In focus: Oklahoma City Casady

Sooners Illustrated is going to hit the road through the end of the month to see the best in the state. It starts with Casady.

It's that time of year again. Spring football in Oklahoma will begin in earnest next week, but Oklahoma City Casady doesn't have to wait that long.

Because the school is not a member of the Oklahoma high school governing body, the Cyclones are one of the only schools in the state practicing this week.

Here's a look at some of the top names is excited to see for Casady.

OG Josh Wariboko

Could there really be another answer here? Wariboko, a one-time Oklahoma commit, has been piling up even more offers since decommitting from the Sooners. Nobody in the state has more offers than Wariboko with Ohio State and UCLA being the latest ones. One of the top offensive linemen in the nation, Wariboko has only helped his stock with solid spring camp performances.

WR Denver Johnson

The interest continues to be there. Schools from all over the Midlands region have talked with Johnson and kept in constant contact. But the first offer hasn't come his way just yet. Johnson has great size and hands but doesn't have that wow factor in terms of his speed. This week is his chance to shine, and he's looking to take full advantage of the opportunity.

DB Gary Woods

Another Casady prospect just on the cusp of something major happening on the recruiting trail but not quite there yet. The Woods family has a great tradition in the Oklahoma City area, and there's no doubt Gary is living up to the family name. Projected as a safety moving forward, a breakout performance could be just what Woods needs going forward.

2016 DB Max Wariboko

For the most part, all he has been known for is being Josh's younger brother. But the last month has seen Max pick up Louisville and Tulsa offers. He held his own in spring camp atmospheres and is ready to show what he can do. He has put on a lot of weight since the end of last season and his footwork has improved. We'll get a taste of just how much this week.

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