13. Fort Gibson (5-6)
Full O-line returns to block for QB J.R. Singleton and RB Jake Gandara.
14. Harrah (8-3)
Deeper and more athletic than any Panther team in coach Greg Willis' five seasons.
15. Woodward (6-6)
Linebacker Kyler Ferguson will be key in the middle of a defense with only two starters back.
16. Tulsa McLain (6-4)
Looking to build on last year's strong defense that keyed a playoff run.
17. Tecumseh (4-6)
Protecting QB Colton Owen will be key for young offensive line.
18. Elk City (6-4)
Young in some key spots, the Elks don't play a home game until Week 5.
19. Piedmont (6-5)
Wildcats trying to build on playoff appearance heading into coach Craig Church's second year.
20. Poteau (4-6)
A 24-year coaching veteran, Greg Werner takes over a Pirate squad with 16 returning starters.
21. Vinita (4-6)
Potentially potent air attack led by QB Gage Bertram.
22. Muldrow (3-7)
Back-to-back wins closing the 2011 season should boost confidence early this season.
23. Elgin (4-6)
OL/DL Austin Hogg anchors the Owls' front lines.
24. Miami (4-6)
The Wardogs are hoping to get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2008.
25. Cleveland (5-5)
QB/DB Chas Stallard is a fourth-year starter for the Tigers.
26. Tulsa Webster (3-7)
Several starters back as the Warriors try to improve on last year's three wins.
27. Cache (1-9)
Stacey Hunt replaces Barry Foster as coach.
28. Stilwell (1-9)
Young roster showing signs of life for new coach Jeff Brown.
29. Santa Fe South (3-7)
The Saints must try to duplicate the strong offensive performances of the last two seasons.
30. McLoud (0-10)
Junior QB Joseph Woods could key turnaround for the Redskins.
31. Mannford (0-10)
New coach Eddy Scott hopes to take advantage of the Pirates' team speed.
32. Tulsa Rogers (DNP)
Back to varsity football after the school was closed for a year; no seniors on the current roster.
By Scott Wright