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Oklahoma high school football: The Oklahoman's signing day 2021 Super 30 rankings

Washington's Chase Allison is brought down by Beggs' Kendal Daniels during a Class 2A semifinal on Dec. 11. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]
Washington's Chase Allison is brought down by Beggs' Kendal Daniels during a Class 2A semifinal on Dec. 11. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]

No. 1: Kendal Daniels, DB, Beggs, 6-4, 198: Daniels, who signed with Texas A&M on Wednesday, helped guide Beggs to the Class 2A semifinals. He’s considered one of the top defensive backs in the country.

No. 2: Ethan Downs, DL, Weatherford, 6-4, 240: A versatile player in high school who played on both sides of the ball, Downs signed with OU on Wednesday.

No. 3: Collin Oliver, LB, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-2, 220: He signed with OSU on Wednesday and has all the tools college coaches look for in a linebacker.

No. 4: Jordan Mukes, DB, Choctaw, 6-4, 190: Mukes signed with OU on Wednesday after helping guide Choctaw to the state championship game for the first time in 60 years.

No. 5: Ty Williams, DB, Muskogee, 6-1, 190: He missed all but one game this season with a hamstring injury. A multi-sport athlete, Williams signed with OSU on Wednesday.

No. 6: AJ Green, RB, Tulsa Union, 5-11, 195: A versatile weapon out of the backfield, the Arkansas signee has an excellent combination of speed and strength.

No. 7: Aden Kelley, DL, Thomas, 6-3, 295: Kelley signed with OSU on Wednesday. The Army All-American’s season isn’t done yet, though, as he is playing Saturday in the Class A state title game.

No. 8: Keuan Parker, DB, Tulsa Booker T. Washington, 5-11, 178: Parker proved this season he is one of the state’s top defensive backs. He signed with Arkansas on Wednesday.

No. 9: Jaden Bray, WR, Norman, 6-3, 195: He didn’t play high school football until his junior year. Bray quickly became a star and will play at OSU.

No. 10: Bryce Stephens, WR, John Marshall, 6-2, 170: John Marshall had an up-and-down season in Class 4A, but Stephens, who signed with Arkansas, consistently gave opponents headaches.

No. 11: Javion Hunt, RB, Carl Albert, 6-0, 200: He helped Carl Albert win its fifth consecutive Class 5A state title. Hunt will continue his career at Arkansas.

No. 12: Solomon Wright, DL, Vian, 6-1, 275: He flipped his commitment from Texas Tech to Arkansas during the summer and signed with the Razorbacks on Wednesday.

No. 13: Chase Jackson, WR, Choctaw, 6-2, 170: An injury derailed Jackson’s season after his first catch, but nevertheless, he signed with TCU in what could be a steal.

No. 14: Makale Smith, DB, Midwest City, 6-1, 165: He played a vital role in helping the Bombers earn an 8-3 record and a Class 6A-II semifinal appearance. He will continue his career at OSU.

No. 15: Tevin Williams, DB, Stillwater, 6-1, 180: He played an important role in Stillwater’s recent success and signed with Baylor on Wednesday.

No. 16: Donovan Stephens, LB, Del City, 6-1, 210: Although Del City didn’t have a season many expected, Stephens was a star. He signed with OSU.

No. 17: Rejhan Tatum, LB, Del City, 6-2, 225: A Boise State signee, Tatum played a key role on Del City's defense as it battled through a tough schedule.

No. 18: Logan Nobles, OL, Jenks, 6-6, 286: One of the state’s top offensive linemen, the OSU signee helped Jenks win the Class 6A-I state title.

No. 19: Isaac Smith, DL, Wagoner, 6-6, 235: Smith flipped his commitment from Tulsa to Texas Tech midway through the year. He helped guide Wagoner to a state title.

No. 20: Owen Ostroski, DL, Tulsa Holland Hall, 6-2, 245: An Army commit, he led the Dutch to an undefeated season and a Class 3A state championship.

No. 21: Lance Petermann, OL, Stillwater, 6-5, 275: The Air Force commit was a key protector on Stillwater’s offensive line and helped the Pioneers reach the Class 6A-II semifinals.

No. 22: Emaud Triplett, LB, Owasso, 5-10 1/2, 210: Triplett, who’s committed to Army, was the best player on a stout Owasso defense. He could contribute early at West Point.

No. 23: Jeff Nwankwo, WR, Putnam North, 6-6, 200: The Tulane signee played his first high school football season this year. His size and athleticism make him an elite prospect.

No. 24: Bryce Drummond, QB, Pawhuska, 6-3, 215: A North Texas signee, Drummond led one of the highest scoring offenses in Class A to the state semifinals.

No. 25: Melvin Swindle, DL, Heritage Hall, 6-3, 303: Swindle turned some heads on signing day, flipping from South Dakota and signing with Eastern Michigan, where he’ll play on the defensive line.

No. 26: Darryan Moss, LB, Broken Arrow, 6-2, 225: He played in just six full games this season but was effective with his time, recording 76 tackles. He holds offers from Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, New Mexico and Texas State.

No. 27: Kevin Greene, DL, Del City, 6-3, 285: A North Texas signee, Greene used his large frame to be a productive member of the Eagles’ defensive line.

No. 28: Robert Mbroh, LB, Heritage Hall, 6-3, 210: The standout linebacker helped lead Heritage Hall to the Class 3A semifinals. Although he didn’t sign Wednesday, he’s verbally committed to Air Force.

No. 29: Cameron Little, K/P, Southmoore, 6-2, 170: Little, the nation’s best kicker according to ESPN, had another productive season. He signed with Arkansas on Wednesday.

No. 30: Angelo Rankin Jr., WR/DB, Edmond Santa Fe, 5-10, 175: Rankin decommitted from Navy this fall, and his most recent Division I offer is from Richmond. He’s a dynamic playmaker, hence his opening kick return for a touchdown in the state title game.

Cameron Jourdan, Nick Sardis and James D. Jackson, Staff writers

Cameron Jourdan

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

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 Jackson

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 ›