1. Stevie Clark, 5’11 PG, Douglass: College Choice: Oklahoma State
The dynamic guard is not only an elite shooter scorer, but Clark is arguably the fiercest competitor in Oklahoma’s Class of 2013. He is truly a game changer with his three point shooting that extends well beyond the arc, but he also has a deadly first step and fearless around the basket. Clark is also the type of player you go to war with.
2. Jordan Woodard, 6’0 PG, Edmond Memorial: College Choice: Oklahoma
Athletic, strong, in control and smart are some of the best words to describe Woodard. He’s knows when to get his on the offense or get his teammates involved. His jumper has continually improved over the year and is now much more consistent. On defense, he’s a smart defender that knows how to rack up the steals.
3. Juwan Parker, 6’4 SG, Booker T Washington: College Choice: Georgia
Parker is an incredibly difficult player to defend at the high school level. He doesn’t require much space to bury jumpers and has the ability to make difficult shots look easy. The smooth guard also has the leaping ability to finish at the rim in transition or on offensive rebounds.
4. Jakob Hartsock, 6’7 PF, Bartlesville: College Choice: Brigham Young
Hartsock is much more than just a player with a famous family name, he’s one of toughest match ups in state. He can blister the nets from midrange and the three point line or punish opponents down low. Look for the future Cougar to put up big numbers all season long.
5. Shaquille Morris, 6’7 PF, Edmond Memorial: College Choice: Wichita State
The new Edmond Memorial Bulldog is one of the most talented players in the state. He’s an explosive and strong player that loves to finish with authority at the rim. Morris is also starting to develop a more consistent jumper along and an improved motor on both ends of the floor.
6. Corlby Ervin, 6’1 PG/SG, Edmond North: College Choice: Undecided
The dynamic Ervin is one of the best all around players in the state and is the perfect example of what a player can do, not what he can’t do. On defense he’s a great rebounder for a guard, that can challenge shots, while also bulldogging opposing ballhandlers. Offensively’s he’s strong off the dribble and has a great feel as a playmaker.
7. Rashawn Thomas, 6’6 PF, OKC Southeast: College Choice: Undecided
Thomas has exploded onto this scene this spring and summer after a strong high school campaign. He’s taken to the game like a sponge and has improved leaps and bounds. Thomas is more of a face up player than a back to the basket scorer at this stage and is a good rebounder on both ends of the floor thanks to his motor.
8. Rico Thompson, 6’2 PG, Stillwater: College Choice: Undecided
Thompson is one of the quicker point guards in the state and uses that along with his length to make his presence known on both ends of the floor. He makes a living in the line in the high school level where he can finish himself or use his vision to set up teammates around the basket or along the perimeter. He’s also becoming more of a consistent threat from beyond the arc.
9. Seth Youngblood, 5’11 PG/SG, Roland: College Choice: Arkansas Fort Smith
Youngblood is one of the elite scorers in the state with the body control to finish at the rim or blister the nets from well beyond the three point line. He’s a deceptively good athlete as well that can finish above the rim in transition.
10. Don Simmons, 6’1 PG/SG, Edison: College Choice: Undecided
From a talent standpoint, Simmons is among the elite players in Oklahoma. He’s a deadly scorer in one on one situations and has shown flashes of making his teammates better as a distributor. Consistency and composure are the only things holding Simmons back.
11. Dorrian Gigger, 6’4 SF/PF, Moore: College Choice: Undecided
Few players out work Gigger. He’s an high energy player that is a gamechanger on the defensive end thanks to his length and motor. Has a developing offensive game but has become a more consistent shooter from midrange.
12. Michael Maras, 6’3 SG, Tulsa NOAH: College Choice: Undecided
In limited showings, Maras has proven the be among the top perimeter shooters in the class. Not only does he has a pure stroke, he has the instinct to find the open spots on the court to get off a good shot.
13. Quinton Smith, 6’5 SF, Bartlesville: College Choice: Undecided
Smith has made big strides with his perimeter skills, ballhandling and shooting during the summer. He has the natural gifts and motor to become a big time defender
14. Trae Thomas, 6’7 PF, Owasso: College Choice: Undecided
Athletically, Thomas has few peers in this class. The long forward is still a very raw player but is always a threat around the rim on both ends of the floor. He has one of the higher upsides in this class thanks to natural abilities.
15. Brian Speaks, 6’4 PF/SF, Edison: College Choice: Undecided
The high motor Speaks is among the top rebounders in Oklahoma. The bouncy forward also has expanded his midrange game and handles this summer. He will likely need to keep expanding his perimeter game for the next level.
16. Kevin Caudill, 6’3 SG/PG, Deer Creek: College Choice: Undecided
Caudill is one of the more skilled guards in the state. The Antler can score from the outside and has enough athleticism to get to the rack on the high school level. Good court vision also gives him the ability to play some point guard but could still improve his handling as defending quickness.
17. Kendall Waters, 5’11 PG, OKC Storm: College Choice: Undecided
Waters is a big time scorer but also has the ability to run an offense. He’s quick off the bounce, especially in transition, but also has a smooth three point shot.
18. DaVaunta Thomas, 6’4 SG, Hale: College Choice: Undecided
The long wing has developed into a very efficient scorer on the offense end. Thomas knows how to use his length to scorer against bigger opposition and can shoot it well from deep.
19. Jacob Richardson, 5’11 PG/SG, Porter: College Choice: Undecided
Richardson may be small in height but he’s built like a tank. He can score at all three levels on offense and is one of the tougher overall covers in Oklahoma.
20. John Moon, 6’10 C, Crescent: College Choice: Oklahoma Christian
Raw but with promise, Moon has legit size and good mobility. He has shown the ability to consistently affect shots around the rim and the desire to rebound. Moon needs to continue to refine his offensive skills.
21. David Bush, 5’11 PG, Putnam City: College Choice Undecided
Bush has developed an efficient midrange jumper and is an energizer bunny on both ends of the floor.
22. Markell Henderson, 6’5 SF, Boswell: College Choice Undecided
A long forward with good bounce, Henderson shoots the ball well from beyond the arc but needs to continue to improve his ballhandling skills.
23. Jordan Huffman, 6’3 SG, Broken Arrow: College Choice Undecided
Huffman has one of the best offensive skill sets in the state, he just needs more consistency in his game.
24. Ronnie Boyce, 6’3 SG, Putnam City: College Choice Undecided
The long and wiry Boyce is an big time shooter that can also do damage off the bounce.
25. Cornell Neal, 5’11 PG, Midwest City: College Choice Undecided
A tough and crafty guard, Neal is simply a playmaker on both ends of the floor from gathering steals, attacking the rim or setting up teammates.
26. T.J. Jones, 6’2 SF, Putnam City North: College Choice Undecided
One of the top athletes in the class, if Jones can continue to improve his perimeter skills, his stock will surely rise.
27. Jaylen Lowe, 5’11 SG/PG, Owasso: College Choice Undecided
One of the best pure athletes in the state, Lowe is a danger from beyond the arc of off the bounce.
28. Jerrick Warren, 5’10 PG, Guthrie: College Choice Undecided
One of the smarter point guards in the class, Warren is good at balancing scoring himself and making his teammates better.
29. Jacob Seidel, 6’3 SF, Jenks: College Choice Undecided
A hard nose wing, Seidel is a jack of all trades, who is at his best when attacking the basket on offense.
30. Tyler Holcomb, 6’4 SF, Edmond Memorial: College Choice Undecided
Holcomb has turned into a high level shooter from the three point line and one of the better overall scoring wings in the state.
31. Anthony White, 6’2 PG, Tulsa Memorial: College Choice Undecided
White can handle the ball like a point guard, but shoots the ball with the efficiency of a shooting guard while also being very effective off the bounce.
32. Tyler Harrison, 6’2 SG/PG, John Marshall: College Choice Undecided
An athletic two guard that can get to the rack, Harrison is a decent shooter and has the physical makeup to be a lockdown defender.
33. Zach Rodgers, 6’6 PF, Holland Hall: College Choice Undecided
A promising standout on the Gridiron as well, Rodgers is a mobile big man with a good jumper and overall fundamentals.
34. Josh Thompson, 6’6 PF, Capitol Hill: College Choice Undecided
Thompson is a long inside presence with a good midrange jumper.
35. Richmarr Smith, 6’3 SG, Putnam City: College Choice Undecided
Smith is a athletic guard that doesn’t mind doing the dirty work of defense and can turn rebounding into scoring opportunities.
36. J.R. Simon, 5’11 PG, Putnam City North: College Choice Undecided
The athletic Simon excels in transition and improved his three point shot over the summer.
37. Tyler Stafford, 6’6 PF, Cyrill: College Choice Undecided
Stafford is a big man that is also a threat from deep with a pretty three ball,
38. Nate Hamilton, 5’11 PG, Muldrow: College Choice Undecided
One of the top small school scorers, Hamilton is a crafty player around the hoop that scores exceptionally well for a smaller player.
39. Jonathan Gibson, 6’4 PG, Oklahoma Christian: College Choice Undecided
Gibson’s a smart guard that is a good shooter from deep, with the ability to play on or off the ball.
40. Deshawn Watson, 6’6 PF, Northeast Academy: College Choice Undecided
The Viking sat out last season due to transfer rules, but is a talented prospect with good shooting, athleticism and ball handling for a post.
41. Jordan Hill, 6’3 PG, Fort Gibson: College Choice Undecided
The high energy guard has great size for his position and is one of the better defensive guards among the smaller schools.
42. Nico Meadows, 6’2 PG, Capitol Hill: College Choice Undecided
Meadows is a smooth scorer that can is most comfortable with the ball in his hands.
43. DeAngelo Smith, 5’11 SG, Douglass: College Choice Undecided
Smith is an athletic smaller guard with a knack for scoring. From burying triples, to getting to the rack, he can do it all on offense.
44. Trey Ayala, 6’3 SG, Westmoore: College Choice Undecided
A streaky shooter, when hot Ayala is a true game changer with his ability to hit from deep.
45. Zach Norris, 6’4 SF/PG, Coweta: College Choice, Oklahoma Christian/strong>
A fundamental sound wing, Norris is good off the bounce or as a spot up shooter.
46. Orlando Goldsmith, 6’6 PF, Putnam City: College Choice Undecided
Goldsmith is a natural shotblocker that can hit the occasional midrange jumper but is inconsistent in the rest of his game.
47. Aaron Young, 5’11 PG, Edmond Memorial: College Choice Undecided
A quick guard, Young could be among the top defenders in Oklahoma by year’s end.
48. Blake Pittman, 5’10 PG, Oktaha: College Choice Undecided
The small school standout is crafty ballhandler and good shooter from beyond the arc.
49. Josh Palmer, 6’5 PF, Union: College Choice Undecided
Palmer is a strong banger around the hoop and added diversity to his offensive skillset this summer.
50. Zach Hill, 6’5 SF/PF, Blanchard: College Choice Undecided
An athletic forward with an impressive skillset, the football standout has potential to be much higher.