OKPreps top 25 for 2015: Nos. 25-21

New faces, new rankings as Sooners Illustrated revisits its 2015 rankings for the state of Oklahoma this week.

It has been three months since SoonersIllustrated.com revealed its top 25 for the state of Oklahoma. A lot has happened. Some new names have entered the fold. Some, obviously, had to drop out, while others have seen their stock soar in the last 90 days.

Without further ado, the first installment of the second edition of the top 25 for 2015.

No. 21 Shawnee quarterback John Jacobs (6-1, 205)

Previous ranking: NR

Unranked last time, Jacobs has played his way into the list. And with schools like Troy and UAB, it hasn't stopped them from making the offer. Under the guidance of quarterback guru Joe Dickinson, the future looks incredibly bright for Jacobs going forward. It has been a busy few weeks for Jacobs working out in front of coaches and that shouldn't slowdown despite his recent commitment to East Carolina.

No. 22 Ringling offensive lineman Riley Daniel (6-5, 290)

Previous ranking: NR

You got to do a lot of digging to find out about Daniel, attending a small school like Ringling. His natural size has been enough for Tulsa and North Texas to take a chance and offer the offensive lineman prospect. These two weeks of spring practice coming up should do him well, but it's the summer camp circuit that should really bring out the best in Daniel.

No. 23 Shawnee offensive lineman Tristan Wyatt (6-5, 290)

Previous ranking: NR

Not too much was known about Wyatt halfway into the winter, but he has put himself on the map with his spectacular outing at the Nike Football Training Combine event last month. Shawnee is not known as a hotbed for football recruiting, but the Wolves have two good ones in Jacobs and Wyatt. He received his first offer from Tulsa last month.

No. 24 Edmond Santa Fe offensive guard J.R. Hensley (6-4, 285)

Previous ranking: No. 16

The steady interest continues to be there for Hensley even if the offers aren't quite flowing in just yet. It still feels like it could be a Sunflower State battle between Kansas State and Kansas. Neither has made the offer, but both schools continue to show the interest and Hensley has been a frequent visitor to both schools. Arkansas and Missouri also continue to be in the mix.

No. 25 Midwest City linebacker Aaron McKinney (6-3, 185)

Previous ranking: No. 15

All the talk about Midwest City is going to center around Scout 300 safety Will Sunderland, but the coaches will stay a bit longer to see how things are going with McKinney. The biggest issue with McKinney is his position going forward. He was a wide receiver at the NFTC last month, but it feels like his natural position should be on defense and has notched a South Dakota offer.

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