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All-State football: The Oklahoman's past offensive and defensive players of the year

Taking a look at past winners of The Oklahoman's offensive and defensive players of the year awards.
Published: December 12, 2012


2011: Sheldon Wilson, Anadarko

2010: Aliston Cobb, Douglass

2009: Demarco Cobbs, Tulsa Central

2008: Jeremy Smith, Tulsa Union

2007: Kye Staley, Guthrie

2006: Gerald Jones, Millwood

2005: Matt Edmonds, Mustang

2004: J.R. Moore, Carl Albert

2003: Reggie Smith, Edmond Santa Fe

2002: Donovan Woods, Millwood

2001: Matt Warren, Putnam City North

2000: Kejuan Jones, Jenks

1999: Wes Welker, Heritage Hall

1998: Josh Blankenship, Tulsa Union

1997: Matt Holliday, Stillwater

1996: Jarrod Reese, Seminole

1995: Justin Matthews, John Marshall

1994: Justin Fuente, Tulsa Union

1993: Marcus Nash, Edmond Memorial

1992: James Allen, Wynnewood

1991: Trent Fisher, Putnam North

1990: Rafeal Denson, Ardmore

1989: Cale Gundy, Midwest City

1988: Dewell Brewer, Lawton

1987: Dewell Brewer, Lawton

1986: Glen Bell, Muskogee

1985: Mike Gundy, Midwest City

1984: Glen Braxton, Idabel

1983: Lydell Carr, Enid

1982: Glynn Walker, Clinton

1981: Mike Cutter, Putnam West

1980: Brad Calip, Hobart

1979: Brent Dennis, Blanchard

1978: Reuben Jones, Tulsa McLain

1977: Kelly Phelps, Putnam City, and Scott Tinsley, Putnam West

1976: Steve Hammond Del City

1975: J.C. Watts, Eufaula

1974: Joe Hough, Putnam City

1973: Melvin Barrens, Tulsa Washington

1972: Joe McReynolds, Purcell

1971: Larry Briggs, Vian

1970: Edward Gholson, Lawton

1969: John Winesberry, Tulsa Washington

1968: James Williams, Clinton

1967: Roy Bell, Clinton

1966: Dale Holt, Enid

1965: Rick Baldridge, Lawton, and Steve Owens, Miami

1964: San Toi DeBose, Star Spencer

1963: Jim Burger, Lindsay

1962: Ben Hart, Douglass

1961: Mike Ringer, Pauls Valley

1960: Pete Mosley, Miami

1959: Mike Miller, Northwest Classen, and Jay Wilkinson, Norman

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