WR Mark Clayton, Arlington Sam Houston, 2001-04: OU's all-time leading receiver until Ryan Broyles came along.
WR Steve Rhodes, Dallas Spruce, 1976-80: Big-play wishbone flanker.
OL Byron Searcy, Fort Worth Arlington Heights, 1955-57: Starter on Bud Wilkinson's great 1957 team.
OL Terry Crouch, Dallas Skyline, 1979-81: Two-time all-American under Barry Switzer.
C Ben Habern, Argyle Liberty Christian, 2009-11: Three-year whose career ended prematurely with a neck injury.
OL J.D. Roberts, Dallas Jesuit, 1951-53: Outland Trophy winner as a senior.
OL Milton Overton, Fort Worth Dunbar, 1992-95: Three-year starter in the dark-aged ‘90s.
TE Joe Jon Finley, Arlington, 2004-07: 62 career catches, 10 touchdowns.
QB Jimmy Harris, Terrell, 1954-56: 25-0 as the Sooner quarterback.
RB Earl Johnson, Dallas Jefferson, 1983-86: 200-yard games three years apart – 259 vs. Colorado in '83, 203 vs. Kansas in '86.
RB Horace Ivory, Fort Worth Nolan Catholic, 1975-76: 37-yard TD run won the 1975 Texas game.
K Uwe von Schamann, Fort Worth Eastern Hills, 1976-78: The best kicker in OU history also had the biggest kick, the 41-yard field goal that beat Ohio State in '77.
DE Kevin Murphy, Richardson Berkner, 1981-85: All-American in '85, Big Eight defender of the year in '83.
DE Reggie Barnes, South Grand Prairie, 1989-92: All-Big Eight for Gary Gibbs in '91.
DT John Goodman, Richardson Berkner, 1976-79: Played five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
DT Dusty Dvoracek, Lake Dallas, 2001-05: Tommie Harris' sidekick for three memorable defenses.
LB Joe Bowden, Mesquite North, 1989-91: Gary Gibbs' only all-American in six years as head coach.
LB Brian Bosworth, Irving MacArthur, 1984-86: Two-time Butkus Award winner.
LB Dante Jones, Dallas Skyline, 1984-87: Made all-American after Bosworth's departure.
DB Darrius Johnson, Terrell, 1992-95: Played five NFL seasons.
DB Rickey Dixon, Wilmer-Hutchins, 1984-87: 1987 Jim Thorpe Award winner.
DB Scott Hill, Hurst Bell: Excellent safety remembered most for his big hit on Tony Dorsett.
DB Bobby Boyd, Garland: Also a quarterback in the single-platoon days; had 57 NFL interceptions.
P Joe Don Looney, Fort Worth Paschal, 1962: Known for his running and his off-field antics, but an all-American punter in '62.