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The 2020 season has come to an end but that doesn’t mean we’re done having content every day here at Prep Redzone Oklahoma. In fact, we’re just heating up and continuing our postseason series today. Be sure to check back every day for new postseason content. In the past week, we’ve had our complete "Season In Review" series from 6A-A. Here’s links to each class.
Today, we continue our postseason coverage with a very special post. This was our first season at Prep Redzone Oklahoma and it’s our honor to announce our first ever All State Team. Check out our 1st team selections below. 2nd team will be released on January 2nd with the 3rd team selections to be announced right afterwards on January 3rd. Our 1st Team selections include 16 seniors, 9 juniors and 2 sophomores.
QB - Bryce DrummondBryceDrummond6'3" | QBPawhuska | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - PAWHUSKA
- Pawuska’s Bryce DrummondBryceDrummond6'3" | QBPawhuska | 2021StateOK
led the most explosive offense in state history this fall. In ten regular season games, Pawhuska averaged nearly 70 points per game. Drummond threw for just over 4,000 yards and 59 touchdowns, leading the state in nearly every category. He was also a threat on the ground, finishing with 713 yards and 18 touchdowns.
RB - Braylin PresleyBraylinPresley5'9" | RBBixby | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - BIXBY
- Bixby junior running back Braylin PresleyBraylinPresley5'9" | RBBixby | 2022StateOK
was at his best in Bixby’s biggest games this season. He finished the year with over 1,700 yards rushing and 25 touchdowns. But he was also Bixby’s leading receiver with over 700 yards and 10 touchdowns. Presley was arguably the most electric player in Oklahoma this season as the Spartans won another title.
RB - Erik McCartyErikMcCarty6'2" | RBMcAlester | 2023OK
- SOPHOMORE - McALESTER
- The first of two sophomores to make it on the All State 1st Team is McAlester’s Erik McCartyErikMcCarty6'2" | RBMcAlester | 2023OK
. The sophomore sensation helped lead the Buffaloes all the way to the 5A semifinals. He ran for nearly 2,000 yards and 33 touchdowns on the year. He also finished with 3 receiving touchdowns, 2 touchdowns on defense and racked up 88 tackles.
RB - Qwontrel WalkerQwontrelWalker5'8" | RBStillwater | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - STILLWATER
- He’s been one of the best running backs in the state for several seasons now and he went out with another stellar season. Stillwater’s Qwontrel WalkerQwontrelWalker5'8" | RBStillwater | 2021StateOK
ran for nearly 2,000 yards and 32 touchdowns. However, the Pioneers had several games that ended up getting cancelled due to Covid. Walker’s season and career numbers could have been record-breaking.
WR - Gavin FreemanGavinFreeman5'10" | WRHeritage Hall | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - HERITAGE HALL
- On a Heritage Hall team full of experienced seniors, it was junior Gavin FreemanGavinFreeman5'10" | WRHeritage Hall | 2022StateOK
that ended up being the biggest playmaker for the Chargers in 2020. Freeman also ended up being one of the best receivers in the state, catching 22 touchdowns on the year. Freeman impacted the game in all three phases and will be one of the top players to watch in 2021.
WR - Talyn ShettronTalynShettron6'3" | WREdmond Santa Fe | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - EDMOND SANTA FE
- We knew that Edmond Santa Fe’s Talyn ShettronTalynShettron6'3" | WREdmond Santa Fe | 2022StateOK
was one of the best wide receivers in the state and he only backed up that claim during his junior season. Shettron once again put up big numbers, despite being double teamed on a constant basis. He also was a playmaker in the return game as Santa Fe would get very creative with how to use their junior star.
OL - Aden KelleyAdenKelley6'2" | DLThomas | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - THOMAS
- The All American selection helped lead Thomas all the way to the Class A state championship game before they fell to Cashion, for the second time in 2020. Aden KelleyAdenKelley6'2" | DLThomas | 2021StateOK
was a two-way star for the Terriers this season and was one of the best small school players in the state. He could have been a 1st team selection on offense and defense this season.
OL - Cade McConnellCadeMcConnell6'5" | OLChoctaw | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - CHOCTAW
- The first of a pair of juniors along the offensive line. Choctaw came into the 2020 season with very high expectations and a lot of hype. They would bounce back from a slow start to make it all the way to the 6A-2 title game. Offensive lineman Cade McConnellCadeMcConnell6'5" | OLChoctaw | 2022StateOK
had a dominating junior season and has solidified himself as one of the top players at his position.
OL - Jacob SextonJacobSexton6'6" | OLDeer Creek | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - DEER CREEK
- It was an up and down road for Deer Creek this season but one thing is definite. They have one of the best offensive line prospects, not only in Oklahoma, but in the country with junior Jacob SextonJacobSexton6'6" | OLDeer Creek | 2022StateOK
. It was pretty clear that Sexton was special after his sophomore season and his stock only continues to climb as the big man could be Oklahoma’s next All American.
OL - Lance PetermannLancePetermann6'5" | OLStillwater | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - STILLWATER
- Another Stillwater standout making the first team selections is offensive lineman Lance PetermannLancePetermann6'5" | OLStillwater | 2021StateOK
. While Walker has been one of the best running backs in the state, he couldn’t have done it without a dominating lineman like Petermann anchoring the Pioneer offensive line. The Stillwater standout has already signed on the dotted line to play college ball at Air Force.
OL - Logan NoblesLoganNobles6'6" | OLJenks | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - JENKS
- Jenks senior Logan NoblesLoganNobles6'6" | OLJenks | 2021StateOK
was determined to not let another Jenks senior class graduate without winning a state title. The OSU signee helped lead the Trojans to their 17th state title and the Trojan offense was one of the most balanced in the state. Nobles is the latest big time offensive lineman to come out of the Jenks program. He was dominant all year.
DL - Desean BrownDeseanBrown6'3" | DLChoctaw | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - CHOCTAW
- One of the emerging stars for Choctaw, and they had several, was defensive end Desean BrownDeseanBrown6'3" | DLChoctaw | 2022StateOK
. It didn’t take long to figure out that Brown would be one of the best defensive ends in Oklahoma. Brown would finish with 15 sacks on the season and had a memorable interception in the state title game. Brown will go into 2021 as one of the best defensive players in the state, with a very high ceiling.
DL - Isaac SmithIsaacSmith6'5" | DLWagoner | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - WAGONER
- Wagoner’s defensive unit was arguably the best unit in the state, regardless of class. Leading the way for that Bulldog defense was Texas Tech signee Isaac SmithIsaacSmith6'5" | DLWagoner | 2021StateOK
at the defensive end position. The Wagoner big man finished with well over 10 sacks and was a critical part of a Bulldog defense that shut out nearly half of their opponents. They would finish the season unbeaten with another state title.
DL - Owen OstroskiOwenOstroski6'3" | DLHolland Hall | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - HOLLAND HALL
- One of the more disruptive players in Oklahoma was Holland Hall’s Owen OstroskiOwenOstroski6'3" | DLHolland Hall | 2021StateOK
. The Dutch senior transformed himself into one of the best defensive linemen in the state, helping Holland Hall to their first state championship in school history. He had 94 tackles, 41 of those were in opposing backfields. He also had 15 sacks, 5 forced fumbles and even blocked 3 punts.
DL - Solomon WrightSolomonWright6'1" | DLVian | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - VIAN
- Everything said about Ostroski can also be said about Vian’s Solomon WrightSolomonWright6'1" | DLVian | 2021StateOK
and he’s been doing it for over two years now. Wright was once again an absolute wrecking ball for the Wolverines up front. He finished with over 50 tackles, most of those coming for a loss and 12 sacks on the season. Wright required opposing offenses to find a way to double team the Wolverine big man.
LB - Cade GibsonCadeGibson6'1" | LBMetro Christian | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - METRO CHRISTIAN
- Metro Christian’s 2019 state championship was headlined by star quarterback Asher Link. One of the underrated parts of that title team was their defense and star linebacker Cade GibsonCadeGibson6'1" | LBMetro Christian | 2021StateOK
. In 2020, Gibson was still a star and helped lead the Patriots to another state championship. The Metro standout finished with well over 100 tackles and was a force in that title game. He also chipped in at receiver when necessary.
LB - Emaud TriplettEmaudTriplett6'1" | LBOwasso | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - OWASSO
- Owasso senior linebacker Emaud TriplettEmaudTriplett6'1" | LBOwasso | 2021StateOK
came into this season as one of the absolute best at his position and on the defensive side of the ball in general. Despite dealing with nagging injuries throughout his senior campaign, Triplett was one of the best players in the state. He’s already signed with Army to play his college ball. He finished with nearly 100 tackles on the season and was an extension of the coaching staff on the field.
DB - Gage LaneyGageLaney5'11" | DBOwasso | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - OWASSO
- Owasso senior Gage LaneyGageLaney5'11" | DBOwasso | 2021StateOK
was one of, if not the best ball hawks in the state of Oklahoma this season. The Ram standout finished off his senior season with 11 interceptions on the season and also had 19 for his career. He would rewrite the record book at Owasso when it came to interceptions. Owasso had some new faces in the secondary this season but Laney was a very vocal leader and helped the Rams to an unbeaten regular season.
DB - Jaden KingJadenKing6'2" | DBBooker T Washington | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - BOOKER T WASHINGTON
- Booker T Washington has to be considered one of the absolute best programs in producing defensive backs and they’ve found their next big name. After Gentry WilliamsGentryWilliams6'0" | DBBooker T Washington | 2022StateOK
went down with a knee injury, junior Jaden KingJadenKing6'2" | DBBooker T Washington | 2022StateOK
emerged to fill that role in a big way. King was one of the state’s best ball hawks, finishing off his breakout season with nine interceptions on the season. King grabbed the state’s attention with four INT’s in one game.
DB - Jayden PatrickJaydenPatrick5'11" | DBJenks | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - JENKS
- We knew Jayden PatrickJaydenPatrick5'11" | DBJenks | 2021StateOK
would be on of the top corners in Oklahoma coming into the 2020 season but he also became one of the top receivers as well. He finished with 34 catches for 834 yards and 12 touchdowns. But Patrick was at his best as a shutdown corner. He finished the year with 33 tackles and 5 interceptions, helping Jenks to title number 17.
DB - Jordan MukesJordanMukes6'3" | DBChoctaw | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - CHOCTAW
- Coming into the 2020 season, Jordan MukesJordanMukes6'3" | DBChoctaw | 2021StateOK
had already committed to OU and was considered one of the best in Oklahoma. He backed that up in a big way and took his game to the next level, helping lead the Yellowjackets to the state title game. Mukes doesn’t have the stats as some of the other DB’s but that’s because opposing offenses wouldn’t test the Choctaw standout. Mukes would shut down opposing passing games.
DB - Kendal DanielsKendalDaniels6'4" | DBBeggs | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - BEGGS
- Similar to Patrick at Jenks, Beggs senior Kendal DanielsKendalDaniels6'4" | DBBeggs | 2021StateOK
came into this season as the best defensive back prospect in Oklahoma. However, he was also a two-way star and was the home run threat at wide receiver in the Beggs offense. But just like Patrick, Daniels was at his best when he was lining up on defense at the safety position. He had well over 100 tackles and 4 interceptions.
K - Jace GilbertJaceGilbert6'2" | KMarlow | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - MARLOW
- Oklahoma has some really good kickers right now but some of those kickers are fantastic athletes as well. That last part defines Marlow junior Jace GilbertJaceGilbert6'2" | KMarlow | 2022StateOK
. The Marlow standout is also the quarterback for the Outlaws and has put up some good numbers outside of kicking. However, when it comes to his natural position, make no mistake that Gilbert is one of the best kickers in Oklahoma.
ATH - Andrew CarneyAndrewCarney6'2" | LBCollinsville | 2022StateOK
- JUNIOR - COLLINSVILLE
- Collinsville has a three-headed monster in the junior class and the guy that leads it is quarterback Andrew CarneyAndrewCarney6'2" | LBCollinsville | 2022StateOK
. The junior quarterback was incredibly balanced in his production this fall. He threw for over 1,500 yards and 22 touchdowns. He also ran for over 1,500 yards and 25 touchdowns. Carney and the Cardinals have a bright future.
ATH - Caden HarrellCadenHarrell6'1" | LBCashion | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - CASHION
- Cashion made state history with a 16-0 record and a state championship. Leading the way was senior Caden HarrellCadenHarrell6'1" | LBCashion | 2021StateOK
, who was determined to not fall short in the title game for the second straight year. Harrell was a workhorse on both sides of the ball. He ran for over 1,600 yards and 28 touchdowns. He also led the Wildcats with 99 tackles on defense.
ATH - Camden CrooksCamdenCrooks6'0" | WRCushing | 2023StateOK
- SOPHOMORE - CUSHING
- Cushing certainly has a bright future with some of their best players being just sophomores. Cushing’s top playmaker is sophomore Camden CrooksCamdenCrooks6'0" | WRCushing | 2023StateOK
, who was a two-way star for the Tigers. He had nearly 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns receiving. He also had 100 tackles and 8 interceptions on defense. Crooks is putting together a monster career after just two years.
ATH - Luke TarmanLukeTarman6'2" | ATHBishop McGuinness | 2021StateOK
- SENIOR - BISHOP McGUINNESS
- Our final 1st Team selection can be referred to as "Mr. 2K2K". Bishop McGuinness senior quarterback Luke TarmanLukeTarman6'2" | ATHBishop McGuinness | 2021StateOK
not only brought the Irish back to another 5A championship game appearance, he put up numbers that might never be duplicated in large school football. Tarman threw for over 2,000 yards and 25 touchdowns and ran for over 2,000 yards and 28 touchdowns.