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All-OKC Area Editor’s Choice – Presented By Landers Auto Group

QB Daevion Hill – 6-3, 185, Sr. Crooked Oak

Hill is a two-way starter for Crooked Oak but look for his skills to shine at quarterback this season.

RB River Faulker – 5-10, 205, Sr. Heritage Hall

Faulkner rushed for 1,146 yards and 22 TDs last season making him extremely productive out of the backfield.

WR LADAINIAN FIELDS – 6-2, 170, Jr. Southeast

Everything you want in a big play receiver, Fields averaged 20.9 yards per catch with 10 touchdowns.

OL Carlos Strong – 6-1, 240, Sr. Millwood

A beast on both sides of the ball, Strong recorded 57 pancakes and registered 57 tackles on defense.

DH Chris Curry – 6-1, 210, Sr. Douglass

Quick off the edge, Curry recorded nine sacks last season at DE and is expected to continue his trend of chasing quarterbacks.

LB BAI JOBE –ATH – 6-5, 225, Sr. Community Christian

An easier question to answer about Jobe’s ability is, what can’t he do. Answer: not much. Jobe may be the highest recruited player in Oklahoma and for good reason.

DB Jamariton FRANKLIN – 6-0, 175, Jr. – Douglass

Franklin is a stud. Last season as a sophomore he had four INTs and 40 tackles. He is the blueprint for corners.

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