Looking for the chance to see some of the state's top college prospects in action under the Friday night lights? Here are a few places to find some:
Backyard Bowl: If there's a ball in the air at the Jenks-Union game at Tulsa University on Friday night, there's likely a Super 30 prospect trying to catch it. Union's pair of Oklahoma commits, WR Jeffery Mead and TE Carson Meier, will be battling Jenks' safety duo of Steven Parker, the state's top recruit who remains uncommitted, and Oklahoma State-bound Dylan Harding. Jenks also has junior DT Marquise Overton, who stands to be a top five candidate for next year's Super 30.
Recent riser: Edmond Memorial will host Enid on Friday night at Wantland Stadium. Memorial has a top 2015 prospect in RB Warren Wand, but senior DB Ashton Antwine's recruiting profile has been on the rise of late. He wasn't on the last edition of the Super 30, but Washington State, Navy and South Dakota have offered since then.
Ram-Rough: The Muskogee Roughers at Owasso Rams game could lend itself to some interesting matchups of Super 30 talent. Owasso will have tight end Cameron Oliver and 6-foot-4 receiver John Cole Neph looking for pass-catching opportunities, while Muskogee's Tramal Ivy, a 6-foot-4 safety who is being recruited as a defensive end, is roaming around the secondary.
And one for Saturday: Don't forget about Saturday afternoon's Soul Bowl, Douglass at Millwood at 1 p.m., which will feature Douglass DE Deondre Clark (LSU) and offensive tackle Mildren Montgomery (Texas Tech), as well as Millwood's Cameron Batson (Texas Tech) and WR/DB Alfonzo McMillian.
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