Here's the first look at The Oklahoman's 2014 Super 30 list, ranking the state's top football recruits for the class of 2014.
1. Deondre Clark, DE, Douglass, 6-3, 240
Offers just keep piling up for Douglass' single-season sacks leader.
2. Steven Parker, DB, Jenks, 6-2, 185
Alabama and the three in-state teams have already offered and many more are sure to follow.
3. Justice Hansen, QB, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-3, 200
Hansen has offers from three SEC schools — Texas A&M, Arkansas and Missouri — plus Oklahoma and Arizona State.
4. Gyasi Akem, LB, Broken Arrow, 6-1, 216
One of the hottest prospects around lately, gathering several offers, including OU and OSU.
5. David Cornwell, QB, Norman North, 6-5, 235
The transfer from Jones spent the weekend visiting UCLA.
6. Devon Thomas, RB, Broken Arrow, 5-10, 190
OSU's first commit of the 2014 class, after flipping from OU in December.
7. Lawrence Evitt, RB, Wagoner, 5-7, 165
Size questions will always haunt him, but he's a D-I playmaker.
8. Jeffrey Mead, WR, Tulsa Union, 6-6, 175
The two-sport standout received offers from both OU and OSU on the same day just before signing day.
9. Payton Prince, TE, Norman North, 6-3, 232
Recently picked up his first Division I offer, from Tulsa.
10. Tramal Ivy, DE, Muskogee, 6-4, 215
A special athlete, though he'll need to add weight before he gets to the next level.
11. Michael Farmer, ATH, Edmond North, 6-2, 207
Arizona State commit is a bruising RB, but future could be on defense.
12. Coleman Key, QB, Broken Arrow, 6-5, 210
After moving from Owasso, Key threw for 1,308 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior.
13. Jordan Brailford, DE, Tulsa Washington, 6-3, 205
Athletically comparable to fellow Hornet and recent OU signee Dominique Alexander.
14. Mike'Quan Deane, TE, Tulsa Memorial, 6-3, 215
One of the new generation of TE who are primarily pass-catchers in the spread offense.
15. Jalen Adams, WR, Southmoore, 5-11, 160
The speedy, versatile Adams has already picked up offers from Tulsa and San Diego State.
16. Adim Chukwurah, DB, Norman North, 6-0, 170
Like teammate Prince, was recently offered by Tulsa.
17. Ivan Thomas, DT, Lawton, 6-0, 265
Primarily used at running back for the Wolverines, Thomas averaged more than five yards per carry and picked up an offer from Kansas State very early.
18. Kai Callins, ATH, Guthrie, 5-10, 175
Once he shows he has recovered from the torn ACL, he could shoot up the list.
19. Carter Swanson, WR, Ardmore, 6-3, 180
Add Swanson to the list in the year of the big receiver.
20. Trenton Ball, TE, Carl Albert, 6-6, 225
Mainly asked to block in the Titans' run-oriented offense but had six catches for 80 yards and a touchdown for the 5A champions.
21. Dylan Harding, DB, Jenks, 6-2, 180
Another member of Jenks' daunting secondary already with an offer (Tulsa).
22. Jacob Lewis, QB, McGuinness, 6-3, 195
Some schools like him as an athlete, but many still targeting him at QB.
23. Cameron Westbrook, RB, Edmond Santa Fe, 5-11, 185
On a team with plenty of offensive options, Westbrook ran for 471 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior and figures to see and much-increased role next year.
24. Cameron Batson, ATH, Millwood, 5-9, 165
Athletically gifted player could be WR or DB in college.
25. Tyler Bowling, OL, Yukon, 6-6, 285
The type of frame college coaches drool over.
26. Nigel Carter, ATH, Tulsa McLain, 6-3, 185
A special player at WR, but he could play defense at the next level.
27. Damian Howard, DB, Broken Arrow, 5-11, 185
Following in the footsteps of some talented Tiger DBs over the last few years.
28. Jeremy Smith, DE, Berryhill, 6-4, 230
Good speed/power combo that will help him draw attention from elite programs.
29. Cole Ridgeway, OL, Norman, 6-3, 270
Steadily improved as a junior on a line that also featured Tulsa signee Zac Uhles.
30. Grant Lee, OL, Clinton, 6-2, 290
An Oklahoman All-Stater as a junior, Lee is the son of Red Tornadoes coach Mike Lee.