Posted On: 10/18/20 11:20 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.

Bryce DrummondBryceDrummond6'3" | QBPawhuska | 2021StateOK – Quarterback – Pawhuska
Once again, Pawhuska senior quarterback Bryce DrummondBryceDrummond6'3" | QBPawhuska | 2021StateOK finds himself on this list featuring standout performances. Pawhuska had an impromptu game against Rejoice Christian after a district opponent cancelled. Drummond shined once again. He threw for 301 yards and a pair of touchdowns but was impossible to slow down on the ground. He gained over 100 yards rushing and finished with six rushing touchdowns on the night. He now has 34 passing touchdowns and 12 rushing touchdowns on the season.

Collin MattesonCollinMatteson6'2" | WROklahoma Christian School | 2022StateOK – Athlete – Oklahoma Christian School
We wrote about this standout from Oklahoma Christian School when our 2022 prospect rankings were updated last week. He backed up all the hype immediately with a great game against Luther on Friday night. On offense, Matteson finished with three touchdowns. On defense, he matched that number with three interceptions. He’s a big reason why OCS is undefeated and a darkhorse to make a deep playoff run. With players like him making big plays, OCS will be a tough team to eliminate when November rolls around.

Dayton WolfeDaytonWolfe6'1" | QBWestmoore | 2021StateOK – Quarterback – Westmoore
Westmoore was in desperation mode as they trailed Norman 28-19 at halftime on Friday night. The Jaguars would rally behind their star quarterback Dayton WolfeDaytonWolfe6'1" | QBWestmoore | 2021StateOK, who led them to a 39-35 victory. The Jaguars could not afford a loss otherwise they could say goodbye to any hopes of the playoffs. Wolfe showed why he’s one of the top duel-threat quarterbacks in the state. He threw for nearly 300 yards and four touchdowns while also adding nearly 150 yards and a touchdown in the comeback victory over the Tigers.

Hayden FryHaydenFry5'10" | RBCushing | 2022OK – Running Back – Cushing
In one of the bigger games in Class 4A, Cushing knocked off John Marshall and solidified their spot as a playoff team moving forward. The Tigers did it by keeping John Marshall’s offense off the field with a strong rushing attack. That rushing attack was led by junior running back Hayden FryHaydenFry5'10" | RBCushing | 2022OK. He was the definition of a workhorse back in their win. He carried the ball 32 times for 250 yards and a pair of touchdowns. As if that wasn’t enough, he also added 15 tackles on the defensive side of the ball, limiting the Bears’ offense.

Justin HumphreyJustinHumphrey6'2" | QBPauls Valley | 2023OK – Quarterback – Pauls Valley
The future is bright with Pauls Valley and their young dynamic quarterback Justin HumphreyJustinHumphrey6'2" | QBPauls Valley | 2023OK. The sophomore had a big game last week in their easy win over Madill in week seven. Humphrey finished with 24 carries for 300 yards and three touchdowns. As if that wasn’t enough, he also added nearly 100 yards and a touchdown in the passing department. Just a sophomore, and also a good basketball player, Humphrey is going to be an athlete to watch out for over the next two-plus years in football and basketball.