Scott Wright: Jenks. And it won't be close. Ranked in the top 15 in some national polls, this is one of the best teams Allan Trimble has had.
Jacob Unruh: Jenks. The Trojans have proved unbeatable so far and nobody has shown the ability to knock them or Tulsa Union off the throne to this point.
Trent Shadid: Lawton. Tulsa-area powerhouses Jenks and Union have dominated Class 6A, combining to win the past 17 state championships. But streaks are made to be broken and Lawton has the talent to do it.
Scott Wright: Guthrie. The Bluejays have been rolling all year, though a rematch with Carl Albert in the finals would be a thriller.
Jacob Unruh: Guthrie. Guthrie has been completely dominant this season, with rival Carl Albert being the only team to come within 20 points of the Bluejays.
Trent Shadid: Guthrie. Running backs Kai Callins and Idae Alexander headline an impressive rushing attack, and quarterback Reed Roberts is capable of making plays in the passing game. However, look for the Blue Jays' underrated defense to be the difference maker in their title quest.
Scott Wright: Douglass. The Trojans are strong on the lines with a run game that mixes speed and power. Meanwhile, sophomore QB Patrick McKaufman is emerging, too.
Jacob Unruh: Anadarko. The Warriors' dominance continued this season with another undefeated regular season. If they survive their side of the bracket with Cascia Hall, Wagoner, Ada and Woodward, they'll be the most battle-tested team in the finals.
Trent Shadid: Anadarko. Led by running back RJ Sink, the Warriors are playing their best football entering the playoffs. Plus, they have some unfinished business after falling to Clinton in last year's title game.
Scott Wright: Kingfisher. Landon Nault is one of several talented running backs in this class, but it'll be the Yellowjackets' offensive and defensive lines that lead the way to the title.
Jacob Unruh: Kingfisher. The Yellowjackets have a dominant defense (6.7 points per game) and explosive senior Landon Nault.
Trent Shadid: Kingfisher. Class 3A is wide open with seven undefeated teams. Kingfisher, led by star Landon Nault, gets the pick having been the most well-rounded and consistent team throughout the season.
Scott Wright: Millwood. A Millwood-Davis final might be the best game we see all year, but the Falcons have too many playmakers on offense and too much speed on defense.
Jacob Unruh: Millwood. The Falcons are loaded with talent and athleticism few in the class can match with Cameron Batson and Alfonzo McMillian on both sides of the ball.
Trent Shadid: Millwood. No team in 2A can match the wealth of talent Millwood has, but the same could likely have been said last year when the Falcons suffered a second-round loss to Davis. This season, they'll get it done behind senior quarterback Cameron Batson.
Scott Wright: Ringling. Not since the opener against Davis have the Blue Devils allowed more than a touchdown in a game.
Jacob Unruh: Hollis. The Tigers have consistently shown they are a legitimate contender all season, outscoring opponents 58-2 on average and face favorable matchups.
Trent Shadid: Hollis. After spending much of the season under the radar, Hollis jumped up to No. 2 following impressive blowout wins over Thomas and Apache. No opponent came within 20 points of the Tigers on their way to winning one of the toughest districts in Class A.
Scott Wright: Laverne. It'll take a major upset to keep Laverne from repeating.
Jacob Unruh: Rejoice Christian. The Eagles haven't allowed a team to score since Week 3 when they beat Coyle 54-18. A possible semifinal with defending champion Laverne looms, though.
Trent Shadid: Laverne. The defending state champions have spent the entire season at No. 1 in Class B. Quarterback Tucker Rolf, fullback Dalton Birch, and tailback Trevor Harris lead an offense which has scored at least 38 points in every game.
Scott Wright: Cherokee. Yet to allow a point this season. Will anybody score on them?
Jacob Unruh: Cherokee. Can anybody score on the Chiefs? They did not allow a single point this season and may not any time soon.
Trent Shadid: Cherokee. Cherokee hasn't surrendered a point all season, outscoring its eight opponents 387-0. A potential state finals matchup with defending champion Tipton appears to be the Chiefs' biggest challenge.