1. Brennan Presley

Bixby, 5-9, 160, Sr.

Helped the Spartans win the 6AII state title last year as he had 67 catches for 1,081 yards and 10 touchdowns. Had five catches for 162 yards and four TDs against Muskogee. Caught six passes for 203 yards and two TDs against Sapulpa. Also had 18 rushes for 238 yards and five touchdowns, and completed his only pass for 32 yards. Scored on a 98-yard kickoff return against Putnam City. On defense, had six interceptions. Was an All-World and All-State first-team selection. In 2017, had 67 catches for 852 yards and six TDs.

2. Javian “JJ” Hester

B.T. Washington, 6-4, 180, Sr.

Has 18 major college offers, including from Oklahoma, Arkansas, Michigan, Nebraska and Ohio State. Last year, had 20 catches for 386 yards and four touchdowns. In the secondary, had 50 tackles. Was the MVP of the 2017 Class 6AII state final as he had four catches for 145 yards and two TDs plus a game-clinching interception near the goal line in the final seconds against Bixby. Finished 2017 with 38 catches for 705 yards and six TDs plus had four interceptions on defense. Top-ranked receiver in last year’s rankings.

3. Jack Wright

Regent Prep, 6-0, 170, Sr.

A 2018 All-World offensive player of the year finalist. Had 81 catches for 1,843 yards and 34 TDs to help the Rams reach the Class B state title game, where he rushed for four TDs. As a DB, he had six interceptions, four fumble recoveries and 68 tackles. Had 17 catches for 351 yards and seven TDs plus a key interception in the quarterfinals at Laverne. Career totals: 213 catches for 4,816 yards and 76 TDs, plus 193 tackles and 17 interceptions.

4. Anthony Bland

Stillwater, 6-3, 190, Sr.

Committed to Princeton. Had 56 receptions for 972 yards and 10 TDs last season to help the Pioneers reach the 6AII state final. Caught the winning TD pass as time expired against Lawton. In 2017, caught 89 passes for 1,177 yards and 12 TDs for La Jolla (California) Country Day. Caught 13 passes as a freshman on Country Day’s 5A state runner-up team in 2016.

5. Cori Lewis

Bishop Kelley, 5-8, 165, Sr.

Caught the winning 67-yard TD pass with 2:37 left in a 34-33 victory over OKC McGuinness in the 5A quarterfinals last season. Had five catches for 121 yards and three TDs against Memorial. In 2018, had 57 catches for 867 yards and 13 TDs. Had a 15-yard TD in the 5A-3 district title-clinching win over Coweta. Also a returning starter in the secondary. Has been offered by Army.

6. Kyler Pearson

Union, 5-8, 155, Sr.

Committed to Kansas. Caught a go-ahead touchdown pass with 20 seconds left in the 6AI semifinals last year against Jenks, which rallied to win. Had 40 receptions for 369 yards and four TDs for Putnam City in 2017. Caught nine passes in a win against Bixby. Had six receptions for 116 yards and three TDs in a win over Edmond Deer Creek. His two older brothers, Kale and Kaylor, also were starting receivers for Union, and Kale was the starting quarterback on the 2010 state title team before playing at Air Force.

7. Dylan Kedzior

Claremore, 6-1, 205, Sr.

Had 36 receptions for 505 yards and five TDs last season. Caught 12 passes for 112 yards against Skiatook and seven for 104 against 5A champion Midwest City Carl Albert in the quarterfinals. In 2017, caught 55 passes for 1,002 yards and 11 TDs. Had a 78-yard kickoff return against Pryor. Over the past two years, has 63 rushes for 398 yards and three TDs. In two 5A playoff games in 2017, had 12 catches for 160 yards and completed a 16-yard pass.

8. Mario Kirby

Owasso, 6-2, 225, Sr.

The tight end had 34 catches for 531 yards and six TDs last season. Caught a 65-yard pass for the Rams’ only TD in the 6AI semifinals against Broken Arrow. Had eight catches for 82 yards and two TDs against Moore. Caught five passes for 127 yards and a TD against Bentonville (Arkansas) West in the opener. Started on the 2017 state championship team. Offered by Abilene Christian, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, UCO and East Central.

9. Sam Brueggemann

Lincoln Christian, 6-3, 170, Sr.

Caught 67 passes for 1,487 yards and 17 TDs last season. Had four catches for 210 yards and two TDs against Jones. Produced seven receptions for 189 yards and three TDs against Okmulgee. Had 13 catches for 160 yards and two TDs against Roland. Caught 19 passes for 340 yards and two TDs in three playoff games. In 2017, had 68 catches for 1,047 yards and five TDs, including two in the playoffs. Caught nine passes for 150 yards and a TD against Inola.

10. Carson Callaway

Metro Christian, 5-10, 175, Sr.

Caught 73 passes for 1,264 yards and 11 TDs to help the Patriots post a 12-2 record and reach the 2A semifinals last season. In four playoff games, had 33 catches for 529 yards and six TDs. Caught eight passes for 205 yards and three TDs in the first round against Victory Christian. Had 11 receptions for 164 yards and two TDs at Jones. In the secondary, had 68 tackles in 2018, including 11 against Washington in the quarterfinals.