VYPE Top 100 Mr. Football Nominees Presented by Shelter Insurance
VYPE Top 100 Mr. Football Nominees Presented by Shelter Insurance
#1 Kendal Daniels
ATH - Sr - 6-4, 195
Daniels tops our list and has offers from just about every top program in the country. A three year-starter, Daniels has speed to burn and is perhaps the state's best playmaker.
#2 AJ Green
RB/CB - Sr - 5-11, 190
The State's best running back had offers from LSU, Oklahoma, Michigan and OSU before deciding on the Razorbacks. Quick, elusive, fast and powerful makes Green a lethal combination.
#3 Collin Oliver
ILB - Sr - 6-2, 220
Edmond Santa Fe
Oliver is Santa Fe's predator on the defensive side of the ball. Gifted with speed and size, Collin has committed to OSU.
#4 Ethan Downs
DE/TE - Sr - 6-5, 235
Downs is Sooner-Born and Sooner-Bred, committing early to Oklahoma. With a long stature, Downs can play both sides of the ball and helped lead the Eagles to a state title game in 2019.
#5 Bryce Stephens
ATH - Sr - 6-1, 170
Stephens is electric, no matter the position. With offers from Michigan, OSU, TCU and plenty of others, the recruiters are bought in on Bryce's game-breaker ability.
#6 Javion Hunt
RB - Sr - 6-0, 203
The multi-time state champion plays big in big games for the Titans as Carl Albert looks to defend their title. The Arkansas commit plays with a chip and with the size and speed, he is a must-watch in 2020.
#7 Ty Williams
ATH - Sr - 6-1, 186
The electric playmaker returns for his senior year. With his recruiting shut down and Williams on his way to Stillwater, he can now focus on getting Muskogee over the hump and back to the state title game.
#8 Jordan Mukes
DB - Sr - 6-3 - 200
Choctaw is starting to become factory for talent and Mukes is the next in line. The Sooner-commit is primed to lead a talented group of Yellowjackets in 2020.
#9 Keuan Parker
ATH - Sr - 5-11, 165
Booker T. Washington
Parker is a ball-hawk in the Hornets secondary. The athletic DB will be roaming SE Williams Stadium like a cheetah in 2020.
#10 Andre Dollar
TE - Jr - 6-5, 231
Dollar is the perfect modern-day tight end and the state's best. Blue bloods and P5 schools alike have offered him in hopes of landing the Mustang product.
#11 Jaden Bray
WR - Sr - 6-3, 190
Another Arkansas Committ, Bray is a production machine. Looking to add to his nearly 1,000 yards receiving in 2019.
#12 Gentry Williams
ATH - Jr - 6-1, 175
Booker T. Washington
Don't blink, because he's gone. The junior playmaker for Booker T. Washington is perhaps the fastest player in the state and might top the list next year. All while having his pick on where he wants to go to school.
#13 Jacob Sexton
OT - Jr - 6-6, 295
The junior offensive lineman has offers from Tennesse, Texas, OU and just about everyone else. A massive stature with good feet and can play nasty up front for the Antlers.
#14 Talyn Shettron
WR - Jr - 6-4, 180
Edmond Santa Fe
Another junior that will be in the spotlight in 2020, Shettron has been starting for three years. The rangy receiver will go up and get it, or run right by you, all while possessing exceptional hands.
#15 Maurion Horn
ATH - Jr - 5-11, 165
Horn joins a list of talented Tigers returning in 2020. He has speed to burn and can change a game on a dime. Another exceptional 2021 recruit.
#16 CJ Brown
RB/CB - Jr - 5-11, 180
Another Demon from Beggs is in the Top 20. Not bad for a 2A school and the favorites to take back their crown in 2020. Brown will handle the load at RB.
#17 Chase Jackson
WR - Sr - 6-2, 170
A highly productive receiver with great hands, great technique, and speed. He's 6-2, but plays like he's 6-4. Jackson will be leaned upon heavily by the Yellowjackets in 2020.
#18 Aden Kelley
DT - Sr - 6-4, 260
Kelly is the WarDaddy of small schools in western Oklahoma. Nearly unblockable, he will be the anchor of the Terriers defense.
#19 Solomon Wright
DT - Sr - 6-1, 270
The pedigree is special in this one. Solomon's father is the All-American and NFL linebacker Kenyetta Wright and will look to finish the job that came up short in 2019 for the Wolverines.
#20 Tevin Williams
WR - Sr - 6-1, 176
The Stillwater playmaker has been doing it for the Pioneers for a while now. With a good core of players back, Stillwater might have a chance to avenge last year's 2019 6A2 title loss to Bixby.
#21 Rejhan Tatum
LB - Sr - 6-2, 224
With multiple D-I recruiting offers resulting from Tatum’s size and quickness to not only stop the run but also defend the pass the Eagles “strike force” has given Del City proven talent to contend for more than just a District crown but potentially be in the mix for the 6A-II gold ball.
#22 Melvin Swindle II
OG/NG - Sr - 6-3, 300
The size and mobility of Swindle is magnified through the two-way lineman’s strength impressing college recruiters and provides the Chargers with impact performance results to lead this year’s team to a Class 3A title.
#23 Logan Nobles
LT - Sr - 6-6, 275
The Trojan senior needs his own mailman to deliver the continual recruiting offer letters as Nobles size and agility make his proven talents a desired talent and an impact force upfront to power the Trojans offense this season.
#24 Chris McClellan
DE - Jr - 6-3, 270
The combination of size, strength and mobility has opponents running the opposite direction and has Edison football continuing to build great expectations for success in 2020 as recruiting offers continue to pile up.
#25 Makale Smith
CB/WR - Sr - 6-2, 164
As the Bombers prepare for a deep playoff run in 6A-II, the speed and athleticism of Smith offers the Bombers a two-way threat as a DB with closing speed to burn as well as a take it to the house receiver.
#26 Owen Ostroski
DT/OL/TE - Sr - 6-2, 242
The son of NFL standout Jerry Ostroski, the current day “Big O” is proving he has the skills to be a dominant force on the defensive line but with the mobility and durability to go both ways for the Dutch.
#27 Donovan Stephens
LB - Sr - 6-1, 205
The Eagles defensive unit is stacked with talent including the fly to the football skills of Stephens to punish the ball carrier as well as create turnovers in pass coverage.
#28 Cameron Little
K/P - Sr - 6-1, 165
A true game changer as one of the nation’s best, Little’s punting often makes field position an advantage for Southmoore as well as putting points on the scoreboard by kicking with accuracy and range.
#29 Emaud Triplett
RB - Sr - 5-11, 210
After early recruiting attention resulted in a commitment to Army, the strong and elusive running back skills of Triplett will once enhance the ground game for the defending Class 6A-I champions.
#30 Bryce Drummond
QB - Sr - 6-4, 220
With his 6-4 frame, Drummond stands comfortably in the pocket and makes the proper read to deliver the pass. The North Texas Commit also has the decision making ability and mobility to carve up defenders running the football.
#31 Trevian “AJ” Sirls
LB - Sr - 6-2, 212
With just one look in person or on game tape, it’s apparent to see why college recruiters covet the athleticism of the Chargers linebacker that provides even more speed and strength to the Heritage Hall defensive unit .
#32 Lance Petermann
OL - Sr - 6-5, 275
Big, strong and with agility, Petermann does things with a ferocious blue-collar mentality to give the Pioneers a proven performer at the line of scrimmage as the Blue and Gold chase the 6A-II state title in 2020.
#33 Cade McConnell
OL - Jr - 6-6, 280
Whether he’s downfield blocking for the ‘Jackets ground game as well as providing comfort in the pocket, the size and mobility of McConnell creates a big challenge for opposing defensive coordinators.
#34 Darryan Moss
LB - Sr - 6-2, 220
The middle linebacker for the Tigers uses his strength, quickness and nose for the football to rip through opponents blocking schemes to punish ball carriers.
#35 Robert Mbroh
OLB - Sr - 6-3, 220
The Chargers group of linebackers in 2020 may collectively be the state’s best at any one high school exampled by the aggressiveness and speed of Mbroh to get to the football and make the tackles, many times for minus yardage.
#36 Noah Alexander
RB - Sr - 5-10, 188
The force and quickness of the Ironheads running back continues to draw recruiting offers and special defensive schemes to try to limit Alexander’s results after he totaled 1,448 yards and 17 touchdowns during his junior year.
#37 James Burnett
OLB - Sr - 6-3, 210
Edmond Santa Fe
With the mobility and non-stop energy of Burnett at linebacker, the Wolves are playing with the belief that defense WINS championship as Santa Fe becomes the best of the West in the 6A-I title chase.
#38 Devin Johnson
ATH/QB - Sr - 6-1, 170
With strength, vision and speed, Johnson creates an open field threat to execute the Bears offense to near perfection to give his team victory on the gridiron.
#39 Javyn Wright
QB/DB - Sr - 6-0, 175
A true game changing force for the Wolverines march to last year’s Class 2A state finals, Wright has the agility to produce a CD filled with highlight reel runs to the end zone as well as producing turnovers with force against the run or defending opponents passing game.
#40 Nasir Kemper
RB/WR/DB - Sr - 6-1, 175
Kemper is a triple threat performer as the Highlanders leading rusher the last two years can also take a quick pass route the distance as well as punishing opponents with contact while playing safety.
#41 Braylin Presley
RB - Jr - 5-9, 175
The family bloodline continues to be championship level as the Spartans junior looks to build upon last year’s breakout season as Braylin displayed explosive ball carrier skills to help Bixby to another state championship.
#42 Angelo Rankin Jr
WR/DB/RB - Sr - 5-10, 175
Edmond Santa Fe
Rankin will help the Wolves defeat their opponents in a variety of ways. A hard hitting safety scored two defensive touchdowns as well as displaying the speed to burn defenders taking receptions to the end zone.
#43 Isaac Smith
DE/TE - Sr - 6-6, 235
"Mean as a junk yard dawg", Smith’s relentless pursuit of the football resulted in 13 QB sacks and 27 tackles for loss last season. The 6-6 Tulsa commit will be a defensive force as they seek to win another Class 4A crown.
#44 Jonathan Ashford
OL - So - 6-5, 320
Edmond Santa Fe
The mountain man in the Wolves offensive front proves his strength and dominance in the run game for the Wolves. Ashford, just a sophomore has already drawn a college offer from Memphis for his skills last year.
#45 Tatton Anderson
RB/S - Sr - 5-11, 180
The old-school style gridiron standout of the Longhorns will challenge Oklahoma’s all-time career rushing record while also being a force on defense. Horns need short yardage? He's there. Need to make a stop? He's there.
#46 Shea Dan
WR - Sr - 6-5, 175
The recruiting desk at Union continues to draw mail to the attention of Dan as the long and athletic wide receiver of the Redskins can make a catch in traffic as well as stretch the field leaving defenders pulling up their socks.
#47 Brandon Girard
WR - Sr - 5-11, 175
The elusive receiver of the Lions has the sure handed skills to turn a wheel route into a speedy trek to the end zone as well as take a pitch out of the backfield to pick up added rushing yardage.
#48 Dontierre Fisher
RB - Jr - 5-11, 180
During his first two seasons in the Checotah backfield, Fisher has displayed his balance, vision and speed to elude defenders and dash to the end zone 32 times for the ‘Cats.
#49 Colemon Thurber
DL - Jr - 6-4, 235
The Trojans have a long list of championship caliber D-linemen and Thurber fits the mold. With quickness and strength, the muscle bound Thurber will be a key figure in the defensive strength of Jenks drive for gold in 2020.
#50 Gabe Trevillison
RB - Sr - 5-9, 180
The workhorse in in the Timberwolves ground game, Trevillison will grind out short yards to move the chains and scamper free to the end zone on cross country treks.
#51 Qwontrel Walker
RB - Sr - 5-9, 195
The Pioneer workhorse has proven to be durable and strong by the fact he needs less than 300 yards to surpass the 6,000 yard total for his career and add to his 67 touchdowns.
#52 Mason Williams
QB - Sr - 5-11, 175
The senior quarterback knows how to win by using his football IQ to make the proper reads and then deliver on target passes with precision, producing a 75% completion rate to guide Bixby to another 6A-II championship season.
#53 Carson May
QB - Jr - 6-5, 205
Another standout talent out of the Longhorns quarterback factory, May is fulfilling his dream to follow in the footsteps of previous Jones signal callers, totalling over 2,300 yards passing and 22 touchdowns last year.
#54 Collin Morrison
DE/DT/TE - Sr - 6-7, 240
Standing tall, Morrison has the knockout punch to drag down opposing quarterbacks while blitzing off the edge. Also a basketball talent for the Comets, the 2020 senior has the sure handed receiving skills to make a catch in traffic.
#55 Garrett Humann
OL - Sr - 6-5, 290
A four-year starter in the Jags offensive front, Humann dominates conflicts at the line of scrimmage using his height for leverage and muscle to overpower defenders.
#56 Dillon Gilbert
OL - Sr - 6-4, 285
The efforts of Gilbert on the line continue prove to Rams opponents that it’s what’s up front that matters most. With strength and reach, the Owasso senior keeps running lanes open while protecting the QB in the passing game.
#57 Sherrod Davis
WR/CB - Sr - 6-3, 210
The big-time playmaker is a unique talent that Del City coaches bring to the sidelines. Davis was just short of the 1,000 yard receiving and reaching the end zone once for every four catches while using his size and strength.
#58 Cade Stephenson
QB/SS - Sr - 6-2, 185
The Yellowjackets senior brings a dual purpose talent as Stephenson can produce game-winning offense with his passing or running for scores. He's a game-changing defender for Kingfisher as well..
#59 Joe Washington
WR/DB - Sr - 6-3, 212
A two-way playmaker in the Chargers lineup capable of producing game changing results as a receiver capable of making a sure handed grab in a crowd as well as playing lockdown coverage in the Chargers secondary.
#60 Caleb Webb
RB/OLB/DB - Sr - 6-1, 200
The versatility of Webb contributes in a variety of positions, none better than at linebacker where he consistently displays his natural instincts to find the ball and the speed to chase down opponents.
#61 Caden Harrell
LB - Sr - 6-1, 220
One of the state’s premier talents at LB, Harrell combines athleticism with his aggressive nature to corral opposing running backs. Give Harrell the handoff and get out of his way unless you want to be steamrolled.
#62 Alton Robinson
OL - Jr - 6-4, 300
The size and strength of Robinson gives the Yellowjackets confidence in their pass protection as well as with the ground game as “Big Fella 54” uses his size for leverage to pile up pancake blocks.
#63 Blake Millspaugh
OL - Sr - 6-5, 340
Tipping the scales while stretching the measuring sticks, Millspaugh adds high level energy to his play on the line of scrimmage resulting in the total package college recruiters desire and opponents fear.
#64 Ben Harris
QB - Sr - 6-2, 210
A traditional pro-style quarterback, the Titan signal caller has proven he has the necessary intangibles to create success after leading the them to the Class 5A state championship the last two seasons.
#65 Caden Hendren
ATH/OLB - SR - 6-2, 190
The physicality of the Wildcats playmaker continues to draw recruiters attention while opposing coordinators scheme to slow down the fast charging OLB who has proven the skill to defend both the run and pass.
#66 Austin Mages
QB/SS - Sr - 6-0, 195
With confidence and touch to throw fade routes on target as well as rifle the bullet pass between coverage, Mages also challenge opponents running the football to lead the Demons drive into the playoffs again in 2020.
#67 Iman Oates
OL - Sr - 6-3, 290
The combination of quickness and balance with size fuels the motor of the Eagles lineman at the line of scrimmage in pass protection as well as run blocking. Iman will be a key to Edison’s expectations in 2020.
#68 Braeden Winters
LB/TE - Sr - 6-2, 232
Evidenced by recording over 100 tackles last season with power and speed, Winters displays the tools needed to produce highlight reel results whether the Bruins LB covers the passing lanes or fights off blocks to make the tackle.
#69 Stephen Kittleman
QB - Sr - 5-10, 165
There’s something unique about the Trojans football player who wears #9 and this year’s Jenks quarterback has all the intangibles needed to help guide the tradition-rich program back to the top of 6A-I.
#70 Holden Martinson
DE/TE - Sr - 6-5, 236
A near perfect blend of size, strength and athleticism, Martinson makes the most of his skills to race into opponents backfield while using his frame to his advantage to make the catch at the tight end position for the Eagles.
#71 Kyron Downing
RB - Jr - 5-11, 173
One of Oklahoma’s fastest runners, Downing delivers consistent results for the Hornets with sprinter’s speed, vision and balance. Give him a step and he’s gone to the end zone to cash in for six points.
#72 Kentrell “Buddy” Bizzell
RB - Jr - 6-1, 200
The Titans running back totaled over 1,100 yards rushing as a sophomore and looks to extend the family tradition of championship football for the Titans. The muscled-up tailback looks for a second consecutive state ring.
#73 Dayton Wolfe
QB - Sr - 6-0, 200
A true dual-threat quarterback, Wolfe continues to produce game winning results totaling 2,200 yards-plus passing for 22 scores with a 65-percent completion rate as well as finding added yards running the football.
#74 Alex Millspaugh
OL - Sr - 6-2, 285
The fuel behind the Bronchos offensive success results from the consistent play of Millspaugh who has the strength to overpower defenders to open running lanes as well as providing protection and time for the passing game.
#75 Gavin Houska
QB - Sr - 6-0, 200
After taking the responsibilities of executing the Deer Creek offense last year, the multi-talented quarterback will play a vital role in the Antlers efforts to light up the scoreboard this year.
#76 Lennard Kuhl
TE - Sr - 6-4, 220
Size, strength and a high football IQ makes Kuhl an impact performer for the Cyclones including the ability to catch the ball in traffic as well as using his frame as an advantage when blocking opponents.
#77 Jahkobie Smith
RB/FS/DB - Sr - 5-10, 165
There’s not much that Smith can do for the Eagles having proven his raw athleticism, strength and elusiveness on offense as well as creating game changing results playing downhill with force in the secondary.
#78 Te’Zohn Taft
RB - Sr - 5-11, 170
The Chieftains standout has proved he has more than just speed with the ball in his hands as Taft has the balance, power and elusiveness to slip through a crease and race to the end zone.
#79 Donnie Wingate
DL/LB/ATH - Sr - 6-3, 220
Another key piece of the Yellowjackets defensive scheme that skyrocketed Choctaw to the semifinals in 2019. With size and strength, Wingate can fight off opposing blockers while making tackles or rushing the quarterback.
#80 Jayden Patrick
DB/WR - Sr - 5-11, 170
Speed is just one of the skills that Patrick brings to the action for the Trojans as a lockdown defender plus a proven kick return talent. Patrick also gives Jenks another available receiver to stretch the field for big results.
#81 Waylon Adams
TE/LB - Sr - 6-4, 230
The sure handed tight end has proven the ability to take a short pass route reception and turn it into added yardage as well an aggressive blocker using his size and strength to his advantage.
#82 Luke McEndoo
DE/FB - Sr - 6-2, 235
The Pioneers have plenty of confidence in the talents of McEndoo to protect the edge as well as disrupt play in the backfield. The 2020 senior also provides a proven blocking skills plus power to pick up short yardage for first downs.
#83 Donald May
RB/FS/SB - Sr - 5-11, 162
Tiger coaches know the speed and agility of May will play a key role in this year’s success. Whether he’s running with the ball or catching a pass, May can turn a crease into a trip to the end zone while providing contact on defense.
#84 Kevin Greene
DT - Sr - 6-3, 270
The conflict on the line of scrimmage fuels the fire of the Eagles senior as Greene consistently sheds off blockers and gets to the football including dragging down opposing quarterbacks for minus yardage.
#85 Bryant Watts
LB - Sr - 6-0, 220
Topping the Redskins charts for tackles the last two years, Watts is a proven talent whose natural instincts get him to the football where the ringleader of Kingston’s defense leaves no doubt about the results of the impact.
#86 Ben Ward
QB - Sr - 6-1, 190
Quick outs and over the top, Ward has the arm strength to put the ball on target for the Tigers as well as football IQ to make the right decision and use his legs for rushing yardage.
#87 Corey Metscher
RB/LB - Jr - 6-0, 205
On the heels of back-to-back seasons recording 100-plus tackles, Metscher will bring a wrecking ball effort at linebacker plus provide the Wildcats a bullish style running back.
#88 Mekhi Roberson
WR/DB - Sr - 6-3, 160
Sure hand and with blazing speed, Roberson has the ability to go up in a crowd to grab the football for the Bulldogs as a receiver as well as a defensive back where he give Spiro a dependable lockdown defender.
#89 Logan Smith
RB/SS/KR - Sr - 6-0, 190
Running backs are a part of the winning tradition for the Bulldogs and Smith has the balance, vision and strength to pick up first downs and quickness to go the distance for six points.
#90 Kolbe Katsis
WR - Sr - 6-1, 170
A proven winner whose talents were on constant display in the Bulldogs capturing the Class 2A title and will play a key role this year as Lincoln Christian seeks to make it back-to-back gold ball winning seasons.
#91 Ian McDonald
LB - Sr - 6-2, 210
The Bulldogs linebacker consistently proves with contact that his bite is just a fierce as his bark. McDonald will play a key role in Edmond Memorial’s drive to find the 2020 6A-I playoff party.
#92 Makhai Belt
WR - Jr - 5-9, 170
The Redskins passing game consistently gets positive results when Belt is the targeted receiver. The sure-handed wide out has the quickness to combine with his passing skills to catch the ball in a crowd and make a big play.
#93 Steven Brown
WR - Sr - 6-0, 160
The elusive wide out for the Pioneers not only can stretch the field but also take a quick out route and turn the reception into first downs as well as touchdowns.
#94 Tyson Ward
LB - Sr - 5-11, 180
Another one of the program players that the Trojans have built their winning tradition. Ward has the vision and quickness to get to the football simultaneous with the snap to give the Jenks defense added strength.
#95 Nick Wedel
LB - Sr - 5-10, 200
The Spartans system continues to produce linebackers that play with a chip on their shoulder where Wedel will be a key performer in Bixby winning another 6A-II gold ball in 2020.
#96 Caden Wolford
RB - Sr - 6-2, 205
Back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons running the football, Wolford will be the driving force in the Bulldogs to reach the Class 2A playoffs where anything could happen when the elusive and bullish talent takes the handoff.
#97 Jaylon Orange
RB/FS - Jr - 5-9, 190
A one-man wrecking crew in the Wolves secondary, Orange grabbed eight interceptions as well playing fast to the football on defense. Fans of the Wolves can also expect offensive productivity out of the backfield from Orange.
#98 Dorian Plumley
QB - Sr - 6-3, 195
A dual threat with a high football IQ, Plumley returns for his third season at quarterback to give El Reno plenty of cause for optimism that the Indians will put points on the scoreboard through the air or ground.
#99 Jacob Mulcahy
RT/OL - Sr - 6-8, 295
Size like Mulcahy brings to the turf is a true gift for the Eagles. A key performer in the success of Edison’s ground game, the 2020 senior has the mobility to reach defenders others might miss.
#100 LeJaylyn Long-Jackson
LB - Sr - 5-10, 200
Another athletic performer for the Bombers that always seems to be first to the football and last off the bottom of the pile following the collision whether he’s stopping the run or in pass coverage.
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