Even with Broken Arrow returning the core of its team that made it within a play or two of winning the Class 6A title, Jenks is the coaches' pick to win District 6A-3.
The Trojans figure to have one of the most potent offenses in 6A, headlined by receiver Jordan Smallwood, an Oklahoma commit.
Smallwood had 726 yards and 10 touchdowns on 50 catches as a junior.
After missing most of the season last season with a knee injury, Kyle Alexander returns at quarterback.
The Trojans also bring back running back Trey'Vonne Barr'e, who took over for an injured Alex Ross last year and ran for nearly 2,000 yards, averaging 9.0 yards per carry.
TIGERS' OFFENSE DANGEROUS
After combining for nearly 3,000 yards and 42 touchdowns rushing last season, Devon Thomas and Cameron Wrenn both return for Broken Arrow.
This season, though, the Tigers figure to utilize them a bit differently, as Wrenn is expected to see more time at receiver after the graduation of Quad Ware.
Since last season, Thomas has established himself as one of the top prospects in the state for the 2014 class, earning early offers from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State among others.
District 6A-2 coaches' poll
1. Jenks (10-3)
2. Broken Arrow (12-2)
3. Westmoore (7-4)
4. Bixby (3-8)
5. Muskogee (4-6)
6. Putnam City (6-4)
7. Sapulpa (5-5)
8. Tulsa Edison (0-10)
Note: Last year's records in parentheses