Looking for the chance to see some of the state's top college prospects in action under the Friday night lights? Here are a few places to find some:
Edlam dogfight: Everyone knows Edmond Santa Fe quarterback and Oklahoma commitment Justice Hansen, who looked incredibly sharp last week in his return from a hamstring injury as the Wolves knocked off Yukon.
But in this round of Edlam — Edmond Santa Fe vs. Edmond North at Central Oklahoma's Wantland Stadium — there will be a lot of eyes fixed on Santa Fe RB Michael Farmer. Last year, he was North's workhorse, but moved over the summer.
No. 13 on the Super 30, Farmer decommitted from Arizona State in July and is trying to elevate his recruiting profile as he comes back from a torn ACL.
The cheerleading nose guard: Casady junior offensive lineman Josh Wariboko-Alali, who was committed to OU, already stands to be one of the top players on the Super 30 for 2015. But he won't be the lineman with the most interesting story Friday night. That belongs to Armand Fernandez-Pierre, a senior at Dallas Episcopal, which visits Casady Friday.
Fernandez-Pierre is a 335-pound nose guard who quit football in eighth grade because of a neck injury. He joined the cheerleading team but was persuaded to come back out for football for his senior year.
Now, he plays the game, and performs at halftime during Episcopal home games. He's also gaining recruiting interest from major programs around the country.
T-Town Showdown: The Tulsa area has plenty of top prospects going head-to-head Friday night — especially with Owasso at Jenks and Tulsa Union at Broken Arrow — but here's a matchup that might be flying under the radar: Tulsa Central at Tulsa McLain.
McLain's Nigel Carter, a 6-foot-3, 185-pound WR/DB rated No. 28 on the Super 30, is a special athlete, and Central is led by speedy RB D'Angelo Brewer, who has been on the edge of cracking the list since his strong showings on the summer camp circuit. Both players are verbally committed to Tulsa.