No., Name, Pos., School (Ht., Wt.)
1. Barry J. Sanders, RB, Heritage Hall (5-11, 190)
Already has 13 offers and includes Alabama, Florida State, UCLA and Oklahoma State among his favorites. Junior season cut short by foot injury but averaged more than 11 yards per carry. Coach Andy Bogert said Sanders' biggest asset has been his ability to become a complete back.
2. Alex Ross, ATH, Jenks (6-1, 205)
Always dreamed about going to Oklahoma, and as soon as the offer came, he verbally committed. Admits he is still learning to play the running back position. One of the most dynamic players in the state in 2010 and one of the fastest athletes in the state.
3. Cayman Bundage, OL, Douglass (6-2, 293)
Came onto the scene last summer and hasn't dropped off. His college future appears to be at center, and he really impressed at the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio last month. Florida State has been leading the charge.
4. Sterling Shepard, WR, Heritage Hall (5-11, 175)
Shepard's size would be the only deterrent. That hasn't stopped five schools from offering him, including Oklahoma. His father and his two uncles played for the Sooners. Shepard is arguably the biggest all-around threat in the state as a receiver, defensive back and kick returner.
5. Donovan Roberts, RB, Norman (6-0, 195)
Indiana has the inside track on landing the Tigers' star because of the relationship Roberts has with former OU offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson. When Wilson took the job at Indiana, it didn't take long for the offer to be extended to Roberts. His size is his biggest strength.
6. Damian Gibson, TE, Tulsa East Central (6-3, 220)
His work ethic was his biggest question mark, but a solid junior season silenced critics. Receiving interest from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State to go with Miami and Penn State.
7. Blake Belcher, OL, Guthrie (6-6, 271)
Great size and has impressed at combines last summer. Belcher has quick feet and is receiving interest from several Big 12 and Pac-10 schools, including Oklahoma.
8. Ricky Reeves, DB, Midwest City (5-11, 175)
Reeves is one of three Bomber defenders on this list and has arguably the most potential of the trio. Has performed well at combines since season has concluded.
9. Ashton Henderson, DL, Jenks (6-2, 321)
One of the biggest players in the state but with great athleticism, too. His weight has been an issue, but Henderson said he is ready to slim down heading into his senior season.
10. Michael Thomas, DB, Lawton MacArthur (6-1, 195)
A sleeper at this point. Thomas is making the move up recruiting charts because of how physical he has been at defensive back.
11. Sheldon Wilson, RB, Anadarko (5-10, 170)
His 49 rushing touchdowns put him on the map, and his combine performances are keeping him there. Not the biggest but great potential as an all-around back. Said he is working on his upper body strength heading into senior year.
12. Ramsey Hamilton, QB, Beggs (6-2, 180)
The top-rated quarterback in the state for the 2012 class. Said his strength is making plays scrambling out of the pocket. Arkansas is showing high interest, but there are several other teams in the Big Ten, Big 12 and SEC giving him a look.
13. Andrew Long, RB, Southmoore (5-9, 165)
Another player whose lack of size is wiped away by what he can do on the field. Must show he has fully recovered from a foot injury. Has come up big against the SaberCats' toughest opponents the last two seasons and has sprinter's speed.
14. Conner Sherwood, LB, Cascia Hall (6-2, 215)
Has been on the national recruiting radar since his sophomore season. A physical presence who is able to stop opposing teams' rushing attacks.
15. Daniel Burton, OL, Putnam City North (6-4, 270)
Opposing coaches rave about Burton's ability, and he has good size. Potential to become that unknown lineman that breaks out with offers this spring.
16. Victor Williams, DB, Muskogee (5-9, 165)
Another all-around threat for the Roughers. Williams' size will be a drawback, but he's already shown in combines he can compete with the best.
17. Kevin Peterson, DB, Wagoner (5-11, 165)
A two-way threat with the Bulldogs who played a big role in helping Wagoner reach the state championship. Getting more and more comfortable at cornerback.
18. Ronnie Davis, DB, Midwest City (6-1, 170)
Went through some growing pains in his first year in the secondary but started to put it together later in the season. Receiving interest from several Big 12 schools.
19. Adrian McDonald, ATH, Lawton Eisenhower (5-10, 160)
Being recruited as an athlete right now, but McDonald made a big statement this year at quarterback for the Eagles. Tremendous playmaking ability.
20. Casey Curtis, RB, Putnam City (5-8, 175)
Nobody can catch him in the open field as Curtis' speed sets him apart. Despite relative small size, showed good toughness in being the workhorse for the Pirates. Also a dangerous kick returner.
21. Kason Key, QB, Owasso (6-4, 195)
The Rams weren't expected to do much last year. However, led by Key, Owasso made a run to state semifinals. Key said he is a pocket passer and is receiving heavy interest from Missouri, among other Big 12 schools.
22. Zeke Lewis, LB, Midwest City (5-10, 205)
On a team loaded with defensive stars, Lewis was the most productive on the field in 2010. He's a force at linebacker at the high school level, but his future in college also could be at safety.
23. Cole Swayze, QB, Purcell (6-1, 195)
Another recruit that has been on the radar for a good two years. Offered by Oklahoma State last summer but is once again trying to come back from a major injury. Swayze tore his ACL midway through last season, but his production cannot be questioned.
24. Corben Jones, QB, Yukon (6-2, 185)
Became a name on the recruiting circuit last season and has received heavy interest from Oklahoma State since that time. Said he'll be working on his decision-making as he thinks he tried to force things too many times last year.
25. Markus Wakefield, DL, Heritage Hall (6-1, 270)
He's been this big since his sophomore year, and it looks like his future will be at nose guard. His intelligence and his quick feet help him stand out, said coach Andy Bogert. Wakefield did a great job of clogging up running games last season.
26. Alton Adkins, RB, Glenpool (5-10, 180)
Emerged as one of the state's best running backs last season. Good toughness and the spring and summer should open up doors for Adkins.
27. Jesse Vester, WR, Stillwater (5-10, 180)
Vester and quarterback Jerame Littell have developed a great chemistry. Vester is one of the legitimate deep threats in the state and is receiving interest from Big 12 schools.
28. Darrack Harger, QB, Sand Springs (6-3, 190)
Harger got to learn under former star Johnny Deaton and is on track to become the next solid quarterback for the Sandites. He is receiving interest from several Big 12 schools.
29. Eric Dockins, RB, Broken Bow (6-0, 195)
If one player has a chip on his shoulder on the list, it's Dockins. An injury-filled junior season didn't allow for Dockins to be at his best, and his stock has dropped. If he can stay healthy, he can definitely make a move up.
30. Adam Boyd, ATH, McAlester (6-1, 185)
Interest is ranging from all over the country for the wide receiver and defensive back. Teams from the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-10 have shown interest.
Just missed the cut: Quintaz Struble, Heritage Hall; Derek Deeds, Yukon; James Flanders, Midwest City; Kendal Davis, Sapulpa; Jevonte Cross, Tulsa East Central; Keon Hatcher, Owasso; Brent Wilson, Ponca City; Tylor Seabolt, Jones; Orion Jones, Jenks; Landry Chappell, Guthrie.