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All-World Preseason Football Contest includes Sandites' Ty Pennington, Landon Hendricks
All-World Preseason Football Contest

All-World Preseason Football Contest includes Sandites' Ty Pennington, Landon Hendricks

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Sand Springs quarterback Ty Pennington (6) accounted for 2,868 yards and 28 touchdowns last season.

Sand Springs quarterback Ty Pennington and defensive end Landon Hendricks are candidates in the 2021 All-World Preseason Football Contest that is underway, giving readers the chance throughout the summer to select the best high school football players in the Tulsa area.

A total of 80 players — 10 at each of eight positions — have been selected as candidates.

Pennington accounted for 2,868 yards and 28 touchdowns last season. Hendricks had 81 tackles, six sacks and five fumble recoveries in 2020.

Nominees were picked on the basis of past performance, projected 2021 accomplishments and college potential. Players from all grades are eligible and may only be selected at one position.

Voting at will continue through 3 p.m. Aug. 10. The winners will be announced in the Tulsa World and at in late August. 

Go to for weekly voting updates, as well as unbeatable high school sports coverage from the Tulsa World.


Wyatt Austin, Summit Christian

Blaze Berlowitz, Cushing

Max Brown, Lincoln Christian

Andrew Carney, Collinsville

Triton Chandler, Victory Christian

Kirk Francis, Metro Christian

Gage Hamm, Coweta

Ty Pennington, Sand Springs

Nate Ratcliff, Adair

Dylan White, Verdigris


Rovaughn Banks, Union

CJ Brown, Beggs

Chase Burke, Berryhill

Jaiden Carroll, Jenks

Brayden Gilkey, Collinsville

Maurion Horn, Broken Arrow

DeShawn Kinnard, Owasso

Braylin Presley, Bixby

Antonio “Junior” Smith, Union

Eric Virgil, Hilldale


Cole Adams, Owasso

Kelan Carney, Owasso

Tyi’onn Cox, Central

Mason Ford, Coweta

Mason Gilkey, Pawhuska

Oscar Hammond, Collinsville

Dalton Hurd, Pawhuska

Luke Hasz, Bixby

RJ Spears-Jennings, Broken Arrow

Micah Tease, B.T. Washington


Ridge Brewington, Bartlesville

Davis Dotson, Berryhill

Levi Dunsmore, Bixby

Cannon Howard, Collinsville

Cash Hudson, Bishop Kelley

Cody Paschall, Bixby

Maddox Perrier, Bartlesville

Kaden Stanton, Beggs

Will Thomas, Union

Milton White, Jenks


Maliek Bogard, Beggs

AJ Brown, Jenks

Dempsey Gillman, Metro Christian

Landon Hendricks, Sand Springs

Michael Jamerson, Owasso

Chris McClellan, Owasso

Matthias Roberson, Union

De’Marion Thomas, Union

Fred Watson, Wagoner

Lesharo Wildcat, Pawhuska


Beau Bertelli, Bixby

Gabe Brown, Stillwater

Jake Clifton, Owasso

Tyler Johnson, Lincoln Christian

Jack Long, Pawhuska

Jack Puckett, Bixby

Reese Roller, Verdigris

Flynn Sage, Cascia Hall

Kaiden Vannoy, Jenks

Zane Woodham, Holland Hall


Nunu Campbell, Holland Hall

Luke Freeman, Victory

Dylan Hasz, Bixby

Jaden King, B.T. Washington

Brandon Ramsey Jr., Owasso

Ethan Roush, Holland Hall

Jayden Rowe, Union

Noah Smallwood, Claremore

Cade Stacy, Jenks

Gentry Williams, BTW


TJ Cowan, Union

Magnus Lepak, Holland Hall

Jackson Marsh, B.T. Washington

Ethan Muehlenweg, Wagoner

Conner Nolan, Bixby

Max Paskvan, Jenks

Jaxson Whittiker, Hilldale

Rushton Williams, Verdigris

Hunter Wood, Claremore

Fute Yang, Catoosa


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