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Super 30 Watch: Kai Callins and Guthrie in action at Deer Creek

Guthrie RB/WR Kai Callins, No. 30 on the Super 30, is still without an offer coming off last year's ACL injury. But he has shown his knee is healthy, so games like these are big for him to show recruiters what he can do against tough competition.
by Scott Wright Published: October 24, 2013
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photo - Guthrie running back Kai Callins was injured in the 2012 season opener and missed the rest of the season.Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman Archives
Guthrie running back Kai Callins was injured in the 2012 season opener and missed the rest of the season.Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman Archives

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:

Game of the week: No. 5 Deer Creek hosts No. 1 Guthrie in a Class 5A showdown, and college scouts will be taking note, too. Guthrie RB/WR Kai Callins, No. 30 on the Super 30, is still without an offer coming off last year's ACL injury. But he has shown his knee is healthy, so games like these are big for him to show recruiters what he can do against tough competition. Meanwhile, Deer Creek has some prospects gaining interest, including DE Eli Hooks, DB Caden Sander and kicker Dillon Noble.

Magic Wand: Next year's Super 30 is likely to include Edmond Memorial running back Warren Wand, who has been on a tear lately. Bulldog defensive back Ashton Antwine is gaining interest with a strong senior season, netting three offers, including Washington State. Memorial travels to Southmoore, which has some Super 30 stars of its own. WR Jalen Adams is No. 15 on the list with several offers, while running backs Jaelon Walker and Pierce Spead aren't far outside the top 30.

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by Scott Wright
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A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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