1. Caddo (9-3)
Bruins lost to eventual state champion Cherokee in the semifinals last year.
2. Wetumka (11-3)
Junior RB Derrick Moore rushed for over 2,000 yards last season, when Wetumka was the Class B runner-up.
3. Kiefer (11-2)
Trojans lost to Wetumka in the 2010 Class B semifinals.
4. Davenport (10-2)
Brothers Mike and Matt Miller man the offensive and defensive backfields for the Bulldogs.
5. Dewar (12-1)
Dragons had a perfect regular season in 2010 but were beaten by eventual state champion Cherokee in the semifinals.
6. Garber (5-5)
Junior QB Jordan Avantz returns for the young Wolverines.
7. Laverne (10-2)
District B-1 coaches picked the Tigers to win their loaded district, which includes the last three state champs.
8. Cherokee (14-0)
Defending champs return five starters, including senior WR/DB Derek Richmond.
9. Depew (9-2)
QB Robert Lame, RB Roy Lewis and RB Sonny Stafford all rushed for over 1,000 yards last season.
10. Fox (9-3)
Foxes only lost three seniors fom last year's Class B quarterfinal team.
11. Welch (8-3)
Wildcats return 12 starters and are senior loaded.
12. Seiling (5-6)
Snuck into the 2010 playoffs after emerging from a three-way tie in brutal District B-1.
13. Pond Creek-Hunter (8-3)
Junior WR/DB Brady Krittenbrink is a player to watch in Class B.
14. Alex (6-5)
Longhorns lost in the first round of last year's playoffs.
15. Gans (7-4)
Grizzlies were shut out by Kiefer in last year's first round of the playoffs.
16. Summit Christian (6-5)
Eagles won their first six games and lost their last five in 2010.
17. Central Marlow (7-4)
Bronchos' RB Ashton Wright rushed for 900 yards and 14 TDs last year.
18. Allen (6-4)
Mustangs return nine starters, including senior QB Brady Caldwell.
19. Weleetka (5-5)
Outlaws return all 16 starters, but must improve on defense.
20. Bowlegs (5-5)
DE Dalton Presley is a four-year starter.
21. Paoli (5-5)
Senior Jerry Johnson was a 1,000-yard rusher last season.
22. Keota (4-6)
Lions return eight starters but have a young offensive line.
23. Cyril (6-4)
Just missed the 2010 playoffs with a 5-4 district record.
24. Watts (6-3)
Watts barely missed the playoffs last season.
25. Geary (5-5)
Will be fighting for a playoff spot in the tough District B-1.
26. Oaks (5-5)
Quarterback Jeremiah Snell is back for his senior season.
27. South Coffeyville (4-6)
Lions scored 234 and gave up 399 points in 2010.
28. Wesleyan Christian (3-7)
Mustangs open the 2011 season at home against Boulevard Christian.
29. Canton (3-7)
Tigers open the season at home against Class C's Forgan.
30. Macomb (2-8)
Team will play in its own stadium for the first time to open the season against Carney.
31. Merritt (2-8)
Oilers open the season at home against Corn Bible.
32. Oklahoma Christian Academy (2-8)
Eagles ended 2010 on a good note — a 45-0 win over Sasakwa.
33. Ringwood (1-9)
Red Devils open the season at Class C power Timberlake.
34. Canadian (1-8)
Cougars get early test in district play against 2010 Class B runner up Wetumka.
35. Agra (1-9)
Team's lone win in 2010 came against Copan in Week 9.
36. Sasakwa (1-9)
Vikings open the season with a tough test at Allen.
37. Victory Life (1-7)
Early test for the Eagles at Gans in Week 2.
38. Copan (1-9)
Team's one 2010 win came in Week 7 against Wesleyan Christian.
39. Cave Springs (0-9)
Hornets scored just 28 points in all of last season.
40. Kremlin-Hillsdale (0-10)
Broncs will try to bounce back from a winless 2010.