Devanta Johnson's return after brief transfer gives Braves a boost.
14. Bishop McGuinness (10-3)
Eight returning starters on offense but just three on defense.
15. Pryor (9-3)
Jason Freeman takes over Tigers, who surprised last year with second-round run.
16. Durant (5-6)
WR/RB Dakota Diessner is a versatile threat in Lions' offense.
17. Chickasha (5-5)
Strong group of linemen return as Chicks look to make playoffs for first time since 2006.
18. El Reno (3-7)
Six starters return on defensive side for team that barely missed playoffs.
19. Collinsville (4-6)
Defense figures to be the strength for the Cardinals.
20. Claremore (4-6)
Zebras return eight on offense as they look to finish above .500 for first time since 2009.
21. Skiatook (4-5)
Experience along the lines figures to be key for the Bulldogs, who missed the playoffs last year.
22. Altus (3-7)
Diquon Woodhouse returns after missing time with injury last year.
23. Grove (4-6)
LB Anthony Krause is also one of the best kickers in the class.
24. Tahlequah (3-7)
Strong returners up front have Tigers hoping for improvement.
25. Tulsa Memorial (3-6)
Novis Collum headlines a strong group of returning starters.
26. Southeast (2-8)
Steven Smith gives the Spartans a huge presence up front.
27. Northwest (3-7)
Will Knights continue improvement shown last year or backslide?
28. Noble (2-8)
Eight returning starters on offense should point to improvement on that side.
29. Guymon (1-9)
Moving up to 5A and have just four wins in last four seasons since 2007 playoff appearance.
30. Western Heights (1-9)
Tough district could slow Jets' rebuilding efforts.
31. Capitol Hill (1-9)
Marcus Williams gives the Redskins a big target at TE.
32. Tulsa Hale (1-9)
Former Muskogee coach and OU standout Tony Peters takes the reins of a young team.
BY RYAN ABER