Former Edmond Santa Fe star Aaron Anderson is coming home after playing his freshman season at Fresno State. He averaged 15 minutes per game and got 12 starts for the Bulldogs as a true freshman.
The Bronchos signed one of the state's top scorers, Jacob Richardson of Porter, who averaged 32.2 points as a senior.
Midwest City product Jarrod McDaniel is returning to the team at UCO, and the team signed three junior-college prospects.
In addition to Texas native Phillip Brown of Northern-Enid, Evans signed a pair of local products in Southeast's Trai Jordan, out of Murray State, and El Reno's Devante Moore from Connors State.
BETHANY SEEKING GIRLS BASKETBALL COACH
Bethany girls basketball coach Jared Black is moving to the next level, taking an assistant's position with the women's program at Southern Nazarene, giving Bethany another basketball coaching position to fill.
Black has been at Bethany for five seasons, and the school will begin searching for his replacement immediately.
Boys coach Phil Brown stepped away from coaching earlier this month to focus on his duties as athletic director and teacher, and the school hopes to be able to name his replacement soon.
TWO GENERALS HEADED FOR SNU
U.S. Grant missed making the soccer playoffs this year but two of the Generals will continue their career at Southern Nazarene University.
Javier Hernandez and Edgardo Luevano have both received scholarships from SNU to play soccer.
Hernandez was a three-year starter at U.S. Grant and the only returning starter from the Generals' 2012 playoff team.
The senior captain of the team, Hernandez played every minute of every game this season.
“Two traits that make him so dangerous are his great speed and his very accurate touch,” U.S. Grant coach Stephen Cookson said. “Luevano is an aggressive defender.”