1. Sevion Morrison
Edison, 5-11, 195, Sr.
An All-World and World All-State first-team selection last year. Had 232 carries for 2,728 yards and 39 touchdowns last season, setting Edison records as the Eagles reached the Class 5A playoffs for the first time since 2014. During a five-game winning streak to end the regular season, he rushed for 1,755 yards and 24 TDs. Rushed for 429 yards and a school-record seven TDs in a win against McAlester. Rushed 419 yards and six TDs in a win over 5A quarterfinalist Coweta. Offered by 20 major colleges, including Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas State, Baylor and Washington.
2. Isaiah Jacobs
Owasso, 5-11, 208, Sr.
After missing the first four games because of an injury, he rushed for 1,024 yards on 151 carries and scored 10 TDs last season. Caught 27 passes for 296 yards. Had 24 carries for 201 yards and two TDs against Putnam North. Caught two passes in the 2017 6AI title win over Union. Had 233 total yards against Norman and 215 against Norman North. Has 14 major college offers, including from Michigan, Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska and Oklahoma State. Brother of Oakland Raiders first-round draft choice Josh Jacobs.
3. Qwontrel Walker
Stillwater, 5-8, 200, Jr.
An All-World first-team selection last year. Had 284 carries for 2,310 yards and 35 TDs to help the Class 6AII Pioneers (12-1) reach the state final for the first time since 1977. Also had six catches for 115 yards and two TDs. Rushed 38 times for 234 yards and two TDs in a 38-28 semifinal win over B.T. Washington. Rushed for 308 yards and scored four TDs against Deer Creek and 268 yards and four TDs against Del City.
4. Zach Middleton
Bishop Kelley, 5-11, 190, Sr.
Oklahoma State commit also is a starter at safety. Helped the Comets reach the 5A semifinals last season as he had 99 carries for 836 yards and 12 TDs. Had seven carries for 232 yards and three TDs in a win at McAlester. His 99-yard touchdown run was the longest in Kelley history — breaking the record set by his father, Matt, in 1990.
5. Dae Dae Leathers
Tahlequah, 5-7, 155, Sr.
Had 212 rushes for 1,586 yards and 19 TDs last season to lead the Tigers to a 9-1 record. Rushed for 295 yards and three TDs and had an 85-yard TD kickoff return against Sallisaw. Produced 211 total yards and four TDs in season-opening win over Fort Gibson. Carried 25 times for 200 yards and two TDs in a regular-season win over Coweta. Has career totals of 276 carries for 2,007 yards and 22 TDs.
6. Jace Hightower
Claremore, 5-9, 180, Sr.
Carried 187 times for 1,138 yards and 10 TDs last season to help the Zebras reach the 5A quarterfinals. Rushed 26 times for 260 yards and four TDs against Pryor. Had 29 carries for 203 yards against Skiatook. Rushed for 150 yards and three TDs against Memorial. Also produced 47 tackles and two sacks as a defensive back. Career totals: 1,636 rushing yards, 13 TDs. Committed to Air Force.
7. Te’Zohn Taft
Sapulpa, 5-10, 175, Jr.
Had 118 rushes for 1,002 yards and 10 TDs last season to help the Chieftains reach the 6AII playoffs for the first time since 2013. Also had 24 catches for 616 yards and eight TDs. Rushed for 206 yards against Shawnee and 202 against Bartlesville. Had 168 rushing yards and three TDs in a playoff loss at Midwest City. Had 59 tackles and two interceptions as a defensive back. Blocked an extra-point kick in overtime to preserve a 49-48 win over Muskogee. His brother, LaQurious, was No. 6 in the 2015 RB rankings.
8. Jimmie Coleman
Muskogee, 5-7, 180, Sr.
Carried 235 times for 1,473 yards and scored 20 TDs overall to help the Roughers reach the 6AII playoffs last year. Caught 22 passes for 273 yards. Had 29 rushes for 206 yards and five TDs against Sand Springs. Rushed for 172 yards and four TDs in a win over Bartlesville. Carried 12 times for 187 yards and two TDs in a win against McAlester.
9. Makai Blades
Glenpool, 5-11, 170, Sr.
Rushed for 1,400 yards over the past two seasons. Had eight carries for 156 yards against Hale last season. Carried 17 times for 142 yards against Cleveland. In 2017, had 27 carries for 188 yards and two TDs in a win over Shawnee. In the 5A state track meet in May, he won the 100 meters and was the runner-up in the 200.
10. AJ Green
Union, 5-11, 190, Jr.
Offered by Arkansas, Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tulsa. Saw limited action at running back last year behind Eastern Michigan signee Darius Boone Jr. Caught a 36-yard touchdown pass against Southmoore. Scored on a 70-yard interception return against Edmond North.