1. Clinton (12-2)
If you're looking for the Red Tornadoes' weakness, it's depth. But that's about it.
2. Wagoner (11-2)
RB Lawrence Evitt will be even more important while the Bulldogs break in a new quarterback.
3. Ada (12-1)
Looking for a new quarterback after Wyatt Robson graduated holding several Cougar passing records.
4. Douglass (7-4)
Mildren Montgomery leads an experienced offensive line that will open holes for a new running back.
5. Anadarko (13-1)
R.J. Sink is the name people know, but the Warriors return several skill players.
6. Fort Gibson (10-2)
Coach James Singleton returns eight starters on each side of the ball.
7. Cascia Hall (11-1)
Graduated a lot of stars the last few years, but the Commandos keep reloading.
8. Broken Bow (7-4)
Junior Jaylon Watson will play a key role at running back and free safety.
9. Weatherford (7-5)
Look for big things from the Eagles in coach Dan Kurtenbach's first season.
10. Glenpool (3-7)
A return to normalcy after last year's woeful season.
11. Oologah (6-5)
The Mustangs have produced several good linemen lately, and Tyler Base is next in line.
12. Catoosa (5-6)
The Indians bring back a strong group of returning starters, led by a big O-line.
13. Poteau (6-4)
Return dual-threat QB Jace Pitchford and 1,200-yard rusher Roger Barcheers.
14. Sallisaw (6-5)
Coach Craig Benson will count on a strong run game to help his young quarterback, sophomore Clint Scoufos.
15. McLoud (6-5)
A big and experienced offensive line will be the key to McLoud's success.
16. Cleveland (9-3)
Derek Reeves was one of 4A's best receivers last year, but now moves to quarterback.
17. Woodward (4-7)
Back-to-back playoff appearances have the Boomers on the right track.
18. Mannford (3-7)
The Pirates could sneak into a playoff spot in District 4A-2.
19. Tulsa McLain (7-3)
Nigel Carter and Bishop Louie are an impressive combo at both WR and DB.
20. Piedmont (5-5)
Look for a quicker pace from the Piedmont offense.
21. Elk City (2-7)
Has a chance to pick up some wins before hitting the meat of their schedule in October.
22. Vinita (3-7)
Senior Zac King will shift from receiver to quarterback.
23. Muldrow (3-7)
Hoping to break out of the rut of three consecutive three-win seasons.
24. Tecumseh (6-4)
Only two returning starters for the Savages.
25. Cache (3-7)
Coach Stacey Hunt saw good improvement in his first year, and expects more of the same in 2013.
26. Elgin (2-8)
Senior Zane Rulon will be asked to do a lot for new coach Jason Cunningham.
27. Harrah (1-9)
New coach Phil Webb hopes to get the Panthers back in the playoff hunt.
28. Stilwell (1-9)
Senior Greg Behnam leads the defense at linebacker.
29. Santa Fe South (1-9)
Looking for progress in coach James Whitley's second season.
30. Tulsa Webster (1-9)
Not much room to breathe on the Warriors' brutal schedule.
31. Miami (0-10)
New coach James Cheatham has enough returning talent to post some wins.
32. Tulsa Rogers (1-9)
The Ropers have a chance to build some confidence against a favorable nondistrict schedule.