Tulsa East Central's Stanvon Taylor, who committed to OU in May, is a dream to coach, according to Bobby Klinck. Taylor says he's learned from seeing the mistakes of other talented players who didn't make it to the Division I level.
Quarterback Brayden Scott, who has committed to Memphis, has tested out his future in ‘Dynasty' mode of video games. His digital counterpart has quarterbacked plenty of top teams and won a few Heismans. Soon, it will be Scott's turn to try his hand at college football.
Kimmie Carson first played the linebacker position in the 2010 playoffs. Nearly two years later, he's widely considered the top linebacker in the state, and coach Bobby Klinck still calls him ‘a raw talent.'
After transferring from Tulsa Central in January, Devanta Johnson can't participate in team activities until an OSSAA issue is resolved. In the meantime, he's making the rounds at camps and trying to learn as much as he can.
The Carolina Panthers' Reggie Smith remains one of the faces of the Edmond Santa Fe football program. But his brother Trevan Smith is making his own path as a receiver/cornerback for the Wolves already earning a scholarship offer from South Dakota.