In focus: Edlam

Edmond Santa Fe gets all the attention, but Memorial and North have quality recruits, too.

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

Edmond Memorial

RB Warren Wand

Schools finally started to look beyond his rather diminutive size at maybe 5-foot-7. Because if you've watched any game with Wand in the last two seasons, you know he can produce. Southern Mississippi and Arkansas State have gotten the ball rolling for Wand, and his name was propped up following solid spring camp performances. His coach constantly praises his character and work ethic, and there's a strong chance the best is still to come.

DB Robert Charlton

A name that started to emerge toward the latter part of last season and is now firmly among the names to watch going forward. One of the fastest kids in the state, Charlton recently got on the offer board when Tulsa extended the invitation. These two weeks should give him a chance to show what he can do.

DL LaManuel Singleton

Made a huge splash at Oklahoma's camp last summer. Had a good junior season but not one that allowed himself to separate from the pack in the state. His coach said there's still a world of potential with Singleton, but he's still trying to understand the little nuances of the game and be a consistent player. There's no doubt he can make some huge plays, but he has to bring it all game.

Edmond North

LB Caileb Booze

Booze has been a name OU fans have gotten to know. First, through his friendship with Josh Wariboko. But then it became more about Booze and he was routinely asked to make unofficial visits last season. Just when it looked like things had died down, OU coach Josh Heupel was back at Edmond North to make sure Booze is headed to OU's camp next month. Kansas State is another school that has shown consistent interest with Booze.

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