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The Oklahoman's Super 30 for the Class of 2013

By Ryan Aber, Scott Wright and Jason Kersey, Staff Writers Published: February 4, 2012

The Oklahoman's first Super 30 list ranking the top football prospects across the state for the 2013 class:

1. D.J. Ward

Defensive end, Lawton, 6-4, 235

The only junior on The Oklahoman's All-State first team, Ward's offer list includes OU, OSU, Arizona and Texas A&M.

2. Brayden Scott

Quarterback, Sequoyah-Tahlequah, 6-2, 195

Most impressive offer list so far, with Arizona State, Arkansas, Clemson, Missouri and Purdue among teams extending offers.

3. Stanvon Taylor

Wide receiver, Tulsa East Central, 5-11, 160

Might wind up on the defensive side at cornerback and already has an offer from Arkansas.

4. Rob Boyd

Offensive lineman, Vian, 6-4, 285

Big guard who had an impressive showing at OU camp last year picked up his first offer, from Tulsa, recently.

5. Devin Rolan

Linebacker, McAlester, 6-1, 220

Had 113 tackles, five sacks and an interception as a junior.

6. Darius Graham

Running back, Lawton MacArthur, 6-1, 220

Physical back had 1,492 yards and 18 touchdowns on the ground last year for the 5A runners-up.

7. Carlos Freeman

Offensive lineman, Midwest City, 6-3, 290

Breakout performance at U.S. Army All-American combine vaulted Freeman to wider prominence.

8. Heath Newland

Offensive lineman, Edmond North, 6-2, 285

Center still waiting for first offer but should see them roll in quickly soon.

9. Trey'Vonne Barr'e

Running back, Jenks, 5-10, 175

Stepping in for the injured Alex Ross this season, Barr'e showed he has the potential to become every bit the prospect Ross, who signed with OU, was.

10. Dalton Rodriguez

Defensive end, Tulsa Union, 6-6, 258

The 6A champion Redskins didn't have a top-line prospect in the class of 2012, but Rodriguez will be a prized prospect in 2013.

11. Kimmie Carson

Linebacker, Tulsa East Central, 6-2, 210

Versatile linebacker can drop back into coverage when needed and has blossomed in the last year.

12. Ben Oberste

Quarterback, Sallisaw, 6-2, 203

If he was an inch or two taller, Oberste would likely have offers from more than Tulsa, but is also athletic enough to be useful other places on the field if he's not at quarterback.

13. Khari Harding

Linebacker, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-1, 205

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