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Oklahoman All-State football first team

Find out more about the players on The Oklahoman's 2012 All-State first team.


Steven Thompson, Carl Albert

Junior quarterback

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Few districts boasted the quarterback talent of 5A-2 and by the end of the season Thompson, the least experienced of the group, stood as the top. Thompson was the offensive catalyst in all four of the Titans' playoff wins and finished with more than 1,900 rushing yards and 36 touchdowns.


Trey'Vonne Barr'e

Senior running back

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Became the first Jenks back to rush for more than 4,000 yards in a career. He finished with 4,752 yards after posting the top rushing season in Class 6A with 2,229 yards and 31 touchdowns on 230 carries with an average of 9.7 yards per attempt.

Lawrence Evitt, Wagoner

Junior running back

College choice: Undecided, receiving interest from Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas State and Kansas.

This season: Led the state in rushing with 273 carries for 2,980 yards (10.9 yards per carry) and 35 touchdowns. Set school record with 408 yards and six touchdowns against Oologah. Evitt already holds six school records, and he could set more along with making some nearly untouchable.

Cody Chancellor, Bishop McGuinness

Senior wide receiver

College choice: Undecided, being recruited by Ohio, Tulsa, Penn, Yale and Emporia State

This season: A constant big-play threat, Chancellor's standout season was highlighted by a six-catch, 359-yard game against Carl Albert in September. He totaled 1,397 yards and 21 TDs on 61 catches for the year.

Jordan Smallwood, Jenks

Senior wide receiver

College choice: Oklahoma.

This season: The big, strong wideout was the go-to guy in the Jenks passing game, catching 48 balls for 835 yards and 11 touchdowns, an average of 17.4 yards per catch. He has been invited to the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.

Trevan Smith, Edmond Santa Fe

Senior wide receiver

College choice: Undecided.

This season: When the Wolves needed a big play downfield, they regularly went Smith's way. The younger brother of former Santa Fe and OU star Reggie Smith, Trevan is a bit smaller but every bit as dynamic, recording 1,333 yards and 15 touchdowns receiving.

Rob Boyd, Vian

Junior offensive lineman

College choice: Tulsa.

This season: Boyd was the most dominating offensive lineman in Class 2A and led the Wolverines to the state semifinals and No. 1 ranking most of the season. Boyd was a four-year starter in the offensive line for Vian and has verbally committed to Tulsa.

Ryne Yost, Lawton High

Senior offensive lineman

College choice: Undecided, being recruited by Oklahoma, North Texas, South Dakota, Sam Houston State and Air Force.

This season: Yost moved in from Elk City, adjusting well to Class 6A with an average grade of 90 percent at left tackle. He was a constant force for the injury-depleted Wolverines and was named District 6A-1's Offensive Lineman of the Year.

Brandon Waggoner, Jenks

Senior offensive lineman

College choice: Undecided, being recruited by Memphis, Central Arkansas, Pitt State, Central Oklahoma

This season: Waggoner helped pave the way for Jenks' daunting ground attack, and the school's all-time leading rusher, Trey'Vonne Barr'e. The run game was the key to Jenks' success, especially in the state title game.

Grant Lee, Clinton

Junior offensive lineman

College choice: Undecided.

This season: Lee started at both offensive and defensive tackle for the Red Tornadoes for a second straight season. His play up front opened holes for sophomore running back Marquiz Simpkins, who rushed for 2,009 yards this season as Clinton won the Class 4A state championship.

Sam Noble, Oologah

Senior offensive lineman

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