1. Omega Harris, 6’2 PG, Putnam City West: Previous Ranking: 1st
Harris is a dynamic, smooth and exciting lead guard. He plays with a flair that few other players in Oklahoma have. A good athlete, the Patriot can also light it up from deep with a silky jumper.
2. Jacob Hammond, 6’10 C, OKC Sky: Previous Ranking: 2nd
The Oklahoma Sooner commit has taken to the game like a sponge and has rapidly improved over the past year and a half. He is a long and active presence on both ends of the floor with a developing jumper.
3. Carson Meier, 6’7 SF/PF, Union, Previous Ranking: 3rd
An underrated athlete, Meier has spent the spring and summer show casing his ability to do more than bang around the basket. He can knock down open jumpers and is a crafty player off the dribble for his size.
4. Matt Lea, 6’8 PF, Stillwell: Previous Ranking: 10th
The multi-sport star is a talented and mobile low post threat. Lea can step out and hit the occasional jumper as well. He has a high ceiling that he is only started to scratch.
5. Stephen Edwards, 6’1 PG, Putnam City West, Previous Ranking: 17th
Edwards has exploded onto the scene this spring and summer as a vocal floor general. He has ideal size, vision and quickness for a point guard.
6. Brett Cannon, 6’2 PG/SG, Del City: Previous Ranking: 8th
Cannon is a smart player that is comfortable running an offense or scoring himself, he is also one of the better defenders in the class.
7. Kevin Sims, 6’2 SG, Booker T Washington: Previous Ranking: Unranked
The Booker T Washington Hornet is the best pure scorer in the class and can change games with his three point shooting and ability to get to the rack.
8. Jeff Mead, 6’6 SF, Union, Previous Ranking: 5th
The bouncy wing is still growing into his perimeter skills. Mead might be the best pure athlete in the class and has one of the highest ceilings.
9. Darius Speaks, 6’4 SF, Edison, Previous Ranking: 19th
An explosive slasher, Speaks is deadly off the dribble and in transition, but needs to continue to polish his offensive game and overall consistency.
10. DeMari Edwards, 5’10 PG, Tulsa Memorial, Previous Ranking: 25th
Edwards is a smaller but strong guard with the ability to affect the games in multiple ways.
11. Steven Parker, 6’2 PG, Jenks, Previous Ranking: 13th
The two sport star is a promising strong and athletic lead guard. Parker has the potential to be a lock down defender and has very few weaknesses in his game.
12. Adrion Williams, 6’6 PG/SG, Piedmont, Previous Ranking: 8th
Williams is one of the most naturally talented guard prospects in the state but needs to perform at a high level more consistency.
13. Braydon Powell, 6’7 PF, Southmoore, Previous Ranking: 9th
The Southmoore Sabercat is an active banger around the hoop that has improved his motor and productivity level as the year has gone along.
14. Austin Garner, 6’7 PF, Centennial, Previous Ranking: Unrankned
Garner is a skilled for a post player his age. He needs to continue to add toughness and prove it against quality competition on a consistent basis.
15. Cameron Peters, 6’4 SF/PF, Piedmont, Previous Ranking: 12th
An athletic hybrid forward, Peters’ showcased an improved motor this summer and has the potential to be an elite rebounder.
16. Kesean Brown, 5’11 PG/SG, Midwest City, Previous Ranking: 14th
The Bomber is a smart defender, a deceptively good ball handler, a good shooter and is unafraid of contact when attacking the basket.
17. Torey Noel, 5’8 PG, Midwest City, Previous Ranking: 4th
Noel is quick, strong and opportunistic defender but needs to continue to develop the rest of his game.
18. David Beasley, 6’1 PG, Muskogee, Previous Ranking: 16th
The Rougher plays with a fire few others match in the 2014. He is a pest on the defensive end and hard to handle off the bounce.
19. Shawn Olden, 6’2 SG, Union, Previous Ranking: Unranked
Olden is a long and athletic guard who plays with good energy on both ends of the floor.
20. KeAndre Nelson, 6’4 SF, OKC Sky, Previous Ranking: 6th
One of the elite athletes in the class, Nelson missed much of last season but has one highest ceilings in 2014.
21. Jariun Nolan, 6’4 SF/PF, Hale, Previous Ranking: Unranked
The hybrid forward has shown strides with his perimeter skills this summer and can be an athletic presence around the basket.
22. Keyshawn Perkins, 5’11 PG/SG, Lawton Eisenhower, Previous Ranking: Unranked 15th
Perkins is a tough “Jack of All Trade” guard, that is transitioning to the point guard spot.
23. Kai Callens, 5’11 SG, Guthrie, Previous Ranking: Unranked
The gridiron standout is an athletic shooter and competitive player who is of the best scorers in the class.
24. R.J. Diggs, 5’11 SG, Tulsa Memorial, Previous Ranking: Unranked
One of the best shooters in the class, Diggs’ shooting ability gives Tulsa Memorial, one of the favorites in 5A, another weapon.
25. Shawndale Pina, 6’0 SG, OKC Northeast, Previous Ranking: Unranked
A good slasher for his size, look for Pina to make noise for the Vikings this winter.
26. Tripp Fuller, 6’4 SF/PF Westmoore, Previous Ranking: 11th
Fuller is skilled and very efficient around the basket and has started to develop his perimeter game.
27. Devin Ferguson, 6’4 SF/PF, Central, Previous Ranking: 21st
A face up forward with perimeter skills, If Ferguson becomes engaged, he could be the key to Central as they drop to 4A.
28. Soloman Mitchell, 6’8 C, Bixby: Previous Ranking: Unranked
A development but promising big man, Mitchell should play a big role for the Spartans this winter.
29. Matt Craig, 6’1 SG, Bishop Kelley: Previous Ranking: Unranked
A good all around guard and shooter, Craig looks to be the key player for 5A Kelley
30. Jacob Essman, 6’7 SF/PF, Edmond Memorial: Previous Ranking: Unranked
With great height and length for a perimeter shooter, improvements on athletic aspects & fitting into Edmond Memorial’s system will be the key for this sleeper player.