The Oklahoman's final Super 30 ranking of the top 30 prospects in the state before signing day, Feb. 1
1. Alex Ross, committed to Oklahoma
RB, Jenks, 6-1, 205 (2)
Ross insists he'll compete for playing time after suffering collarbone injuries during his senior season.
2. Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma
WR, Heritage Hall, 5-10, 175 (3)
Shepard's height might've kept him from making a jump nationally but he showed this season and in the Under Armour All-America Game that he belongs among the best.
3. Barry Sanders, Stanford
RB, Heritage Hall, 5-11, 195 (1)
Chose Stanford over OSU, Alabama and Florida State, making his official announcement at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl earlier this month.
4. Kevin Peterson, Oklahoma
DB, Wagoner, 5-11, 170 (8)
Patience paid off as the Sooners came calling once his senior season ended.
5. Donovan Roberts, Arkansas
RB, Norman, 6-0, 200 (4)
Stood firm on Razorbacks commitment after receiving OU offer.
6. Cayman Bundage, Arizona
OL, Douglass, 6-2, 293 (5)
Opening-game performance against DeSoto (Texas) showed Bundage was among elite.
7. Keon Hatcher, Arkansas
WR, Owasso, 6-2, 205 (22)
Visiting Arkansas, where he's been committed since preseason, this weekend after OSU visit last weekend made his decision difficult.
8. Michael Onuoha
DE, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-5, 225 (29)
Biggest riser, an top uncommitted prospect, on the list will choose between Missouri and OU in the days before signing day.
9. Blake Belcher, Tulsa
OL, Guthrie, 6-6, 271 (6)
Only official visit was to Tulsa despite offers from Arizona, Iowa State, Oregon State and Stanford among others.
10. Daniel Burton, Iowa State
OL, Putnam North, 6-4, 270 (13)
Grew up a fan of OSU and admits to being torn when Cyclones upset Cowboys late in the season.
11. Zac Veatch, Oklahoma State
TE, Broken Arrow, 6-4, 245 (19)
Veatch is a physical, bruising tight end who also made a significant impact at defensive end for the Tigers.
12. Ashton Henderson
DT, Jenks, 6-1, 315 (7)
New Mexico and Arkansas State have jumped on Henderson late after early Louisville offer.
13. Michael Thomas, Tulsa
DB, Lawton MacArthur, 6-1, 195 (9)
Size could lead to a position switch at the next level for the versatile Thomas.
14. Andrew Long, Air Force
RB, Southmoore, 5-9, 180 (14)
Size kept major programs away but consistently made plays when he was healthy during his career.
15. Zack Robinson, Oregon State
WR, Sequoyah Tahlequah, 6-2, 195 (NR)
Robinson, who might wind up as a DB in college, is much more than the top target for 2013 QB Brayden Scott.
16. Conner Sherwood, Tulsa
LB, Tulsa, 6-2, 218 (16)
Committed to the Golden Hurricane early and never wavered as he turned in an outstanding senior season.
17. Damian Gibson, Tulsa
DE, Tulsa East Central, 6-4, 250 (17)
Had 112 tackles and six sacks as a senior while also catching six touchdown passes from the tight end spot.
18. Jared Collins, Arkansas
DB, Tulsa Washington, 6-0, 170 (25)
A burner with 4.4 speed, Collins will continue the pipeline from Washington to Fayetteville, Ark.
19. George Kittle, Norman
WR, Norman, 6-4, 200 (27)
Two-sport standout and son of OU assistant Bruce Kittle could attract late attention in addition to Air Force offer.
20. Levi Copelin, Missouri
DB, Broken Arrow, 6-2, 170 (NR)
Kevin Sumlin's departure from Houston opened the door to Missouri to swoop in and pick up a commitment from Copelin.
21. Justin Wilson
DT, Luther, 6-0, 328 (28)
Attention has slowed on Wilson after early offers from Tulsa and Ohio but a dominant senior season after spending junior year in Georgia figures to land him somewhere.
22. Victor Williams, Dartmouth
WR, Muskogee, 5-9, 165 (15)
Like Long, size kept some higher profile programs away but the versatile Williams turned in big numbers against tough competition as a senior.
23. Joniko Thomas
CB, Tulsa Union, 5-11, 175 (NR)
Injuries limited Thomas considerably at Union but when healthy, showed the ability of a defensive playmaker.
24. Sheldon Wilson, NEO
RB, Anadarko, 5-10, 170 (18)
Would be much higher with D-I qualification but figures to attract major attention in two years if things go well in Miami.
25. James Flanders, Tulsa
RB, Midwest City, 5-10, 181 (NR)
Undersized but all he ever did for Midwest City was make things happen, including a pair of six-touchdown games as a senior.
26. Marc Robinson
LB, Millwood, 5-10, 216 (30)
116 tackles, six sacks and four interceptions as a seniors haven't translated into offers for the Heritage Hall transfer.
27. Ricky Reeves
DB, Midwest City, 5-11, 175 (10)
Reeves, who visited South Dakota this weekend, had 61 tackles and six sacks as a senior.
28. Ramsey Hamilton
QB, Beggs, 6-2, 180 (12)
Hamilton's future might be at another position, possibly in the defensive backfield.
29. Daniel Schwarz, Tulsa
K, Lawton MacArthur, 6-1, 183 (NR)
Big-time offers, including Alabama and Texas, could sway Schwarz away from early Tulsa commit.
30. Demarious Littles
CB, Lawton, 6-2, 170 (NR)
Late start and senior-season injuries kept him off the radar but upside is high.
Note: Previous ranking in parentheses.