Douglass defensive end Deondre Clark is the top state football player on Tom Lemming's Top 100 list for the Class of 2014.
Clark, the younger brother of recent Oklahoma State basketball signee Stephen Clark, had 99 tackles and a school-record 22 sacks for the Trojans as a junior this year.
His offers include Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, LSU, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Missouri and Baylor.
Four other state prospects are also on the list: Broken Arrow's Devon Thomas at No. 19, Edmond Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen at No. 36, Jenks safety Steven Parker at No. 58 and Jones quarterback David Cornwell at No. 68.
Thomas, who recently committed to Oklahoma State, ran for 495 yards and seven touchdowns in just seven games this season.
Hansen threw for 3,079 yards and 36 touchdowns this season and ran for 773 yards and 14 touchdowns. He has offers from Arkansas and Missouri.
Parker has offers from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Alabama.
Cornwell threw for 2,742 yards and 27 touchdowns for the Longhorns this season in his first season of varsity action. He also ran for 755 yards.
BROKEN ARROW'S DAVIS PICKS NEW MEXICO
Broken Arrow defensive end Frankie Davis verbally committed to New Mexico earlier this week, Davis told The Oklahoman.
It's a bit of a twist for Davis, who was leaning toward Tulsa so he could be closer to his family.
Instead, when he attempted to commit to the Golden Hurricane earlier this week, he was told there was no longer a spot for him. That spot instead went to Tulsa Union defensive lineman Dalton Rodriguez, who committed to Tulsa last week after decommitting from Oklahoma.
“Everybody around me was thinking TU for me and everything like that, but I just never pulled the trigger and it happened like that,” Davis said. “I'm happy with New Mexico.”
Davis said he talked with Broken Arrow coach Steve Spavital after losing his spot at Tulsa, and Spavital told him to take the opportunity in New Mexico.
“He wanted to be close to home, but unfortunately it didn't work out,” Spavital said. “But he made a good decision. He's going to get his college paid for.”
New Mexico, coached by former Notre Dame coach Bob Davie, also has a commitment from Tulsa East Central linebacker Kimmie Carson. Former Choctaw and TU standout Derek Warehime, son of Del City coach Nick Warehime, is the school's tight ends coach.
Davis had 82 tackles and five sacks for the Tigers this season.
EDMOND NORTH FINISHES THIRD AT KC MAT TOURNEY
Five Oklahoma prep wrestlers won their weight divisions in the prestigious Kansas City Stampede Wrestling Tournament last weekend.
The tournament featured 36 high school wrestling teams from 10 states in a two-day competition.
Christian Moody of Collinsville was the champion at 106 pounds and was one of five wrestlers to finish in the top three and one of nine in the top 10. Collinsville, ranked No. in Class 5A in Oklahoma, won the tournament with 460 points.
Edmond North, ranked No. 2 in Class 6A, finished third in Kansas City, primarily thanks to the performance of the Dixon triplets.
Joel Dixon won the 195-pound division while his brother, Andrew, was the champion at 220 pounds.
Lance Dixon nearly made it a sweep for the brothers, finishing second. He lost a 13-1 decision in the championship match to Michael Pixley of Blue Springs, Mo.
It was the highest Edmond North has ever finished in the tournament. Wrestlers competed in as many as eight matches over the weekend.
“Everyone on our team had at least three wins,” said Edmond North coach Andy Schneider. “We did really well. It's a grueling two days of wrestling.”
Josh Breece of Edmond North, who won the Mid-American Nationals the week before, finished third wrestling at 120 pounds.
Tuttle, ranked No. 1 in Class 4A, had two wrestlers win titles in Kansas City, Zach Beard at 170 pounds and Nathan Jackson at 285 pounds.
Beard defeated Southmoore's Nathan Marek in a 14-0 decision in the championship match while Jackson won a 2-1 tiebreaker over Jacob Semple of Waynesville, Mo.
Tuttle finished seventh with 365 points. Other Oklahoma schools in the tournament included Class 3A No. 1 Perry (11th), Southmoore (25th), Ponca City (28th) and Choctaw (34th).
JENKINS AWARD WINNERS NAMED
Five state high school baseball players and five softball players were announced Wednesday by the Warren Spahn Award Gala organizers as winners of the Ferguson Jenkins Award.
The awards are selected based on athletic and scholastic achievement.
Baseball award winners are: Dale's Evan Anderson, Yukon's Jon Denney, Christian Heritage's Bryant Hodge, Jenks' Trey Michalczewski and Owasso's Andrew Rosa.
Softball winners are: Grove's Taylor Dodson, Yukon's Madi Ellis, Little Axe's Andee Frazier, Norman's Summer Leitka and Owasso's Whitney Whitehorn.
Clinton baseball coach Kelly Gaunt and Davenport softball coach Brandy Chavez were named as the coaching winners.
The winners will be honored at the Warren Spahn Award Gala on Jan. 17 at the Jim Thorpe Museum and Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.
By Ryan Aber, Scott Wright, Ed Godfrey and Jacob Unruh