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Oklahoman All-State baseball first team

BY ROBERT PRZYBYLO Staff Writer Published: June 4, 2011

Cameron O'Brien, Tulsa Kelley

Position: Catcher

Class: Senior

The story: After knocking on the door the last couple of years, the Comets got the job done in winning the Class 5A state championship. O'Brien was stellar at and behind the plate, hitting .422 with nine home runs and 47 RBIs. Has signed with Louisville.

Justin Steelmon, Owasso

Position: First baseman

Class: Senior

The story: Anyone who believes the Rams were just Bundy is sorely mistaken. Steelmon was one of the most feared hitters in the state with a .490 average, eight home runs and 52 RBIs in helping Rams to the state championship game.

Ryan Ainsworth, Sterling

Position: Second baseman

Class: Senior

The story: Made first-team All-State as a sophomore and is back in his senior year. Led team with .521 average and also had seven home runs and 54 RBIs. Went 5-0 on the mound with 44 strikeouts in 27 2/3 innings.

Brian Anderson, Deer Creek

Position: Shortstop

Class: Senior

The story: Anderson's 36 RBIs don't stand out, but his 61 runs scored show just how productive he was. Also one of the best defensive fielders in the state. Anderson hit .509 and had 63 strikeouts in 36 1/3 innings. Has signed with Arkansas.

Michael Fulmer, Deer Creek

Position: Third baseman

Class: Senior

The story: From pitcher with great potential as a junior to one of the most dominant players in the state as a senior. Fulmer became a complete player without losing any of his brilliance on the mound. Drove in 43 runs and had 127 strikeouts in just 68 1/3 innings.

Adrian Houser, Locust Grove

Position: Outfielder

Class: Senior

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