Jackson joined The Oklahoman in January 2020 to cover high school sports. He a University of Central Oklahoma graduate. During his time at UCO, James served as a sports reporter and Editor-in-Chief of the student newspaper, The Vista.... Read more ›