1. Jenks (12-2)
While the offense has holes to fill, the Trojan defense is scary good.
2. Tulsa Union (10-3)
Loaded at running back and wide receiver, but replacing a three-year starter at quarterback and the entire offensive line.
3. Broken Arrow (8-4)
More college prospects than anyone, but can they make it translate to more victories? Or a gold ball?
4. Edmond Santa Fe (10-2)
An inexperienced secondary seems to be the only question mark for the loaded Wolves.
5. Norman North (12-2)
Had their shot at the title last year, and with QB David Cornwell in the mix, the T-Wolves want another.
6. Owasso (9-3)
Replacing graduated QB Jaylen Lowe won't be easy, but the Rams have a talented nucleus.
7. Lawton (6-4)
Size on the lines, speed at the skill positions — a scary combination.
8. Edmond North (10-2)
New coach Scott Burger takes over a team that knows how to win.
9. Southmoore (7-4)
WR Jalen Adams and RB Jaelon Walker are two of the state's most intriguing playmakers.
10. Sand Springs (8-3)
DB Tre Betts is one of the state's more underrated players.
11. Westmoore (6-5)
Now in his third year, coach Billy Langford has the Jaguars moving forward.
12. Norman (9-3)
Voids to fill in the running game, but the Tigers have a lot of talent to work with.
13. Yukon (5-6)
Millers are looking for their fifth straight playoff trip.
14. Tulsa Washington (6-5)
Jordan Brailford and Jonathan Willis might be the state's top DE duo.
15. Edmond Memorial (4-7)
The Bulldogs will try to build on last year's surprise run to reach the playoffs.
16. Midwest City (3-7)
Time for the Bombers to bounce back in coach Darrell Hall's second year.
17. Mustang (6-4)
QB Frankie Edwards' playmaking ability will be key for the Broncos.
18. Stillwater (3-7)
Brandon Prather was a 1,000-yard receiver as a sophomore. What could be ahead?
19. Putnam City North (6-5)
The Panthers will be young but talented.
20. Bixby (4-6)
Don't be surprised to see the Spartans sneak in and grab a playoff spot.
21. Putnam City (6-4)
RB JaVone Knox could be a breakout star in the Pirates' backfield.
22. Muskogee (1-8)
With playmakers like DE Tramal Ivy in the mix, the Roughers look to put a few more wins on the board.
23. Choctaw (1-9)
Coach Todd Dilbeck's return to Oklahoma won't be easy in the first season, but the future looks bright.
24. Bartlesville (6-4)
RB Slade Nordic will be asked to carry the load again for the Bruin offense.
25. Enid (3-7)
Looking for a new quarterback and running back, but the Plainsmen have speed to work with.
26. Moore (2-8)
Look for the Lions to take another step forward in coach Todd Watters' second year.
27. Sapulpa (6-5)
Repeating last year's run to the playoffs will be a challenge.
28. Lawton Eisenhower (2-8)
Lineman Michael Moana's recruiting continues to gain momentum.
29. Ponca City (2-8)
Hit hard by graduation, the Wildcats will rely on youth at several key positions.
30. Putnam City West (1-9)
Famous from last year's AT&T commercial with Bob Stoops, the Patriots want to be known for winning more games this season.
31. Tulsa Edison (1-9)
A rough year ahead, but a drop to Class 5A awaits in 2014.
32. U.S. Grant (1-9)
Building continuity in coach Dan Burgess' third year.