1. Blanchard (13-1)
Will last year's state champs fall victim to the wide-open class that is 3A?
2. Kingfisher (14-1)
The team that was heavily favored last year made it to the state title game but lost and comes back this year for another shot.
3. Seminole (12-1)
The Chieftains were unstoppable last season until they met Kingfisher.
4. Heritage Hall (8-4)
Wes Welker is doing big things in the NFL, and so is his alma mater. Led by quarterback Connor McGinnis, the Chargers are set to make a deep run in the playoffs.
5. Tuttle (10-2)
The only team to beat last year's state champion starts off in a good position to make a run.
6. Victory Christian (10-1)
Keats Calhoon, Keats Calhoon and more Keats Calhoon. The quarterback threw for 2,577 yards and 18 TDs as a freshman last season.
7. Cushing (8-3)
Could running back Gage Stallworth rush for even more than the 2,500 yards he piled up last season?
8. Berryhill (9-2)
DE/TE Jeremy Smith, who has committed to Tulsa, could have an even bigger year after finishing last season with 140 tackles and five sacks.
9. Metro Christian (10-3)
Will host Berryhill in what could be a crucial Week 10 matchup.
10. Sequoyah-Claremore (7-6)
The Eagles are looking to improve on last year's run to the state quarterfinals.
11. Jones (11-3)
The Longhorns deal with losing David Cornwell, one of the top QB recruits in the country, after he transferred to Norman North.
12. Bristow (7-4)
The Pirates have high expectations with Brett Jones taking over as coach.
13. Stigler (10-3)
The Panthers look for their third-straight 10-win season
14. Plainview (9-3)
Look to second-year starter Taber Jordan to launch the Indians through the season with his arm.
15. Lincoln Christian (7-4)
After being sidelined because of injury, TE/WR/LB Tim Schwoegler is back to help his team.
16. Hilldale (11-2)
A favorite by the coaches to be the best in their district.
17. Sequoyah-Tahlequah (0-10*)
The Indians grow under new coach Shane Richardson.
18. Beggs (6-5)
New coach Lee Blankenship will lead the Demons after a subpar 2012 season.
19. Purcell (4-6)
New coach Greg Willis is hoping to restore the Dragons' winning tradition.
20. Bethany (4-6)
The Bronchos try to improve on a 1-5 district record from last season.
21. Dewey (5-5)
Can RB/DB Jared Fink get the Bulldogs over the .500 mark in 2013?
22. Roland (9-3)
Returns talented two-way starter Austin Cantrell at TE and DE.
23. Madill (11-1)
After losing 21 to graduation, the young Wildcats could struggle early.
24. Perkins-Tryon (5-6)
RB Tyler Taff carries the team with the yards earned from his feet.
25. Newcastle (4-7)
The Racers play in their final season in Class 3A before moving to Class 4A.
26. Verdigris (10-2)
The Cardinals adapt to a coaching change.
27. Star Spencer (5-6)
Could this be another losing season for the Bobcats?
28. Pauls Valley (5-6)
The Panthers will learn to adapt to new coach Bill Green.
29. Keys (Park Hill) (7-4)
Could Gary Willis and the Cougars struggle this season?
30. John Marshall (0-10)
New coach Rashaun Woods starts changing this team with the help of fourth-year QB starter Devion Smith.
31. Marlow (4-7)
Coach Jeremy Gage tries to get his team above .500 for the first time in his four years at the helm.
32. Sulphur (4-6)
The team returns plenty of experienced players, including TB/DB Nate Johnson, who rushed for 1067 yards last season, but lacks depth.
33. Spiro (6-5)
Look to LB Cole McKinney to help the team's lack of depth with his tackles.
34. Lone Grove (5-6)
The Longhorns look for improvement under new coach Jeremy Turner after getting routed by Kingfisher in the first round of the playoffs last year.
35. Morris (4-7)
The Eagles look to improve their number of home victories after winning just two at home last season.
36. Chandler (5-5)
New coach Zack Smith tries to coach up a small 3A roster.
37. Henryetta (5-6)
Four of the Knights' last five games come on the road.
38. Checotah (7-3)
Coach Brandon Turley hasn't had a season below .500 since 2007.
39. Locust Grove (5-5)
OL/DL Ryan Woolman will be the biggest force on the squad
40. Jay (7-4)
WR Kong Vang may be small — he's only 135 pounds — but he's the speed of the Bulldogs.
41. Mount St. Mary (3-7)
Former offensive coordinator Mark Little returns as a defensive coordinator to try and ignite a spark in the Rockets.
42. Bridge Creek (3-6)
Like father, like son. Greg Wallis takes over the head-coaching position from his dad to bring a new start for the Bobcats.
43. Heavener (5-5)
After throwing for 1,000-plus yards his sophomore year, Dillan Stallings returns at quarterback to help push the pack.
44. Okmulgee (3-7)
The Bulldogs' numbers are up, and coach Kevin Gordon will try to push his team farther in his second year.
45. Eufaula (1-9)
The Ironheads look to improve on a 1-6 district record.
46. Bethel (3-7)
The Wildcats have a new coach for the fourth time in five years; this time it's 28-year-old Jason Madonna.
47. Inola (4-6)
The Longhorns' Mason Stookey can dead lift 415 pounds. But does the rest of his team have the strength to make it over .500?
48. Idabel (2-8)
Despite 15 returning starters, the Warriors have concerns about depth.
49. Sperry (3-7)
The Pirates lack team speed, and that hurts just as much as it did last year.
50. Dickson (4-6)
Coach Jeremy Reed hopes his senior class can turn things around.
51. Centennial (3-7)
In coach Don Willis' second season, his quarterback and receiver lead the way once again.
52. Little Axe (3-7)
If the Indians' defense falls into place, so will a few more victories.
53. Westville (2-8)
Running back Gavon Beach runs a 4.4 40-yard dash. Will teams in 3A-7 be able to catch him?
54. Valliant (3-7)
After ending last year with four straight losses, the Bulldogs look to bounce back in 2013.
55. Prague (1-9)
The Red Devils look for a district victory after going winless in District 3A-2 last season.
56. Kellyville (0-10)
Coach Kelly Anderson's second year was a struggle but maybe the Ponies' coach can return his team to .500.
57. Blackwell (0-10)
Coach Josh Nation is back after a one-year hiatus with the Maroons.
58. Atoka (1-9)
The Wampus Cats lost their coach just four days before the start of practice, leaving already struggling Atoka even more frustrated.
*Forfeited nine wins for OSSAA rules violation.