As we unveil the fourth edition of The Oklahoman high school sports staff’s Super 30 recruit rankings for the class of 2015, the list is becoming more difficult to manage. Nearly 40 players have Division I scholarship offers already, with more on the fringe, ready to break through. This is the second straight year that Oklahoma has produced a class of college prospects with multiple elite-level players at the top and a deep talent pool that comes from all parts of the state. Here is our final preseason version of the Super 30:
1. Josh Wariboko-Alali, Casady
OL, 6-3, 310
Wariboko-Alali recently added his 24th offer with the addition of Cal, but the Sooners also recently re-entered the picture despite his decommitment in April.
2. Jalin Barnett, Lawton
OL, 6-4, 310
Long considered one of the jewels of the class, Barnett is looking hard at OU, OSU and Arkansas.
3. Will Sunderland, DB, Midwest City, 6-4, 195
OU and Ohio State appear to be frontrunners for Sunderland, who plans to make his college announcement at an all-America game in January.
4. Marquise Overton, DT, Jenks, 6-2, 300
Committed to Oklahoma
The only state player currently committed to OU, Overton instead has his sights set on a third straight Trojan title.
5. Dahu Green, WR, Westmoore, 6-3, 190
Committed to Louisville
Green is the first big recruiting score out of Oklahoma for former OU quarterback Garrick McGee since joining Louisville as offensive coordinator.
6. John Kolar, QB, Norman North, 6-4, 190
Committed to Oklahoma State
Kolar was the Cowboys’ first commitment of the 2015 class.
7. Austin Cantrell, TE/DE, Roland, 6-4, 240
Committed to Arkansas
Oklahoma has still been in pursuit of the Razorback commit.
8. McKinley Whitfield, ATH, Spiro, 6-4, 195
One of the most fascinating players on the list with his long body and athletic gifts.
9. Warren Wand, RB, Edmond Memorial, 5-7, 170
Wand is looking hard at Arkansas State, but it’s likely more schools enter the picture throughout the season.
10. Michael Anderson, DE, Owasso, 6-3, 230
Committed to Tulsa
Coach Bill Patterson says Anderson could be one of the best defenders the Rams have produced during his time.
11. Darreyl Patterson, DB, Lawton, 6-0, 165
A fast riser during summer camps, Patterson has a half-dozen big offers to choose from.
12. Davion Freeman, WR/DB, Del City, 5-10, 160
An electrifying kick returner, Freeman could play offense or defense in college.
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