Oklahoma high school spring football has arrived and that means it’s time for Sooners Illustrated to hit the road.
For the next three weeks, will be scouring the state at practices and camps to check in with known 2018 and 2019 names and get to know new ones.
Here is a taste of what’s to come.
Raym is the main attraction but really intrigued to see who else the Tigers could have moving forward. There’s always talent there, for sure, so definitely worth a trip.
Is Boomer the No. 1 prospect in the state for 2019? That’s the question right now. Really doesn’t matter if he is because what he is… is one of the best recruits regardless of class.
Feels like the end of an era. Been talking about Thompson and Walker for so long, this will be a good chance to see if SaberCats can reload moving forward.
Stoops twins remain intriguing prospects for 2018, while Mashburn is well on his way to Scout 300 status for the 2019 class. Reload or regroup after magical 2016 season?
On the watch for the headliners, but excited to see the young crop of Falcons. Millwood is back producing top-tier talent and this is going to be a frequent stop in the years to come.
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Best defensive end for 2018 and maybe the best one for 2019 in Clay. Quarterback A.J. Newsome (2019) is picking up steam as the Pirates continue to restore their program.
Owasso has two of the best defensive backs in the state but that’s not all. New coach in Bill Blankenship has energized this program. There is a lot of talent for the Rams.
Capped the players to watch at three, but that’s not fair to Union. Adrian Wilson, Richard Stromberg and a host of other Redskins are worth keeping tabs on as Union plants its flag as No. 1 in the state.
There are going to be plenty of more schools to see at the Mustang Metro Team Camp in two weeks, and we’ll preview that at a later date.