BRYCE CARTER, CASCIA HALL
The story: The Stanford signee rarely saw a hittable pitch after hitting 11 home runs his freshman year. This season he found a way to hit .400 with four homers and 30 RBIs. Was taken in the 40th round of the MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres after telling teams he planned to attend Stanford.
CAMERON WARREN, CARL ALBERT
Position: First base
The story: Warren, an Oklahoma signee, was incredibly consistent, hitting .420 with 11 homers and 52 RBIs, while also going 8-0 on the mound with a 1.82 ERA to help the Titans win their third straight state championship before being selected in the 39th round by the New York Yankees.
DENVER COFFEE, VIAN
Position: Second base
The story: One of two juniors on the list, Coffee set school records for hits (71) and tied the doubles record (20) while leading Vian back to the state tournament one year after a runner-up finish.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
GAVIN LAVALLEY, CARL ALBERT
Position: Third base
The story: During his four-year career, LaValley set a state record with 242 RBIs and ranks sixth nationally with 66 home runs. He hit .539 with 19 homers and 75 RBIs this season before being selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the fourth round of the MLB draft and signing two days later, forgoing a career with Oklahoma.
JACOB CHAPPELL, GUTHRIE
The story: The Bluejays’ leadoff hitter did his job well, posting an on-base percentage of .596 while also driving in 40 runs to lead Guthrie to the Class 5A semifinals. He has signed with Oklahoma State.
JAKE DYER, WESTMOORE
The story: Another leadoff hitter, Dyer set school records for doubles (20), batting average (.465) and runs (60) while helping Westmoore reach the Class 6A semifinals.
JON LITTELL, STILLWATER
The story: Regarded by many as the top outfielder in the state, Littell was the most feared hitter in the Pioneers’ lineup. He hit .446 with five homers and 39 RBIs and was drafted in the 39th round of the draft by the Washington Nationals, but is expected to play at Oklahoma State.
CARSON TEEL, STILLWATER
The story: The catalyst for the Pioneers, the preferred walk-on at OSU shined at the plate and on the mound. He put up nearly identical offensive numbers as Littell from the leadoff spot, but was also 9-0 with a 1.44 ERA.
CALEB ELDRIDGE, DEER CREEK
Position: Designated hitter
The story: The Oklahoma State signee caught fire late in the season, hitting 10 of his 11 homers the last 17 games of the season as the Antlers finished as runner-up in Class 5A.
CARSON LARUE, DEWEY
The story: LaRue was simply dominant, throwing three no hitters — including one in the state tournament quarterfinals — and posting a miniscule 0.24 ERA in 59 innings. The Oklahoma State signee also struck out 116 batters while walking just 12.
KYLE TYLER, WESTMOORE
The story: The Oklahoma commitment was brilliant, going 9-1 with a 0.96 ERA while challenging school records for strikeouts and wins held by longtime MLB pitcher Jamey Wright.
COACH OF THE YEAR
WAYNE DOZIER, CARL ALBERT
The story: Dozier was the perfect coach for the Titans, guiding them to their third straight Class 5A championship, a feat that had never been accomplished before at that level. It’s the Titans’ fifth title since 2007.