1. Laverne (14-0)
State champs return talented backfield.
2. Fox (12-1)
Quarterback Taylor Townsend leads a high-powered offense.
3. Wetumka (11-1)
Loaded team returns seven starters on each side of the ball.
4. Rejoice Christian (11-2)
Large numbers will provide good depth.
5. Pond Creek-Hunter (12-2)
Productive offense returns six starters.
6. Woodland (7-3)
Cole and Layne Brumley lead dynamic offense.
7. Dewar (7-3)
Talented defense led by Ethan Been.
8. Alex (9-2)
Six defensive starters return.
9. Garber (9-3)
LB Trenton Harmon recorded 211 tackles last season.
10. Davenport (9-3)
Three of first four games are against playoff teams.
11. Weleetka (6-5)
Success will depend on playing well up front.
12. Ringwood (5-5)
Explosive Shotgun Wing-T lead by RB Eudaldo Gomez.
13. Coyle (8-3)
Dual-threat QB Ryan Weathers heads speedy offense.
14. Keota (9-3)
RB/LB Seth Bryant and FB/LB Rylan Drummonds provide power and speed.
15. Paoli (6-5)
Strong senior class lead by RB Joe Gibson.
16. Seiling (4-6)
The state's all-time winningest coach, Bruce Hendrickson, hopes to add to his 351 victories in his return to Seiling.
17. Welch (6-5)
Tra Dodson returns to start his third season at QB.
18. OCA (4-6)
Coach Grey Powell brings in new offensive system.
19. South Coffeyville (5-5)
Senior class is deep and talented.
20. Covington-Douglas (5-5)
Young team with only nine upperclassmen on roster hopes to return to playoffs.
21. Central Marlow (7-4)
Kevin Harris is one of the top RBs in the class.
22. Merritt (6-5)
FB/LB Pierson Waugh and RB/LB Cody Pruitt are two-way standouts.
23. Agra (6-4)
Coming off first winning season in school history.
24. Cyril (6-4)
New coach Josh O'Brien installing balanced offense.
25. Porum (3-7)
Returning six starters on each sides of the ball.
26. Canton (4-6)
Offense will be based around RB Kendal Schoonmaker.
27. Waurika (4-6)
Team will follow the lead of RB Austin Masoner.
28. Cave Springs (3-7)
Solid offensive line will help skill players.
29. Oaks (4-6)
Line play will be a strength.
30. Gans (4-6)
Will rely on skill position athleticism.
31. Allen (2-8)
Moving standout Justin Deaton to QB.
32. Strother (1-9)
Kaleb Kerley lead team in rushing and receiving last season.
33. Copan (1-9)
Must find playmakers to compete.
34. Medford (1-9)
Switching to 3-3 defense to use speed more effectively.
35. Bowlegs (2-8)
Games at Davenport and Wetumka make for tough district schedule.
36. Geary (1-9)
Looking to improve after gaining experience in 2012.
37. Macomb (0-10)
QB Josh Browning leads spread offense.
38. Watts (1-9)
New coach Shawn Dismuke inserting no-huddle offense.
39. Waukomis (1-9)
Twenty-one of 30 players will be underclassmen.