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Class B preseason Oklahoma football rankings

by Ed Godfrey Published: August 26, 2014

1. Laverne (14-0): The two-time defending state champions are riding a 28-game winning streak.

2. Pond Creek-Hunter (12-2): The team’s strength is its offensive and defensive lines, which are led by senior T.J. Krittenbrink

3. Davenport (9-3): The Bulldogs return seven starters on defense, five on offense and are led by junior QB Hunter Reed, who ran and passed for more than 2,500 yards last season.

4. Alex (12-1): The Longhorns have four starters back on each side of the ball.

5. Dewar (7-4): The Dragons’ season finale against preseason No. 8 Keota should be for district title

6. Seiling (5-5): QB Ehric Young tallied 25 touchdowns and more than 2,700 yards last season rushing and passing.

7. Garber (6-4) : The Wolverines host No. 3 Davenport in third game of the season on Sept. 19.

8. Keota (9-3): Senior RB Seth Bryant rushed for 2,088 yards and scored 40 touchdowns last season.

9. Wetumka (11-1): New boss Larry Crenshaw takes over after 14 years as head coach at Morris.

10. Maysville (2-8): The Warriors are dropping to eight-man football after averaging one win per season the past four years in Class A.

11. Allen (6-5) : QB Justin Deaton and RB Dalton James highlight a strong rushing attack.

12. Merritt (8-3): Top player is senior LB/RB Cody Pruitt.

13. Weleetka (5-5): The Outlaws are expecting big things from junior DE Chance Hawkins.

14. Oaks (5-4) : The Warriors’ season finale is at home against No. 3 Davenport.

15. Waukomis (3-7) : Junior QB Justus Crites scored 34 touchdowns and combined for 2,300 yards rushing and receiving last season.

16. Ringwood (6-5): Senior RB Eudaldo Gomez, a four-year starter, is a game-changer.

17. Arkoma (8-4): The Mustangs move up to Class B after winning their first playoff game in school history last year.

18. Caddo (3-6): Returns to Class B eight-man football where it won a state title in 2011 after two-year stint in Class A.

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by Ed Godfrey
Copy Editor, Outdoors Editor, Rodeo, River Sports Reporter
Ed Godfrey was born in Muskogee and raised in Stigler. He has worked at The Oklahoman for 25 years. During that time, he has worked a myriad of beats for The Oklahoman including both the federal and county courthouse in Oklahoma City for more...
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