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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OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Austin Brooks, OCS

Senior quarterback

College choice: Undecided, is expected to play baseball in college.

This season: Brooks threw for a state-record 54 touchdowns and 3,599 yards in helping the Saints win their first football state title. He also punted for a nearly 40-yard average.

Landon Nault, Kingfisher

Junior running back

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Nault ran for 2,057 yards and 31 touchdowns in helping the Yellowjackets to the Class 3A state title game. He also caught a pair of touchdown passes and threw for two more and recorded four interceptions on defense.

Braden Stringer, Blanchard

Junior running back

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Stringer ran for 1,377 yards and 21 touchdowns to help the Lions win the Class 3A state title. He also recorded 86 tackles and an interception on defense.

Levi Hill, Hennessey

Senior running back

College choice: Being recruited by UCO, SNU and SWOSU.

This season: Hill turned in yet another spectacular season, rushing for 1,877 yards and 27 touchdowns to raise his career totals to 4,863/67.

Blake Barnes, OCS

Senior wide receiver

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Barnes was Brooks' favorite target, with 1,289 yards receiving on just 63 catches, an average of more than 20 yards per reception. He scored on nearly 40 percent of his catches, with 24 touchdowns.

Jacob Overton, Minco

Junior wide receiver

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Overton had 79 catches for 1,165 yards and 18 touchdowns to earn all-district wide receiver of the year for the second consecutive season. He also ran for 326 yards.

Jason Goff, OCS

Senior offensive lineman

College choice: Being recruited by Utah State, Tulsa and Colorado School of Mines

This season: Goff was a dominant force up front for the 2A state champions, not allowing a sack all season.

Mitch Henderson, Kingfisher

Senior offensive lineman

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

This season: Henderson was the District 3A-3 Offensive Lineman of the Year, and Kingfisher coach Jeff Myers calls him one of the best offensive linemen he's had since he arrived at the school.

Dexton Robertson, Cashion

Senior offensive lineman

College choice: Being recruited by SWOSU, NSU and OBU.

This season: The left tackle graded out at over 90 percent both for the season and his career, helping Cashion to the Class A semifinals. He's a four-year all-district lineman.

Trent Saunders, Heritage Hall

Senior offensive lineman

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Saunders, a two-year starter at center, was the Chargers' most agile offensive lineman, running a 4.9 40. He was also a force at defensive tackle, where he had 75 tackles and 12 sacks this season.

Brad Wolf, Tecumseh

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