1. Carl Albert (9-5)
Titans are still loaded with 14 total returning starters, including breakout athlete Stevie Thompson.
2. McAlester (8-5)
The pass-catch duo of Dalton Wood and Caden Pratt could be very dangerous.
3. McGuinness (11-2)
Offense will score behind big offensive line, but questions remain in young secondary.
4. Guthrie (10-2)
Kai Callins is healthy, and coach Rafe Watkins has found a suitable replacement for Bryan Dutton with Reed Roberts.
5. Deer Creek (10-2)
Some new faces at key positions, but sack machine Eli Hooks should anchor a strong defense.
6. Tulsa East Central (9-5*)
Quarterback Trevon Cherry returns, but the weapons around him have changed drastically.
7. Lawton MacArthur (8-3)
The Highlanders have experience up front, but for the first time in a long time no standout names at skill positions.
8. Coweta (6-5)
Linebacker Tristan Butcher leads the Tigers' front seven, which is entirely intact from last season.
9. Claremore (10-2)
Returns a plethora of talent in what looks to be final year in Class 5A.
10. Tulsa Kelley (9-3)
Heavy on talent at the skill positions, coach JJ Tappana will utilize the spread more often instead of his usual power game.
11. Del City (9-2)
Running back Anthony Mason returns after a stellar 2012 with 864 rushing yards and eight touchdowns.
12. Ardmore (5-6)
The Tigers' defense returns eight from last year, and standout Carter Swanson could be primed for a big season.
13. Shawnee (5-6)
Eighteen total starters return, including dual-threat quarterback John Jacobs, who accounted for more than 2,200 total yards last season.
14. Duncan (6-5)
Running backs Je'Mario McCoy and Austin Drake return behind a veteran offensive line as the Demons look to improve on last season's first-round exit.
15. Tulsa Central (3-7)
Tulsa commitment D'Angelo Brewer leads an athletic offense in a district in which the Braves could win a playoff spot.
16. Tulsa Memorial (8-3)
After making the playoffs for the first time since 1989, the Chargers have a new coach (Ryan Reed) but return big-time recruit Mike'Quan Deane.
17. Collinsville (8-3)
Quarterback Zane McElroy accounted for more than 2,400 total yards and 21 TDs last season, and his top target TJ Johnson returns after just falling shy of a 1,000-yard season.
18. Chickasha (4-6)
The Fightin' Chicks return a lot of experience as they look to overcome a tough district.
19. El Reno (4-6)
New coach Taylor Schwerdtfeger has a lot of talented skill players, but the Indians reside in the state's toughest district.
20. Pryor (4-6)
The Tigers have improved in a lot of areas, but replacing running back Carson Smallwood could be a big issue.
21. Altus (3-7)
A young team that features running back Taven Birdow, the son of former OSU standout Jermaine Birdow.
22. Durant (2-8)
Do-it-all senior Zac Cater leads the way for the Lions after throwing for 1,500 yards last season while also playing defense and punting.
23. Grove (1-9)
After a disappointing 2012, the Ridgerunners return 17 total starters, including defensive back Austin Cross.
24. Noble (5-5)
The Bears fell just short of making the playoffs and enter this season looking for ways to replace some key players.
25. Northwest Classen (4-6)
Lloyd Smith's squad has made progress up front but is still looking to improve in other areas.
26. Southeast (2-8)
Defensive tackle Marguess Smith is looking for a huge season after making 94 tackles and 12 sacks as a junior.
27. Tahlequah (1-9)
The Tigers have depth issues, but second-year coach Brad Gilbert hopes to lean on the running attack.
28. Tulsa Hale (2-8)
The Rangers have little experience, but Jonathan Beasley and Emmett Spenser returning on defense can only help.
29. Skiatook (0-10)
After failing to win a game last season, the Bulldogs look to a group of two-year starters to pick things up.
30. Western Heights (0-10)
Coach Edward Polly is high on senior Ernesto Hernandez, who has started for three years at guard and linebacker.
31. Guymon (1-9)
New coach Mike Taylor wants to take the air out of the ball, implementing the Jet offense.
32. Capitol Hill (0-10)
Tight end/defensive end Marcus Williams is starting to receive some small-college interest.
*Forfeited four wins for OSSAA rules violation