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Editor's Choice

These are the top seven players in the Okmulgee area hub, ranked by VYPE editors regardless of position.

#1 Kendal Daniels – 6-4, 195, Sr. DB/ WR – Beggs: Oklahoma’s top prize recruit who committed to Texas A&M, made 125 tackles totaling 205 stops the past two years plus 10 career pass interceptions in addition to making highlight reel efforts as a receiver.

#2 Joey Fowler – 6-2, 190, Sr. QB/ DB – Dewar: Combining his 2,971 yards passing with 1,318 yards rushing resulting in 62 scores last year, Fowler has totaled 114 run/pass touchdowns the last two years entering his senior year.

#3 C.J. Brown – 6-0, 185, Jr. RB/DB – Beggs: Entering his third season at running back, Brown has 2,125 career yards rushing and 31 touchdowns after racing to the end zone 25 times a year ago to have D-I college recruiters chasing his commitment.

#4 J.J.Magness – 6-2, 275, Sr. DL/ OL – Okemah: Strength and mobility empower the Panthers twoway starter to dominate play in the trenches whether he’s creating pancake blocks or tackles for loss.

#5 Kolby Adams – 5-7, 150, Sr. QB/DB – Morris: The leadership and playmaking skills of Adams produced 24 touchdowns while combining run/ pass talents to generate 2300 yards total offense last year.

#6 Malik Bogart – 6-6, 210, Jr. DE – Okmulgee: Opposing offensive coordinators were heard screaming who let this ‘Dog out as the Okmulgee junior charted 18 tackles for loss including 10 QB sacks totaling 80 tackles as a sophomore.

#7 Kolby Burgess – 6-0, 220, Sr. OL/DL – Morris: Rarely coming off the gridiron for the Eagles, the third year starter captains the “Death Row D” at the line of scrimmage after dominating opponents playing on the O-line.

 

Fan's Choice

Based on fan voting in the Okmulgee area hub, here are the top players at seven positions, as well as some runnerups who are worth mentioning.

 

OFFENSE

QB – Kurtis Wilson – Okemah - (6-2, 160, Jr.) enters his second season at quarterback where he totaled 1,895 yards last season.

RB – Jerry Ramos – Morris - (5-10, 205, Sr.) who toted the ball for over 500 yards last season.

WR/TE – D’Mari Harp – Okmulgee - (6-3, 195, Jr.) provides a receiver target and blocking force at tight end.

OL – Dekovan Wallace – Okmulgee - (5- 10, 300, Sr.) will hunker down to protect the line of scrimmage.

 

DEFENSE

LB – Kelton Patterson – Okmulgee - (6-0, 190, Jr.) made 81 stops plus four quarterback sacks last season.

DB – LaPatrick Vann – Okmulgee - (6-0, 175, So.) charted 41 tackles including four safeties last season.

DL – T.D. Coleman – Beggs - (6-0, 230, So.) protects the edge as well as pressures the quarterback at end.

 

HONORABLE MENTION

QB – Jameson Ross – Beggs - (5-9, 155, Jr.) is in a heated competition to be quarterback.

RB – Devan Bruner – Graham-Dustin - (5-9, 190, Sr.) is competing at running back but can also fill a receiver slot.

WR/TE – Kaiden Bear – Okemah - (5-9, 155, Jr.), is an elusive wide receiver who collected 932 yards in receiving.

OL – J.J. Perez – Henryetta - It’s upfront that counts and Perez will be relied upon to control play on the line.

OL – Kaden Stanton – Beggs - (6-6, 290, So.) is a returning skilled playmaker.

LB – Makhan Harjo – Okemah - (5-11, 190, Jr.) is part of a trio who will defend sideline to sideline.

DL – Topley Powell – Morris - (6-1, 220, Jr.) helps give the Eagles a well oiled front.

 

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