Bixby, Broken Arrow and Collinsville have two players each in the final expanded rankings.
In 10 games, Wilson has accounted for 3,516 yards and 52 TDs.
Pennington has the Sandites’ career passing records with 5,935 yards and 52 TDs.
During the past three games, Spears-Jennings has 18 catches for 273 yards and five TDs plus 17 tackles. Horn has 707 yards and eight TDs in three games since his return to a full workload at running back.
Horn is back and teammate RJ Spears-Jennings moves up in the rankings.
Lincoln Christian's Max Brown, Holland Hall's Zane Woodham, Booker T. Washington's Micah Tease rise in the rankings.
Hammond has scored on eight of his 16 receptions and averages 31.2 yards per catch for the 5A No. 1 Cardinals.
Broken Arrow's RJ Spears-Jennings returns to the rankings after his Week 4 heroics.
Woodham had 15 rushes for 165 yards and three TDs in the 3A No. 1 Dutch's 37-7 win at 2A No. 1 Metro Christian. Also completed a 33-yard pass, and was involved in nine tackles.
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Pennington accounted for 3,005 yards and 28 TDs last year.
Unranked Rejoice Christian made quite the splash to start the season. The Eagles marched into Cashion and beat Class A’s top-ranked team, 34-27, on Friday night.
Bixby's Braylin Presley and Edmond Santa Fe's Talyn Shettron are the only returnees from last summer's list.
Hammond's favorite NFL player is Seattle's DK Metcalf.
The Collinsville senior added 27 pounds in the offseason doing CrossFit and lifting daily.
Owasso's Kelan Carney and Cole Adams are Nos. 3 and 4, respectively, in the rankings for the second consecutive summer.
Daniels, an Oklahoma State signee, had 120 tackles, seven sacks and four interceptions in 2020 as he helped lead Beggs (10-3) to the Class 2A semifinals.
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State champions Bixby and Jenks have two finalists each.
Charleston Rambo, a three-year contributor to Oklahoma’s receiving corps, announced on Monday that he is entering the transfer portal.
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Is it me or does it seem like the Eagles are always in need of help at receiver? I don't suspect Waddle's broken ankle will impact his draft stock much. He's already healed and was off to an incredible start — 25 receptions, 557 yards and four touchdowns in four games — after showing promise as a sophomore receiver and return man. A healthy Waddle is the most explosive all-around athlete at receiver in this class. Top needs: WR, CB, LB
No. 1 Lincoln Christian vs. No. 2 Holland Hall
In 11 games this season, Katsis has 49 receptions for 1,234 yards and 16 TDs, and as a cornerback has four interceptions. He will be matched up in the Class 3A state final with Holland Hall's Marc Gouldsby, another dynamic senior playmaker with similar skills and production -- 37 catches for 729 yards and 13 TDs with three interceptions.