Ed Godfrey: Douglass. Can anybody in their right mind really pick against Douglass and Oklahoma State signee Stephen Clark?
Jacob Unruh: Douglass. The Trojans have been on this path since winning last season.
Scott Wright: Douglass. The Trojans are the most talented team, but a title isn't a given. Watch out for Roland.
Class 4A Girls
Ryan Aber: Anadarko. Lakota Beatty and Co. give the Lady Warriors a second consecutive title.
Ed Godfrey: Anadarko. Has the best player in the class in Oklahoma State signee Lakota Beatty.
Jacob Unruh: Anadarko. Only loss was to Edmond Santa Fe, and no team below 6A has come within six points.
Scott Wright: Anadarko. The clear favorite with Lakota Beatty running the show.
Class 3A Boys
Ryan Aber: Millwood. This is what Varryl Franklin's teams do — enter the tournament with records that don't overwhelm, then take home a gold ball.
Ed Godfrey: Centennial. Simply more talented than the rest of the field.
Jacob Unruh: Centennial. Has tough side of the bracket, but if there Saturday, don't count out another win.
Scott Wright: Millwood. No superstars, just talented athletes who play winning basketball the way Varryl Franklin coaches it.
Class 3A Girls
Ryan Aber: Millwood. More than anyone else in this bracket, the Falcons have been tested
Ed Godfrey: Perkins-Tryon. The Demons are unbeaten for a reason.
Jacob Unruh: Sulphur. Veteran group's defense is too suffocating for the rest of the field.
Scott Wright: Perkins-Tryon. A showdown with fellow unbeaten, No. 1 Sulphur, is looming.
Class 2A Boys
Ryan Aber: Ketchum. In a tournament that has been turned on its head by upsets to this point, the Warriors have been a constant.
Ed Godfrey: Chouteau. The team knocked out No. 1 Northeast, is riding a hot streak and has four players who average double figures in scoring
Jacob Unruh: Ketchum. Knocked off Northeast, increasing chances of completing perfect season.
Scott Wright: Ketchum. Undefeated and showed they're for real by upsetting the defending champ, Northeast, in the area finals.
Class 2A Girls
Ryan Aber: Northeast. After coming so close a year ago, the Vikings break through to take the hold ball.
Ed Godfrey: Dale. The team that plays the best defense in the class will hoist the gold ball. The only time the Lady Pirates lost this year is when they shot a dismal 16 percent, and the game still went into double overtime
Jacob Unruh: Dale. Breck Clark and the Pirates have been rolling, and Northeast has shown vulnerability.
Scott Wright: Northeast. Depth is the only concern; otherwise one of the three or four most talented teams in any class.