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Recruiting: The Oklahoman's Pre-Signing Day Super 30

Here is the pre-Signing Day edition of the Oklahoman's Super 30, ranking the state's top 30 football recruits in the 2013 class:
by Ryan Aber and Scott Wright Published: January 19, 2013

6-1, 230, Committed to Tulsa

The punishing LB is joining a couple former Buffs at TU.

12. Darius Graham, Lawton MacArthur (11)

6-1, 210, Uncommitted

A season of bad luck has Graham looking for the right college opportunity.

13. Maurice Chandler, CB, Lawton (7)

6-0, 180, Committed to Texas Tech

The speedster stuck with Tech after the coaching change.

14. Cre Moore, CB, Broken Arrow (15)

6-0, 175, Committed to Kansas State

Bill Snyder always seems to find success with a top player from the state, and Moore could be next on the list.

15. Carlos Freeman, OL, Midwest City (14)

6-3, 290, Committed to Washington State

Mike Leach has recruited the state hard, and Freeman will be a good fit.

16. Corey Lawrence, ATH, Del City (16)

6-1, 175, Uncommitted

Looking at New Mexico and Oregon State, among other offers.

17. Frankie Davis, DE, Broken Arrow (20)

6-3, 225, Committed to New Mexico

Missed a chance to commit to TU, but pleased for the opportunity at New Mexico.

18. Chris Hall, FB, Tulsa Union (13)

6-0, 235, Committed to Tulsa

Highly regarded as a fullback who can block, run and catch the ball.

19. Jackson Dillon, DE, Ringling (NR)

6-6, 215, Committed to Memphis

Still a chance a bigger program snags this rising prospect.

20. Zac Uhles, OL, Norman (30)

6-4, 260, Committed to Tulsa

Anchored a powerful Tiger run game.

21. Blake Mejia, OL, Tulsa Union (21)

6-3, 280, Committed to Tulsa

One of four Union players joining coach Bill Blankenship at TU.

22. Diquon Woodhouse, RB, Altus (25)

5-11, 183, Committed to Navy

Fought back from a knee injury as a junior to earn a D-I opportunity.

23. Phillip Sumpter, S, Edmond Santa Fe (NR)

5-11, 180, Committed to Memphis

Played LB and RB for the Wolves, but fits in at safety for Memphis.

24. Khalid Kornegay, WR, Tulsa Union (NR)

6-3, 185, Committed to Tulsa

Lanky receiver has lots of room to develop.

25. Trey'Vonne Barr'e, RB, Jenks (22)

5-10, 175, Uncommitted

If he gets grades in order, some school will land a gem.

26. Kerwin Thomas, CB, Wagoner (24)

5-10, 160, Committed to Wyoming

This is the second straight year Wagoner has sent a CB a D-I program, following OSU's Kevin Peterson.

27. Trevan Smith, ATH, Edmond Santa Fe (NR)

5-8, 170, Uncommitted

Size still keeping colleges away as Smith waits for an offer.

28. Ben Oberste, ATH, Sallisaw (18)

6-2, 203, Committed to Tulsa

Primarily a QB at Sallisaw, Oberste has the body and the ability to play several skill positions at the next level.

29. Joe Bean, DB, Hooker (29)

6-1, 195, Committed to Tulsa

Small-school star looking for a chance to succeed at the D-I level.

30. Chris High, RB, Douglass (NR)

6-0, 185, Committed to Navy

Averaged better than 13 yards per carry for the Trojans.

by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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by Scott Wright
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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