The stars were wide receivers Donavan Dan and Chris McAlister, but the skill position players know none of that was possible if not for the protection by Naff and the rest of the line.
"It feels great to know I have someone of his size protecting me," quarterback Chazten Gonzales said. "That helps because that lets you know that you can do your job. He's going to allow you the opportunity."
Gonzales committed to Texas Christian three weeks ago and the Horned Frogs are one of the teams to also offer Naff.
Naff said he's not sure where he'll make his commitment yet — he's just excited about the upcoming season. He said the camps this summer have made him realize that he can play with anybody, and he knows what he needs to do.
"I'm walking on my pass blocking," Naff said. "They're happy with my run blocking, but they're trying to show me a new way for pass blocking. It's a little weird, but I think I'm getting the hang of it."
The Oklahoman's Super 30
No. 9 Jamelle Naff
School: Del City
Weight: 311 pounds
Position: Offensive lineman
Offers: Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, TCU, Tulsa, Wyoming
Did you know? The No. 1 stat to show how far Naff has come in a short time: Naff went from being unknown by most schools to now being ranked the No. 16 offensive guard in the nation, according to Rivals.com.