Hoskins threw for 2,003 yards and 15 touchdowns last season. McClearnan is returning with the most experience, completing 11 of 15 passes for 109 yards and a TD last season. Moore threw just three passes, completing one for 4 yards.
YUKON'S SOMERVILLE LOOKING FOR NEW RECEIVERS
Yukon quarterback Hayden Somerville has a strong offensive line in front of him, led by Tulsa commit Tyler Bowling and center Logan Parks.
But Somerville will have a lot of new faces around him, following the graduation of the team's leading rusher and multiple receivers.
Parker Bohannan and Bradyn Meyer are a pair of experienced seniors who will help at receiver and running back, respectively.
But Meyer has a full workload on defense, where he has led the team in tackles the last two years from his linebacker position.
PANTHERS LOOKING FOR OFFENSE
Putnam City North might only have three returning starters on the defensive side of the ball, but coach Bob Wilson expects that side to be his team's strength early in the season.
The offense has two returners and will break in a new quarterback, junior Chase Sparks.
Defensively, Michael Wofford and Logan Price anchor a strong group of linebackers, with Dylan Peevy coming off a strong junior season at defensive back.
Moore tailback Ryan Lujan will anchor coach Todd Watters' option run game after averaging 5.5 yards per carry as a junior. “He's an extremely tough runner who never fumbles,” Watters said. ... U.S. Grant coach Dan Burgess enters his third year as head coach still trying to build the Generals' numbers. But he'll rely heavily on James Kellum, a versatile junior who can play quarterback, receiver and defensive back.
District 6A-3 coaches' poll
1. Norman North (12-2)
2. Edmond North (10-2)
3. Yukon (5-6)
4. Midwest City (3-7)
5. Lawton Eisenhower (2-8)
6. Putnam City North (6-5)
7. Moore (2-8)
8. U.S. Grant (1-9)
Note: Last year's record in parentheses