The 2014 class in the state is strong at several positions but it has been awhile since the state has produced a quarterback class like the one coming up next year. Here's a look at the three big pro-style quarterbacks in the state in the class:
David Cornwell, Norman North
As a junior: Moved from Florida to Jones last year and had a huge year for the Longhorns, throwing for 2,742 yards and 27 touchdowns against just eight interceptions. He also ran for 755 yards and six touchdowns. He's moved to Norman North now, though he needs a waiver from the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association to be able to compete next year.
Recruiting status: Cornwell has offers from Auburn, Virginia Tech, Washington State, Indiana and Tulsa. He had a great outing at the U.S. Army Combine in January and has taken recent visits to Alabama, Michigan and UCLA.
Justice Hansen, Edmond Santa Fe
As a junior: Hansen entered his senior season as a highly sought-after prospect already and lived up to expectations, throwing for 3,079 yards and 36 touchdowns with nine interceptions. He also improved as a runner, with 773 yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground.
Recruiting status: Hansen recently picked up offers from Oklahoma and Texas A&M to go along with the Arizona State, Arkansas and Missouri offers he already had. Like Cornwell, Hansen is already rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals.com.
Coleman Key, Broken Arrow
As a junior: Key didn't put up the eye-popping numbers that Cornwell or Hansen posted but did have a solid season for Broken Arrow after transferring from Owasso. Key threw for 1,308 yards and 14 touchdowns and five interceptions. He didn't run the ball nearly as much as Cornwell or Hansen either.
Recruiting status: Cornwell received an Arkansas State offer in the summer before his junior season and has started making the rounds with visits after the season, including a junior day invite to Oklahoma recently.