Super 30 list: The top recruits for the Class of 2014

A look at The Oklahoman's Top 30 recruits in the state of Oklahoma for the Class of 2014.
BY SCOTT WRIGHT Published: August 25, 2013
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A look at The Oklahoman's Top 30 recruits in the state of Oklahoma for the Class of 2014.

1. Steven Parker

DB, Jenks, 6-2, 185

Uncommitted

It doesn't appear that a decision is in the near future for the state's top prospect.

2. David Cornwell

QB, Norman North, 6-5, 235

Committed to Alabama

With recruiting and his OSSAA battle behind him, Cornwell can focus on football.

3. Deondre Clark

DE, Douglass, 6-3, 240

Committed to LSU

Class 4A offensive tackles, be prepared; Clark is motivated to bring Douglass a gold ball.

4. Justice Hansen

QB, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-3, 200

Committed to Oklahoma

After a quiet summer since his commitment, look for Hansen to make plenty of noise on the field this season.

5. Gyasi Akem

LB, Broken Arrow, 6-1, 215

Committed to Oklahoma State

One of four Broken Arrow players already committed to Division I programs, with more likely to come.

6. Jordan Brailford

DE, Tulsa Washington, 6-3, 220

Committed to Oklahoma State

Had 11 sacks on a bum leg last year. Now, he's fully healthy.

7. Jeffery Mead

WR, Tulsa Union, 6-6, 175

Committed to Oklahoma

Mead had 33 catches last year and expect that number to increase in his senior season.

8. Devon Thomas

RB, Broken Arrow, 5-11, 210

Committed to Oklahoma State

BA needs reliability out of Thomas to keep the offense balanced.

9. Dylan Harding

DB, Jenks, 6-2, 190

Committed to Oklahoma State

After the OSU offer came, Harding only needed five minutes to make his decision.

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