The 2020 All-World Preseason Football Contest presented by Bill Knight Automotive is underway, and readers voted more than 19,000 times so far to pick 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. Here's a look at the top five in voting, as of Monday:
Quarterback: Mason Williams, Bixby; Stephen Kittleman, Jenks; Gage Hamm, Coweta; Jake Raines, Broken Arrow; and Bryce Drummond, Pawhuska
Running back: Deshawn Kinnard, Claremore; Sanchez Banks, Broken Arrow; Owen Heinecke, Bishop Kelley; AJ Green, Union; and Te'Zohn Taft, Sapulpa
Wide receiver: Cole Adams, Owasso; Kelan Carney, Owasso; Chase Nanni, Wagoner; Kolbe Katsis, Lincoln Christian; and Steven Brown, Stillwater
Offensive line: Lance Petermann, Stillwater; Kainan Wade, Cleveland; Caleb Townsend, Bixby; Logan Nobles, Jenks; and Hudson Moseby, Owasso
Defensive back: Gage Laney, Owasso; Grant Lohr, Jenks; Eli Benham, Sperry; Chance Wilson, Rejoice Christian; and Tevin Williams, Stillwater
Linebacker: Gabe Brown, Stillwater; Braeden Winters, Bartlesville; Nick Wedel, Bixby; Emaud Triplett, Owasso; and Cade Gibson, Metro Christian
Defensive line: Michael Jamerson, Owasso; Chris McClellan, Edison; Issac Smith, Wagoner; Jaden Brown, Booker T Washington; and Holden Martinson, Edison
Kicker/special teams: Maurion Horn, Broken Arrow; Hagen Hood, Owasso; Ryan Conner, Claremore; Caden Davis, Bartlesville; and Jonah Edwards, Victory Christian
Voting ends 3 p.m. Aug. 13. The winners will be announced in the Tulsa World and at OKPrepsExtra.com in late August.
Our position-by-position rankings, as well as features on select players, will be published later in the summer.
You may vote once a day per device, and we recommend voting early and often.
Go to OKPrepsExtra.com for weekly updates on who is in the lead, as well as unbeatable high school sports coverage from the Tulsa World.
Meet the nominees for the 2020 All World Preseason Football Contest presented by Bill Knight Automotive