Ponca City Area
QB Trey Bennett 6-4, 185, Jr. Woodland Cougars
Four-sport standout Trey Bennett takes the QB spot for our list. Forget that it’s his first season at the position. Everything we hear is this kid is a natural and a fierce competitor. Give me a guy who wants to compete any day.
RB Zaine McDonald 5-8, 185, Sr. Blackwell Maroons
Mr. Everything for Blackwell football, Zaine McDonald can play multiple positions but most of his time will be in the backfield. Whether he’s running the ball or making tackles, McDonald is one tough customer.
WR Gavin Cunningham 6-4, 203, Sr. Ponca City Wildcats
One of the biggest receivers in the state, Gavin Cunningham can toy with most of the DBs he will face this season. Last year as a junior Cunningham accounted for more than 700 yards receiving.
DL Hudson Haas 6-3, 241, Sr. Ponca City Wildcats
Consistent is how you describe Hudson Haas. With 22 career starts, Haas is as dependable as they come. Couple that with his ability to be extremely productive on the line and you have a player any coach in the state would want.
LB Jackson Rhodes 6-4, 190, Sr. Woodland Cougars
A four-year starter for Woodland, Jackson Rhodes has led the team in tackles every season he’s played and will finish his high school career with more than 500 total tackles. Rhodes is a five-sport athlete and the definition of a relentless competitor.
DB Ryan Morgan 6-2, 174, Sr. Tonkawa Buccaneers
One player no team should overlook is Ryan Morgan of Tonkawa. Most teams will see him as the QB for the Buccaneers, but as a free safety, he is a drive killer. Morgan made 55 tackles last year eight interceptions. Count them…8.