1. Laverne (8-5): Coach Tim Allen always has the Tigers in contention, and this might be the year Laverne takes the gold ball.
2. Seiling (12-2): After reaching the Class C championship last year, the Wildcats are making the move up to B. Will be led by Eddy Pittman.
3. Garber (14-0): The Wolverines are losing a huge chunk from their back-to-back championship teams, but coach Mark Harmon feels they'll be OK.
4. Summit Christian (11-1): Summit has been a power as an independent, and new coach Ron Davis hopes to keep that tradition going.
5. Davenport (10-2): Tyler Phillips will be tough to replace, but John Greenfield said he has a lot of young guys ready to produce.
6. Kiefer (9-3): With Nick Livingston and Sergio Lazoya back, Trojans should contend for district championship.
7. Caddo (8-3): Ty Miller can make plays at wide receiver and in the secondary for the Bruins.
8. Fox (7-3): Justin Cornelius and Chris Spigner can make plays with their arms and legs, combining for 24 touchdowns last year.
9. Depew (9-3): The Hornets have to replace a lot, but Roy Lewis, 6-foot-3 and 240 pounds, is a star in the making.
10. Alex (6-5): The defensive line is a big concern, but the Longhorns make up for it with a strong group of linebackers.
11. Wetumka (7-3): At more than 230 pounds, tight end Terrence Yahola is a chore to bring down for any opposing team.
12. Copan (7-4): Everything begins with Josh Stanley, who has been a force for the Hornets the previous two seasons.
13. Pond Creek-Hunter (6-5): Returning quarterback Cody Coats was one of the top passers in the class last season.
14. Weleetka (6-5): Outlaws have one of the biggest wide receivers in the class in 6-foot-4 Caleb Smith.
15. Cherokee (5-5): If the Chiefs are going to find their way into the postseason, it's going to be on the strength of quarterback Justin Schanbacher.
16. Gans (7-4): Braily Couffer saw spot-time at quarterback last year and rushed for more than 1,000 yards. He enters this year as the starter.
17. Oaks (6-5): Jeremiah Snell is a player to watch with his legs and arm and is also a state champion in the hurdles.
18. Dewar (2-8): After a two-year stint in Class A, the Dragons return to their comfort zone and eight-man ball.
19. Sasakwa (8-3): The Vikings have gradually become better with each year, and Mike O'Guinn returns at quarterback.
20. Geary (5-5): Running back Austin Lewis should provide a huge offensive spark for the Bisons.
21. Welch (4-6): Coach Ryan Gleaves said wide receiver Austin Buchanan can score any time he touches the ball.
22. Allen (7-4): Quarterback Brady Caldwell is one of the best in the class, accounting for more than 2,400 yards last year.
23. Canton (12-2): The Tigers had a dream season in reaching the Class B championship game last year but lost the bulk of their stars.
24. Watts (6-4): Whether it's with his legs or his arm, quarterback Dylan Edens is the Engineers' top option.
25. Bowlegs (2-8): Dalton Presley and Cashe Graham combined for 15 sacks last year and are back.
26. Canadian (5-4): The Cougars had a solid season last year but are entering their first year in the OSSAA after losing the bulk of their starters.
27. Oklahoma Christian Academy (3-7): Having a field of their own has given the Eagles just one more reason to be motivated for the year.
28. Central Marlow (3-7): With quarterback Kyle Newton and wide receiver Zachary Howell back, Bronchos should improve from last year.
29. Paoli (3-7): Chris Freeman is back to lead the defense after having more than 100 tackles and six sacks last season.
30. Victory Life (5-5): The offense averaged nearly 40 points per game last year and Tucker Weatherly is a wide receiver to watch.
31. Keota (4-6): It will be tough to game plan against the Lions as Keota has five viable options at running back.
32. South Coffeyville (2-8): The Lions had a disappointing season last year, but a new district gives them new hope.
33. Kremlin-Hillsdale (5-5): At 6-foot-2 and 6-foot-3 respectively, Ty Zaloudek and Mitchell Foote are two big targets for Broncs.
34. Wesleyan Christian (1-9): Last year's struggles might lead to this year's success as Mustangs only lost two starters.
35. Ringwood (1-9): It's a new system under coach Rustin Donaldson, but the Red Devils have a lot of key parts back.
36. Agra (2-8): The Bearcats only lost two starters, and Brady Brownell is going to be a player to watch.
37. Cyril (2-8): Whether it's on the defensive line or running people over on offense, Justin Carson is a force for the Pirates.
38. Cave Springs (2-7): The Hornets had a rough 2009, but running back Hunter Smith is back after averaging more than five yards per carry.
39. Merritt (0-10): The Oilers are still struggling to find their groove, but running back Brandon Hargrove should be a bright spot.
40. Macomb (0-10): It's been a rough start for the Hornets program, but the players haven't quit.