In focus: Broken Arrow

Touring the state continues with a stop at Broken Arrow, who is loaded with young prospects.

The OKPreps spring football season is here, and SoonersIllustrated.com is hitting the road to see the top prospects in the state of Oklahoma.

Broken Arrow

DB Markale Moses

Moses has been talked about since the end of his freshman season. The only thing hindering him has been his lack of height. He has put on a lot of weight and is still one of the best lockdown cornerbacks in the state. Schools like Oklahoma, Houston, Tulsa and Notre Dame have shown the most interest, while Michigan has recently joined the party and started sending letters. Moses will have a chance to showcase his skills on offense as well this season.

2016 QB Scotty Gilkey

Gilkey is looking for a fresh start and a chance to show exactly what he can so he has transferred from Jenks to Broken Arrow. Offered by ULM despite not playing last season, it's obvious college coaches like what they're seeing from Gilkey. Following a solid showing at the Elite 11 QB regional camp at AT&T Stadium, it's also clear he can deliver on the big stage. The pressure will be on him to deliver after walking away from the back-to-back champions, but he's ready to make his mark.

2016 RB Jamall Shaw

All the attention was on Oklahoma State signee Devon Thomas last year, but it gave people a chance for a first impression with Shaw. And it was a good one. Now the featured back, it's going to be intriguing to see how Shaw reacts to being the guy going forward for the Tigers. He's already among the fastest guys in the state.

2016 DL Gage Kaizer

Throwing another dart on the board with this one. Kaizer is around 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds. He wasn't spectacular looking last season, but he made a lot of plays. Great ability to bat down balls and get pressure to the quarterback. And don't rule out a flip to tight end as he did well with the ball in his hands and was incredibly tough to bring down.


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