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Class 4A preseason All-State football team

Find out who made The Oklahoman’s Class 4A preseason All-State team.
by Jacob Unruh Published: August 26, 2014


Pos.; Player, school; Cl.; Ht.; Wt.

QB; J.R. Singleton, Fort Gibson; Sr.; 6-1; 198

RB; Roger Barcheers, Poteau; Jr.; 5-8; 175

RB; Marquiz Simpkins, Clinton; Sr.; 5-10; 185

WR; Bryson Garcia, McLoud; Sr.; 6-0; 195

WR; Reece Lambert, Cascia Hall; Sr.; 5-11; 168

TE; Tim Simpson, Ada; Sr.; 5-11; 212

OL; Jordan Baker, Glenpool; Sr.; 6-3; 260

OL; Mark Garner, Poteau; Sr.; 6-6; 310

OL; Brent Girdner, Stilwell; Jr.; 6-4; 230

OL; Logan Roberson, Harrah; Jr.; 6-5; 300

OL; Aaron Smith, McLoud; Sr.; 6-3; 370


Pos.; Player, school; Cl.; Ht.; Wt.

DL; Malik Boardingham, Anadarko; Sr.; 6-3; 200

DL; Zach Duncan, Oologah; Sr.; 6-0; 265

DL; Jaylon Watson, Broken Bow; Sr.; 6-1; 225

LB; Austin Archey, Poteau; Jr.; 6-1; 220

LB; Jacob Hoffman, Weatherford; Sr.; 5-8; 205

LB; Roman Rodriguez, Wagoner; Sr.; 5-11; 195

LB; Tramayne Wauahdooah, Anadarko; Sr.; 6-0; 200

DB; Casey Freeman, Newcastle; Sr.; 6-2; 195

DB; Jake Koenig, Metro Christian; Jr.; 5-11; 185

DB; Josh Parton, Anadarko; Sr.; 5-9; 160

DB; Lane Reazin, Woodward; Sr.; 6-3; 192

Special teams

Pos.; Player, school; Cl.; Ht.; Wt.

K; Ty Stonebraker, Tuttle; Sr.; 5-9; 160

P; Corey Kilby, Ada; Sr.; 6-7; 185

KR; Jimmy McKinney, Oologah; Jr.; 6-1; 215

by Jacob Unruh
Jacob Unruh is a graduate of Northeastern State University. He was born in Cherokee and raised near Vera where he attended Caney Valley High School.During his tenure at NSU, Unruh wrote for The Northeastern (NSU's student newspaper), the...
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