Hornets move up to 6A as Marvin Dantzler takes over.
14. Norman North (6-5)
Jordan Evans anchors a stout Timberwolves defense at LB.
15. Southmoore (5-6)
QB Tre Edwards, RB Karltrell Henderson and TE Jackson Stallings give the Sabercats one of the top offensive trios in 6A.
16. Muskogee (4-6)
Won three out of four to close season after tough start.
17. Lawton Eisenhower (4-7)
Eagles will have a big hole to fill with QB Adrian McDonald's graduation.
18. Putnam City North (4-6)
Tae Moore returns at running back poised to take a greater role in the offense.
19. Mustang (2-8)
If Broncos can stay healthy, they could be bounce-back team of the year in 6A.
20. Bixby (3-8)
Looking to build on offensive improvement shown at the end of last year.
21. Enid (2-8)
Steve Chard takes over a Plainsmen team looking to rebound.
22. Putnam City (6-4)
Devin White gives Pirates a dual-threat at QB.
23. Sapulpa (5-5)
6-foot-4 Sam Johnson is a formidable threat at TE and DE.
24. Edmond Memorial (3-7)
Bulldogs were outscored by 235 points last year and scored more than 18 just once.
25. Sand Springs (3-7)
Sandites have made the playoffs just once since 1997.
26. Bartlesville (3-7)
Offense was feast or famine, scoring 14 or less points six times and 35 or more points four times.
27. Moore (2-8)
Showed much improvement last year but lost eight defensive starters.
28. Ponca City (2-8)
Jake Didlake moves from receiver to QB as Josh Allen takes over Wildcats.
29. Choctaw (1-9)
A solid group of skill-position players return for Richard Tuberville's team.
30. Putnam City West (0-10)
Rocky Martin takes over the Patriots as they look to break losing skid.
31. U.S. Grant (0-10)
Dan Burgess gives Generals something they've been lacking of late — continuity at coach.
32. Tulsa Edison (0-10)
After struggles in 5A last year, Edison moves up to face even greater challenges in the state's top class.