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The Oklahoman's 2013 Little All-City football roster

Find out who made The Oklahoman's Little All-City roster, including first team and second team.
Oklahoman Published: January 6, 2014

Offensive Player of the Year: Landon Nault, Kingfisher

Defensive Player of the Year: Deondre Clark, Douglass

Coach of the Year: Jeff Myers, Kingfisher

First team


QB: Cameron Batson, Sr., Millwood, 5-9, 170

RB: Jesse Gregory, Sr., Tuttle, 5-9, 175

RB: Landon Nault, Sr., Kingfisher, 5-9, 185

RB: Braden Stringer, Sr., Blanchard, 5-8, 180

WR: Trainor Crossno, Sr., Casady, 6-0, 193

WR: Joe Neece, Sr., Cashion, 6-0, 180

OL: Dillon Smith, Sr., Meeker, 6-4, 250

OL: Kaden Jackson, Jr., Kingfisher, 6-2, 260

OL: Mildren Montgomery, Sr., Douglass, 6-5, 275

OL: Zak Owen, Sr., Blanchard, 6-4, 245

OL: Josh Wariboko-Alali, Jr., Casady, 6-3, 310


DL: Deondre Clark, Sr., Douglass, 6-4, 245

DL: Noble Lybrand, Sr., Bethany, 6-3, 235

DL: Gatlin Squires, Sr., Kingfisher, 6-3, 210

LB: Jalan Daniels, Sr., Blanchard, 6-2, 200

LB: Luke Frankfurt, Jr., Oklahoma Christian, 5-11, 175

LB: Johnny Jones, Sr., Douglass, 6-1, 210

LB: Larry Lambeth, Sr., Millwood, 5-11, 200

DB: Jake Blanchard, Sr., Lexington, 6-3, 170

DB: Colton Lindsey, Sr., Christian Heritage, 6-4, 185

DB: Alfonzo McMillian, Sr., Millwood, 6-0, 185

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