1. Millwood (10-2)
New coach Darwin Franklin stepped into a great situation, taking over perhaps the most talented team in the class.
2. Davis (14-1)
Several starters return from last season's runner-up team, including leading tackler Braden Ruth.
3. OCS (14-1)
The Saints are still loaded after winning the title last season, but replacing graduated QB Austin Brooks will be key.
4. Vian (13-1)
QB/LB Rylee Simon returns with experienced lineman after falling short of a title last season despite crazy offensive numbers.
5. Hennessey (10-3)
Coach Rick Luetjen isn't going to shy from the running game, even with senior Dylan Hatchel under center.
6. Stroud (11-2)
Tigers are leaning on new starters Marc Gooch at QB and Alex Boodt at running back.
7. Frederick (13-1)
New coach Graham Snelding is implementing a new offense one year after the Bombers' offense was nearly unstoppable.
8. Commerce (11-2)
Team leader DC Chance returns in the backfield after rushing for 1,452 yards last season as the Tigers look to make another playoff run.
9. Alva (8-4)
The duo of QB Ty Hooper and WR Riley Hess will be tough to stop, and the linebacker duo of Cade Pfleider and Joby Allen will be tough to miss.
10. Adair (12-1)
The Warriors return five starters on the offensive line after a deep playoff run last season.
11. Nowata (9-3)
Defensive lineman Skyler Wood anchors a stingy defense that helped the Ironmen win nine games last season after a winless 2011.
12. Washington (8-4)
Dual-threat QB Brock Harmon has eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark in both passing and rushing the past two seasons.
13. Okemah (10-2)
The Panthers look to dominate up front with all five offensive lineman returning alongside tight end Colby Shandy.
14. Kansas (9-3)
Young team has set high goals, and the veteran guidance of senior linebacker Casey Ambrister will only help along the way.
15. Hartshorne (7-4)
Miners are looking for their sixth straight trip to the playoffs.
16. Lindsay (8-4)
Longtime assistant John Inman takes over a squad hoping the return of Zevan Schmidt from injury will aid another playoff run.
17. Meeker (7-5)
Ten starters return, including quarterback Jake Standlee and running back Dallas Jackson.
18. Colcord (6-5)
The Hornets enter the season with a quarterback battle, but return speedster Brandon Harper at running back.
19. Christian Heritage (5-6)
Senior QB Colton Lindsey leads the way as the Crusaders look to maneuver through a tough district.
20. Lexington (7-3)
The Bulldogs return nine starters on each side of the ball, but coach Jeff Hall is concerned with depth behind them.
21. Dibble (4-6)
Tazden Jevons is often the best player on the field, and the Demons should benefit from that.
22. Haskell (7-4)
Four-year starting quarterback Alex Wheeland headlines a solid group of high-powered offensive players.
23. Hinton (6-4)
Quarterback Jacob Spady is receiving a lot of state college interest, and for good reason as he's coming off a stellar junior season.
24. Hugo (4-6)
Trey Johnson has improved over the summer and will lead a veteran-laden group that could slide into the playoffs.
25. Kingston (5-6)
Linebackers Danny Charlie and Tanner Howard nearly combined for 200 tackles last season, and could top that this season.
26. Marietta (4-7)
Ceasor Gomez and Ezequiel Sanchez highlight a tough, physical defense.
27. Crooked Oak (4-7)
The Ruf-Nex look to continue their improvement in their second year of the option offense.
28. Comanche (5-6)
The Indians are toying with their offensive scheme and considering using multiple quarterbacks to help move the ball.
29. Coalgate (6-4)
The Wildcats are big up front, but coach Dustin Newberry said they are young at the skill positions, which could be a hindrance.
30. Caney Valley (8-3)
The Trojans made the playoffs for the first time in 30 years last season, but they also graduated a lot of talent.
31. Hobart (5-5)
Former Sooner and Hobart native Phil Dalke takes over the program and is bringing multiple sets to each side of the ball.
32. Chisholm (5-5)
As quarterback Taggart Brown has improved, so have the Longhorns.
33. Newkirk (3-7)
The Tigers were hit with the injury bug last season, but now OL Andrew Leaming is healthy along with Brendan McDonald.
34. Pocola (5-6)
Linebackers Anthony Clopton and Hayden Hindmarsh comprise a formidable duo on defense.
35. Perry (6-5)
The Maroons have a new coach one year after putting up prolific numbers on offense.
36. Panama (4-7)
The Razorbacks have a wealth of experience back with 19 total starters returning in hope of another playoff run.
37. Tonkawa (5-5)
The Buccaneers fell just shy of the playoffs last season and with a district featuring Hennessey and Alva, it could be tough again.
38. Mangum (3-7)
Mangum coach Larry Lewis has been impressed with team's strength, but lack of size and depth are an issue.
39. Chelsea (2-8)
The Green Dragons are leaning on a sophomore quarterback, Zach Eidschun, while hoping to develop their offensive line.
40. Pawhuska (4-7)
There are a lot of questions marks on defense for the Huskies with only two returning starters after a first-round exit last season.
41. Mounds (3-7)
The Golden Eagles' defense is depleted after graduation, but the emergence of junior QB Shane Milam is a bright spot.
42. Salina (4-6)
Three-sport star Cale Backward looks to carry the load for the Wildcats at quarterback.
43. Wyandotte (5-6)
QB Ryan Garrett looks to improve his passing ability after scoring four TDs on the ground last season.
44. Wilburton (4-6)
The Diggers are moving to the spread offense under first-year coach Frank Marsaln.
45. Ketchum (2-8)
New coach Mark Dicus will rely heavily on junior QB Zach Royal.
46. Oklahoma Union (3-6)
The Cougars look to control the run game on both sides of the ball.
47. Luther (2-8)
QB/LB Seth Stivers returns after missing last season with an injury.
48. Northeast (1-9)
Junior Elijah Bronner looks to emerge for the Vikings at quarterback and wide receiver.
49. Konawa (1-9)
Coach Tim Reeder is hoping multiple sets on the offense will help the Tigers improve after a disappointing 2012.
50. Chouteau (2-8)
The Wildcats are moving to a 3-5 defensive set in hopes of improving.
51. Quapaw (2-8)
The Tigers return a good amount of players but are buried in a tough district with Commerce, Kansas and Colcord.
52. Hulbert (3-7)
First-year coach Gary Riley has a full slate as he will remain the cross country and baseball coach.
53. Antlers (0-10)
New coach Kenny Speer will look to improve the Bearcats with the aid of his son, Zach, who was a standout QB at Henryetta.
54. Tishomingo (0-10)
DeVante Lawson returns after missing most of last season with an injury, and he will be relied on heavily.
55. Holdenville (1-9)
The Wolverines look to improve with a plethora of returning starters.
56. Wellston (1-9)
Linebacker Christopher Murphy returns after recording more than 100 tackles last season.
57. Pawnee (1-9)
The Blackbears haven't made the playoffs since 2009 and will look to dual-threat QB Marlon Houston Jr. to lead them back.
58. Riverside (1-9)
Sampson Funmaker (6-2, 225) and Matt Clark (6-1, 265) provide a big presence up front for the Braves.