Looking for the chance to see some of the state's top college prospects in action under the Friday night lights? Here are a few places to find some:
Big stars, big game: Yukon has been playing well behind the strength of its linemen, particularly Super 30 left tackle and Tulsa commitment Tyler Bowling, along with defensive end Andre Dowuona-Hammond, who has an Air Force offer. Norman North's young offensive line will have to try to keep Dowuona-Hammond away from star quarterback and Alabama commitment David Cornwell, while tight ends Payton Prince and Tyler Sipe provide receiving options, and will step in as running options in the power game.
Jags gaining attention: Westmoore's young receivers, particularly Dahu Green and DeShawn Lookout, have had the recruiting world buzzing during the Jaguars' hot start. They have a unique matchup with visiting Muskogee and top-10 Super 30 star Tramal Ivy. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound defensive end prospect has offers from Kansas State, Washington State and Memphis, but plays safety for the Roughers. He'll be roaming around the defensive backfield trying to limit the Jags' downfield passing game.
Huskies' young star: Edmond North's defense has been solid all year, and junior linebacker Caileb Booze has been a big reason. The 6-foot-3, 205-pounder looks to be a hotly pursued player in the 2015 class. He and the Huskies will be hosting Lawton Eisenhower, who have a current Super 30 member, lineman Michael Moana. The 6-foot-3, 260-pound senior has offers from Houston and Utah State, among others.