Little All-City football first team

A closer look at the players on The Oklahoman's Little All-City football first team.
BY RYAN ABER Published: December 20, 2012
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Senior offensive lineman

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Wolf was a force on both sides of the ball and Tecumseh coach Greg George says he plays “with a chip on his shoulder.” On defense, he had 67 tackles, five sacks and a pair of fumble recoveries.

Dakota Jordan, McLoud

Senior kicker

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Jordan hit 8 of 9 field goals this season, including a long of 52 and two more of 40 or more yards. He made 31 of 32 PATs and kicked 35 touchbacks, including an 80-yarder after a safety.

Tazden Jevons, Dibble

Senior kick returner

College choice: Being recruited by NSU, Pittsburg State and Louisiana Tech among others.

This season: Jevons was an explosive player wherever he was on the field. He returned a pair of kicks for touchdowns, rushed for 1,918 yards and 27 touchdowns and had 91 tackles and three interceptions on defense.

Cole Cameron, Kingfisher

Senior defensive lineman

College choice: Being recruited by Emporia State, UCO, Tulsa and Missouri Southern.

This season: Cameron's stats aren't overly impressive on the surface — he had 40 tackles — but he was a disruptive force along the front for the 3A runners-up. Cameron was the District 3A-3 defensive end of the year.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Deondre Clark, Douglass

Junior defensive lineman

College choice: Has offers from OU, OSU, Notre Dame, LSU and Baylor among others.

This season: Clark was as dominant as advertised, with 22 sacks, 99 tackles, 20 quarterback hurries and a fumble recovery.

Justin Coryell, Newcastle

Senior defensive lineman

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Coryell, the District 3A-3 Defensive Player of the Year, had 68 tackles, four sacks and four fumble recoveries this season despite seeing nearly constant double-teams.

Dawson Bassett, Tuttle

Senior linebacker

College choice: Being recruited by Missouri State and UCO among others.

This season: Bassett had 106 tackles, four sacks and three interceptions for the Tigers. He was also a solid option in the receiving game, with 32 catches for 780 yards.

Taylor Bilyeu, Jones

Senior linebacker

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Bilyeu led Class 3A in tackles with 173. He was also a force on the offensive side, rushing for 1,130 yards and 12 scores and catching seven touchdown passes.

Kenneth Davis Jr., Star Spencer

Senior linebacker

College choice: Being recruited by UCO, Langston, Cisco JC (Texas).

This season: Davis was a big part of the Star Spencer defense that helped the Bobcats back to the playoffs for the first time since their state title season. He recorded 137 tackles and 11 sacks. He also rushed for 444 yards and scored five touchdowns.

Chris High, Douglass

Senior linebacker

College choice: Navy.

This season: High had 75 tackles, eight sacks and a pair of fumble recoveries on defense and ran for 1,722 yards and 15 touchdowns while splitting time at running back.

Cameron Batson, Millwood

Junior defensive back

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Batson had nine interceptions to go with 86 tackles from his cornerback spot. He also had 654 yards and eight touchdowns receiving.

Randall Case, Jones

Senior defensive back

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Case had 88 tackles to go along with six interceptions. He also had 1,170 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns on the offensive side.

Alfonzo McMillian, Millwood

Junior defensive back

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Teamed up with Batson to make one of the most dynamic cornerback tandems around. McMillian had 10 interceptions and 678 yards receiving.

Octavio Pina, Hennessey

Senior defensive back

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Pina had 48 tackles and seven interceptions, returning two for touchdowns. He also recovered three fumbles.

Preston Walker, Crescent

Senior punter

College choice: Being recruited by UCO and OBU.

This season: Walker averaged 37.6 yards per punt, but his biggest contribution came at quarterback. He threw for 2,852 yards and 37 touchdowns and rushed for 606 yards and 13 scores. He also had 109 tackles and four interceptions.

COACH OF THE YEAR

Jeff Craig, Blanchard

This season: The Lions got off to a roaring start, winning their first nine games with only a 28-25 win at Jones being particularly close. But in Week 10, Blanchard fell to Tuttle 56-34 to drop all the way to third in their district. The Lions bounced back perfectly, winning the next two weeks on the road en route to a Class 3A state title.

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