1. Ringling (13-1)
The Blue Devils no longer have RB Jackson Dillon, but they still have Taner Richardson.
2. Wynnewood (13-1)
With 14 returning starters, Wynnewood has a chance to quickly overtake Ringling as the No. 1 team.
3. Thomas (11-1)
The Terriers lost 15 seniors, but their talent is deep.
4. Texhoma (12-1)
Loaded again after last year's district title and quarterfinal appearance.
5. Kiefer (11-1)
Two words: Trey Sneed. Two more: Really fast. The 5-foot-6 running back rushed for 1,012 yards and 13 touchdowns on only 118 carries last year.
6. Hollis (9-2)
DB Khalil Johnson leads the team from the defensive side of the ball.
7. Cashion (13-1)
Expect to hear a lot of “QB Matt Harman to WR Joe Neece.”
8. Wayne (11-2)
RB Louden Johnson continues to wow the state.
9. Okeene (6-5)
With nine returning starters on each side of the ball, the Whippets just need to stay healthy.
10. Fairview (10-2)
The Yellowjackets are on the upswing with coach Chris Cayot.
11. Crescent (10-2)
RB Michael Cronister will break 3,000 career yards with a 1,000-plus rushing season.
12. Velma-Alma (8-4)
The Comets could have even greater success under Greg Gothard in his 16th season.
13. Talihina (11-2)
The Blue brothers will stop the left side of the field to protect QB Alan Lockhart.
14. Morrison (9-3)
Linebacker Jordan Quinata is only a sophomore, but he makes a serious impact for the Wildcats.
15. Rush Springs (4-6)
Colt Beard and the Redskins should make serious improvement from last season.
16. Minco (6-5)
Look for senior Jacob Overton to shine at wide receiver ... and quarterback ... and free safety.
17. Warner (11-1)
The Eagles had an undefeated regular season last year and remain near the top of Class A this year.
18. Apache (7-3)
The quickness and experience of the Warriors, along with an unselfish team-oriented attitude could lead them to a stellar season.
19. Afton (5-6)
Coach Zach Garner will try to get the team back to winning at least eight games like the team did in his first four seasons at the helm.
20. Watonga (6-5)
Defensive back D'Qwan Loneman is the difference.
21. Savanna (9-2)
Senior RB Christian Preston will try to keep scoring and leading.
22. Empire (7-4)
Team lacks depth but will likely contend for a district title with the help of its 10 seniors.
23. Wewoka (7-4)
Four-year starter and RB/LB Bryton Washington should continue to be the playmaker for coach Tommy Bare and the Tigers.
24. Elmore City (7-5)
Coach Sam Sharp and the team haven't had a season below .500, and it's doubtful that will change in 2013.
25. Hominy (5-6)
It will be hard to get past the depths of the Bucks' strong lines.
26. Summit Chr. (6-5)
The combination of QB Cameron Gilbert and WR Jeremy Pelotte guides the Eagles through their tough district.
27. Mooreland (6-4)
WR/DB Landon Peach is the quickest and biggest threat.
28. Snyder (5-6)
The Cyclones will perform this season under a new system.
29. Gore (6-5)
Former Berryhill and Kellyville assistant coach Steven Bivins begins his first year at the helm for the Pirates.
30. Fairland (6-4)
New coach Austin Martin guides the Owls' path this year.
31. Healdton (5-6)
Strong skill players like RB Chaz Carr help the Bulldogs.
32. Foyil (1-9)
The Panthers didn't lose a lot, which could help them to more than one victory this season.
33. Central Sallisaw (4-7)
Senior QB Aaron Bush has a chance to add a third 1,000-yard passing season to his high school career.
34. Yale (6-5)
With multiple three- and four-year starters, the Bulldogs could have one of their best years in a while.
35. Stratford (5-5)
Year 1 was an improvement from the 2011 Bulldogs squad. Look to see what Coach Robert McDown does in Year 2.
36. Canadian (5-5)
The Cougars look to junior quarterback Caleb Jarrett to help them gain more victories.
37. Barnsdall (4-6)
Four-year quarterback Caleb Hawes knows how to lead these Panthers.
38. Hooker (6-5)
Coach Jacob Kreamer will look for the strength of his line to make up for his team's inexperience in skill positions.
39. Pioneer (2-8)
The Mustangs' run game will go through Chase Courter.
40. Liberty (4-6)
Look to senior RB Harley Stone to be the Tigers' spark.
41. Caddo (3-6)
QB/FS Wyatt Wright makes things happen on both sides of the ball.
42. Cordell (3-7)
QB Tyler Beasley already had more than 2,400 passing yards and 31 passing touchdowns. The Blue Devils hope those stats continue.
43. Wilson (1-9)
A large amount of starters return to help the Eagles.
44. Quinton (3-7)
New coach Jeremy Reeder tries to turn the Savages around.
45. Oklahoma Bible (2-8)
Look for RB Chris Walker to have a breakout year.
46. Crossings Chr. (1-8)
Last year was almost all freshmen and sophomores as the team played its first varsity season. That experience will help this young program.
47. Walters (1-9)
The Blue Devils lack depth but have plenty of experience.
48. Drumright (3-7)
The Tornadoes' linemen will be inexperienced, but their skill positions will try to make up for it.
49. Sayre (1-8)
With few returning starters, the Eagles could struggle.
50. Carnegie (1-9)
A small Wildcats squad could add to the team's struggles.
51. Beaver (1-9)
The Dusters will try to rebound from a disappointing 2012 season.
52. Porter (2-8)
Coach Ron Coppedge tries to pull the team out of a three-year slump.
53. Haileyville (0-9)
Coach Mike Martin will look to his seniors to try to turn the Warriors to victory.
54. Maysville (0-10)
The entire group of 2012 starters returns for coach Richard Norman.
55. Depew (0-10)
Quarterback Drew Rains will be the Hornets' leader.
56. Burns Flat-Dill City (0-10)
Coach Scott Renken hopes the Eagles gain strength off linebacker Tanner Renken.
57. Turpin (0-10)
RB/DB Matt Young runs a 4.7 and is a big-play threat.
58. Bray-Doyle (1-9)
The Donkeys want to change the atmosphere of their football program, but lack participation from their upperclassmen.
BY STEPHANIE KUZYDYM
AND SCOTT WRIGHT
Note: 2012 record in parentheses.