OKPreps report: Blake Williams, Josh Proctor, Andre Harris shine

Breaking down Week 5 in OKPreps (Josh Proctor, Blake Williams, Andre Harris, Rae'Quan Wicks)

Already went in-depth with what Moore (Okla.) Southmoore stars Quindon Lewis and Casey Thompson were able to do last week, but here is a look at some of the other notable names from Week 5 in OKPreps.

2018 Southmoore DB Rae’Quan Wicks

Major game for Wicks. Since this is already the third time seeing Southmoore, you start to get a better feel of some of the players you should watch going forward. Wicks was that guy. Only a sophomore, Wicks responded with a two-interception game. Now he’s not on anybody’s radar just yet, but there’s really no reason why he shouldn’t be going forward. At 5-foot-10 (maybe 5-11), he’s starting to grow and already has the natural ball skills you want to see.

2018 Owasso ATH Josh Proctor

With Wicks, it’s about seeing him develop and grow into a top prospect. With Proctor, he’s already there but hasn’t scratched the surface of just how good he can really become going forward. It was a down night overall for Owasso, but Proctor played very well, especially in the second half. There is going to be a question about what position he’ll play going forward, but he sure feels like he’ll be the next big safety from the state and best one for 2018.

2017 Putnam City North OL Andre Harris

The Mustang defensive line isn’t the biggest out there, but Harris had his way with them all night. Pancake after pancake. Harris has been busy, already visiting all three major in-state schools during this season. It will be intriguing to see if he blossoms into a full-fledged offensive tackle or perhaps makes the transition to guard. Really like that he’s already playing left tackle in high school as a junior, shows the respect he has from his coaches.

Mustang TE Blake Williams

Obviously he was the one to watch last week. With Cale Gundy in attendance, Williams had a 38-yard touchdown reception to give him four in five games. What impressed most, though, was the improvement he has made as a blocker. He’s still not the most pure you’re ever going to find in that situation, but he has made big-time strides. Visited OU over the weekend, and it’s possible he’ll become a major Sooners target heading down the stretch.

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