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Corridor Area Editor’s & Fan Choice – Presented by Ortho Oklahoma

QB Blaze Berlowitz – 6-3, 200, Sr. Cushing 

Berlowitz threw for 3,137 yards and 32 TDs last year. The DI offers are coming in. 

RB Casmen Hill – 5-11, 180, Sr. Chandler 

Hill averages 145.4 yards per game and his 4,798 career rushing yards with 55 touchdowns. 

WR Camden Crooks – 6-0, 190, Sr. Cushing 

Crooks made 93 receptions for 1,624 yards and 20 TDs. He also grabbed 81 tackles with five interceptions. 

OL Peyton Gaylord – 6-0, 240, Jr. Davenport 

A two-way starter for Davenport, Gaylord is a hard worker and continues to improve his technique. 

DL Stetson Bunyard – 6-0, 210, Sr. Stroud 

Bunyard is the kid that always plays to the end of the whistle. A real difference maker for Stroud. 

LB Jake Moore – 6-3, 195, Sr. Mannford 

The leading tackler for the Pirates, Moore will also use his athleticism at the quarterback position. 

DB Rusty Thomas – 6-0, 145, Jr. Cleveland 

Thomas can play corner or safety and has no fear when it comes to stopping the run. Thomas has developed into a quality defensive back. 

Corridor Area Football 

Editor’s Choice 

Blaze Berlowitz 


Quarterback: Connor Norris (Kellyville) 

Norris is a leader on the team and has worked hard this offseason to up his game. 

Wide Receiver/Tight End: Jaustin Miles (Kellyville) 

Totaled 37 catches and ten touchdowns last season. 

Running Back: Cody Barnes (Kellyville) 

A solid back out of the back field, Barnes is a tough kid that fights for every yard. 

Offensive Lineman: Chaden Sullivan (Chandler) 

Playing center, Sullivan looks to have an outstanding senior season. 

Linebacker: Toby Hendrix (Olive) 

Started all ten games last season, Hendrix is a good leader and last year’s team MVP. 

Defensive Back: Cayden Ayres (Kellyville) 

Ayers is entering his senior season and looks to be an impact player for the Ponies. 

Defensive Lineman: Howdy Welch (Drumright) 

Welch has worked hard and knows how to take care of business. 

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