Posted On: 09/20/20 12:45 PM
Every Sunday, we’ll announce five players as candidates for Prep Redzone Oklahoma Player Of The Week. You can vote on your pick as many times as you’d like. On Wednesday, we’ll announce the staff pick and also who won the fan’s vote. You can vote on this poll until Wednesday at noon. Voting closes at that time and we’ll announce the winners afterwards.
Caden HendrenCadenHendren6'2" | ATHPiedmont | 2021StateOK – ATH – Piedmont
There’s no other way to describe Piedmont’s Caden HendrenCadenHendren6'2" | ATHPiedmont | 2021StateOK other than saying he’s an athlete. He dominated, once again, in all three phases of the game in Piedmont’s win over Noble. He ran the ball for 65 yards, came up with 14 tackles and a pick-six on defense. And as if that wasn’t enough, he also had a kick return for a touchdown. Hendren has become a regular on this list every week and we don’t anticipate that changing anytime soon.
Gage HammGageHamm6'4" | QBCoweta | 2022StateOK – QB – Coweta
Coweta got out to a fast start in their blowout win over Muskogee. This was supposed to be the home opener for the Tigers but junior quarterback Gage HammGageHamm6'4" | QBCoweta | 2022StateOK and Coweta felt right at home in their 42-21 win. Hamm did it all for the Tigers, throwing and running the ball. He threw for nearly 300 yards and three touchdowns and also added over 100 yards and a touchdown on the ground, showing why he’s one of the top dual-threat QB’s in his class.
Grayson MathisGraysonMathis6'0" | QBWilburton | 2022OK – QB – Wilburton
Another junior quarterback who had a big night on Friday was Wilburton’s Grayson MathisGraysonMathis6'0" | QBWilburton | 2022OK. In their big win over Roland, Mathis was dynamic throwing the ball. He put up some of the biggest numbers passing that we’ve seen this season. He threw for 411 yards on 17-25 passing with five touchdowns. Mathis and the Wilburton offense just torched the Roland defense and he’s emerged as a player to watch.
Luke TarmanLukeTarman6'2" | ATHBishop McGuinness | 2021StateOK – QB – Bishop McGuinness
Similar to Hendren at Piedmont, we’re running out of ways to compliment Bishop McGuinness’ Luke TarmanLukeTarman6'2" | ATHBishop McGuinness | 2021StateOK. We’re all in on the senior standout for the Irish and he deserves to be on more college radars. In their big win over Booker T Washington, Tarman was outstanding running the ball against a stout BTW defense. He finished with 182 yards and three touchdowns against a defense littered with future college football players. College coaches need to look harder at this McGuinness standout.
Wallace ClarkWallaceClark6'2" | QBHolland Hall | 2021StateOK – QB – Holland Hall
Holland Hall has taken over the top spot in the Class 3A rankings and they’ve been dominant to start the season. A big reason has been the play of their quarterback Wallace ClarkWallaceClark6'2" | QBHolland Hall | 2021StateOK. The Dutch signal-caller has been outstanding and was lights out in their blowout win over Metro Christian. He threw for 278 yards and three touchdowns and also added a pair of touchdowns on the ground. Holland Hall looks for real and Clark and this Dutch offense can bring it.