Douglass point guard Stephen Clark is expected to make his college decision known next week.
Clark's mother, Dorshell, said Stephen will make a public announcement at 2 p.m. on Nov. 30 in the Douglass High School library. However, it was not known if Clark signed a letter of intent with his school of choice before the final deadline of the early signing period Wednesday night.
Oklahoma State and Baylor were the front-runners for the point guard's services, he said last week, with UCLA and Missouri also in the mix.
THREE SMALL-SCHOOL TEAMS RANKED NATIONALLY
A trio of state football teams in Class 4A and below are ranked in the top 25 in MaxPreps' small school national rankings.
Class 3A No. 2 Seminole (11-0) is the highest-ranked, coming in at No. 16. No. 1 Kingfisher (12-0) is No. 24.
Those teams could meet in the state semifinals if they win this week. Kingfisher hosts Stigler on Friday, while Seminole hosts Metro Christian.
Also coming in ranked 21st nationally is Class 4A No. 3 Anadarko (12-0). The Warriors play 4A No. 1 Wagoner on Friday at Langston.
Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University is No. 1 in the MaxPreps rankings.
STILLWATER'S BROCK AMONG 10 RANKED
Stillwater sophomore Kaid Brock leads a group of 10 state wrestlers ranked by WIN magazine in its national preseason rankings. Brock is No. 2 at 103 pounds.
Two other state wrestlers are near the top of their weight class: Tuttle's Zach Beard, No. 4 at 182, and Altus' Keilan Torres, No. 5 at 160.
Berryhill's Davey Dolan is No. 12 at 138, Heritage Hall's Ethan Walker is No. 13 at 195 and Stillwater's Joe Smith is No. 20 at 120.
At 113, Broken Arrow's Markus Simmons is No. 17, while Collinsville's Davion Jeffries is No. 18.
Two state wrestlers are also ranked at 220, with Edmond North's Andrew Dixon at No. 13 and Chickasha's Jacoby Brown at No. 15.