The 2014 class in Oklahoma is widely considered one of the deepest in years. More than 20 players already have Division I offers and many more are likely to receive them before signing day next February. Here are the top 30 recruits in the state, as of now, for the class. The Oklahoman's Super 30 will be updated several times between now and signing day.
1. Steven Parker, DB, Jenks, 6-2, 185
The Trojans' tall defensive back keeps gaining attention from every corner of the country.
2. Deondre Clark, DE, Douglass, 6-3, 240
Just like Parker, Clark will have his choice of colleges; Alabama and Florida have offered in the last two months.
3. David Cornwell, QB, Norman North, 6-5, 235
Eligibility concerns still loom after transfer from Jones, but Cornwell has plenty of schools pursuing him.
4. Justice Hansen, QB, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-3, 200
Picked OU over Texas A&M in April.
5. Gyasi Akem, LB, Broken Arrow, 6-1, 210
Joined teammate Devon Thomas when he committed to OSU last month.
6. Jeffrey Mead, WR, Tulsa Union, 6-5, 175
A gifted athlete with a long body, Mead continues to pick up offers, with a dozen so far.
7. Devon Thomas, RB, Broken Arrow, 5-11, 210
OSU's first commitment of the 2014 class, Thomas looks to return to form on the field after a frustrating junior year.
8. Jordan Brailford, DE, Tulsa Washington, 6-3, 220
Another riser this spring, he has offers from Tulsa, Washington State and Baylor.
9. Carson Meier, TE, Tulsa Union, 6-7, 220
Meier wasn't on February's Super 30 but made a big jump with six spring offers, including Oregon State, Rutgers and Washington State.
10. Payton Prince, TE, Norman North, 6-4, 237
A good mix of power and agility, Prince's first offer came from Tulsa.
11. Tramal Ivy, DE, Muskogee, 6-4, 215
A long and fast linebacker/defensive end hybrid, Ivy is still looking for his first offer.
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