First NameLast NameHeightPostionHigh SchoolGrassroots TeamEvaluation
VaughnAppleman6'8PFAdaVaughn Appleman will be a player that could see his future in football. However, the doors will be open to play basketball with his footwork, toughness and size.
AJArchambo6'2SGBartlesvilleAJ Archambo is a multi sport athlete. He won't end up playing basketball at the next level. However, he does many things on the court that grab your attention. AJ does the small things, makes the extra plays and has a solid jumper.
TylerArnold6'1SGPryorOklahoma ShowtimeTyler Arnold continues to rise with his ability to score the basketball. He is not extremely athletic, but makes up for it with his high basketball IQ.
OwenAtkinson6'6PFBishop McGuinessBelow The RimOwen Atkinson has great size, which there is not much of now a days. He has a nice mid-range jumper, which allows him to be a strech four at the next level.
JacobBailey6'1SGBerryhillJacob Bailey is a good scoring option for Berryhill. He has a nice mid-range jumper.
TannerBarron6'4SFBartlesvillePlaymakers ExpressTanner Barron is a big time athlete that grew up being put in the paint, but has moved out to the wing the past two summers. He is at his best on offense when he is attacking the rim. Barron plays great defense.
TyreeseBerry5'11PGMuskogeePlaymakers ExpressTyreese Berry is one of the better underrated guards in the state. He is a scorer from the point, but also does a great job finding others.
IraBlackbear5'11SGBeggsIra Blackbear is a scorer in all three phases of the game. He needs to improve on the defensive side of the ball.
TyeBlaine6'PGSouthmooreTye Blaine is showing us this summer that he can score the basketball. The Oklahoma Servants are counting on blaine to score the ball and he has answered the call. Blaine will make a nice small college guard.
OmarBoone5'10PGCasadyBelow The RimOmar Boone is one of the first off the bench this summer for Team Griffin on the Nike EYBL. He is super quick, has a nice floater, and a solid jumper. He is a scoring point guard that is always flying around the court. He has several LM giving him looks this spring
PaytonBradley5'11SGPutnam City WestBelow The RimPayton Bradley is a winner on the court. He is very tough and that is what makes him a good defender. He isn't counted on heavily on offense, but is the player that can hurt you with a dagger from the corner in the clutch moments.
ChampBridges5'7PGChouteau-MazieChamp Bridges is limited with his size, but don't tell him that. He brings it every game and finds ways to score over bigger defenders. One thing I love about Bridges is he plays with a chip on his shoulders.
EthanChargois6'7PFUnionTeam GriffinEthan Chargois is a four man with great upside. He is working to get back in shape after a recent foot injury in the high school season. Chargois can pick and pop, hit the three-pointer and bang in the paint. Colorado is currently Chargois highest offer.
NathanCook6'6PFCarl AlbertNathan Cook has a chance to sky rocket up the rankings before the final ones come out. He has good size and works very hard on the boards. His offensive game is still coming along, but has continued to progress.
CarlosCoppage II5'10PGHarding PrepCarlos Coppage is an undersize point guard that does a great job setting up his teammates. He attacks the rim to score his points and often gets fouled.
IanCox6'PGCrossings ChristianIan Cox is a solid overall point guard for Crossings Christian. He excells at driving and making plays for himself and teammates.
ConnorCrow6'2SGRejoice ChristianOKC WizardsConnor Crow jumps up in the rankings after a terrfic season at Rejoice Christian. He is a player with the chance to do big things over the next year. He is a great scorer in all three phases.
Man ManCyrus6'0SGHarding PrepMan Man Cyrus is a strong wing. He is very tough on defense. He needs to continue to work on his offensvie game.
JarrettDilley6'1SGSapulpaJarrett Dilley is a good scorer on the wing for Sapulpa. He knows when to take his shot. Dilley needs to continue to improve his overall game.
KyleDortch6'3SG/SFFort GibsonOklahoma ImpactKyle Dortch was big time for Fort Gibson in thier run to a state title game appearance this spring. The word that best desribes Dortch is "tough." He will need to continue to work on his jumper.
DrewEllis6'5SFMeekerDrew Ellis is an undersized post. He may be able to play the 3 in certain system's, but is likley going to be a strech 4 at the next level.
TyriqFrench6'2PGIdabelTyriq French is a good athlete that gets overlooked at times for the school he is at. French is a multi-sport athlete. He is best at getting to the rim and making plays.
RJFuqua6'PGBooker T. WashingtonOklahoma Run PWPFuqua is a floor general at the point. He is a true point guard that knows just when to shoot and when to set his teammate up with a pass. He has a great handle on the basketball with a beautiful three-point shot. Fuqua is a very clutch player having hit over 6 game winning shots at the buzzer in his high school career. Fuqua holds two offers from Houston Baptist and Oral Roberts. Prep Hoops projects Fuqua as a MM player at the next level.
KodyGilland6'2SGWestmooreKody Gilland is a knock down three-point shooter. He needs to handle the ball and be able to drive it to the basket.
KobyGoodman6'5PFPrestonKoby Goodman is taking the summer off, which could hurt his recruitment. He is an undersized post that is extremley talented. He moves will without the basketball and has some nice post moves around the basket.
TonyHall6'4SGBroken ArrowOklahoma Run PWPTony Hall's stock has really elvated this spring playing with Oklahoma Run PWP. He has grown a couple of inches. Great athlete, rebounder, tough and does the small things that don't go in the box score.
CadeHarelson6'5PFDavenportCade Harelson is an undersized post. He works his tail off in the paint for rebounds and has a nice back to the basket game.
RomioHarvey6'3SGLawton IkeOklahoma WolfpackRomio Harvey is a big time athlete with great upside on the hardwood. He is best at getting to the rim and playing tough defense.
KristoffHaydon6'1PGEdmond Santa FeKristoff Haydon slids down in the rankings a bit. He is not currently on a summer team to my knowledge. Haydon is a point guard that can effect the game in so many different ways. He is best creating with the ball in his hands. Haydon will receive lots of Divsion II to JUCO looks.
CallenHaydon5'11PGEl RenoOklahoma ServantsCallen Haydon is one of the best scorers in the class. He is undersized, but thrives shooting the three and creating off the dribble.
AnthonyHickman6'8CWoodwardAnthony Hickman's stock is rising as a big man at Woodward. The size he has will make him a hot market player. Hickman is still working on many areas of his game, but if he went to the right school he could turn into a hidden gem.
CameronHines5'11PGFort CobbOKC WizardsCameron Hines is what you look for in a true point guard. He can do so many things to effect the game in a postive way.
RowdyHoffman6'3SGCanuteRowdy Hoffman does it all for Canute with good size on the wing. He needs to continue to work on his overall game.
GerrenJackson6'1PGPutnam City WestOklahoma PrimetimeGerren Jackson is one of the most overlooked players in Oklahoma. He hit the game winner to lift PC West to a state champsionship in 2016. He is athletic, shifty, a winner and always is finding ways to make others around him better. Jackson could find himself getting some D1 looks.
QuantrellJackson6'3SGMustangQuantrell Jackson has so much potential. This could be the year Jackson breaks through with his long wingspan, good size and now he will be looked to as the go to man for Mustang.
MarvinJohnson6'5SGArdmoreTeam GriffinMarvin Johnson has everything you could want physically in a Wing. He is long and athletic at 6'5. Plays really tough defense. Offensively he is a slasher to the basket with a nice mid-range game. He can shoot the three-pointer, but is very shot selective and makes sure it is a great shot. Several MM+ are on Johnson. He has the potential to be a HM player.
KyleKeener6'8CSand SpringsOklahoma Run PWP SelectKyle Keener is one of the top ranked Center's in the 2017 Oklahoma Class. He has a nice back to the basket game. He is tough in the paint and makes his opponnet work for each basket.
ClintKelley5'11PGTahlequahPlaymakers ExpressClint Kelley has really impressed me throughout the years. I think he may be a steal in the 35-55 range in the class. At the point he is not selfish, but can score with a nice outside shot. On his high school team Kelley is the man, but with AAU he shows you his ability to pass the ball well also.
ElijahLandrum5'10PGTulsa CentralMOKANElijah Landrum is a star in the making as a Combo Guard. He is simply put a scorer. He is undersized, but does not let that slow him down one bit. Landrum has the ability to score in all three phases of the game. He is adjusting to a role off the bench this summer with MOKAN. Tulsa, Houston, SMU and several others have offered Landrum.
MarvinLowe6'6PFTulsa CentralGym Time HoopsMarvin Lowe has good size at 6'6. He will have interest from several small colleges in the region with his ability to score the basketball. He can shoot the 3, which makes him the perfect strech four.
AaronLucas6'PGBooker T. WashingtonOklahoma Run PWP SelectAaron Lucas will make a great small college point guard. He is very quick, hustles and always goes hard on both ends. He is two way player that locks down the opponnets point guard.
TyreeMalone5'10PGEast CentralPlaymakers ExpressTyree Malone is a scorer from the point guard postion. He can put the basketball through the hoop with ease from behind the arc. He is undersized, but has a nice handle that he uses to create for himself.
BradyManek6'8SFHarrahTeam GriffinBrady Manek is long and lanky 3/strech four. He has a nice jumper with the ability to rise above defenders at any moment. Manek has committed to Oklahoma and is pretty set on being a Sooner.
CameronMartin6'9CNorman NorthCameron Martin is battling injuries this summer. He had surgery on his knee this spring following the high school season. He toughed it out and played on a hurt knee helping Norman North to the state finals in Class 6A. Martin has great footwork in the paint. He excels posting up in the paint on offense.
NickMartinich6'4SGMount Saint MaryNick Martinich has great potential on the wing. He can shoot it from three-point range. He is really long and lanky, which cuases trouble for opponnets on defense.
MarcusMayes6'0PGEdisonMarcus Mays is a great athlete. He will likley end up playing football. He is a slasher to the rim.
KameronMayfield6'2SGPrestonKameron Mayfield is an athletic guard that runs the Point or the 2 for Preston. Mayfield is a very good passer and makes smart decisons. He needs to work on his jump shot.
SayvonMilton6'3SGHeritage HallOklahoma Run PWP SelectSayvon Milton is a long athelte with a smooth looking jump shot from the outside. He could continue to rise in the 2017 Class.
WinstonNelson6'7SFNorman NorthOklahoma PrimetimeWinston Nelson has the size a lot of schools are looking for along with a very high basketball IQ. He could be an IVY league player. Nelson has a nice mid-range game and the ability to block shots on defense.
CalebNero6'2PGTulsa MemorialTeam GriffinCaleb Nero is a combo guard who thrives with the ball in his hands. I see him as a one at the next level, but he could play the two as well. Nero is athletic, quick, and possibly the best word to desribe his game is smooth. He has a nice three-pointer that when he gets it going lookout. Nero is seeing a lot of MM looks currently.
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BrewsterPeacock6'3SGVerdigrisOklahoma ImpactBrewster Peacock is a hidden gem in the 2016 Class with Oklahoma Impact. He can shoot the lights out of the ball and will catch you off guard with his athleticism. He doesn't play on a circuit, but should get some Divsion I looks from LM schools.
ChrisPotts6'2SGPutnam City WestBelow The RimChris Potts is a knock down three-point shooter from the wing. He is playing football and may take that route, but if not he will have schools interested in him for basketball. Potts has the clutch gene.
GeorgePrice6'SGHarding PrepBelow The RimGeorge Price moves up in the rankings after a great high school season and spring. Price can score in all three phases of the game.
BenPruitt6'5SGAdaOKC WizardsBen Pruitt is a big time golfer, but he proved at Ada this year he can ball as well. Pruitt was big time shooting the ball very well from three-point range. At 6'5 Pruitt is able to give defenders fits.
BurkePutnam6'2SGEast CentralOklahoma Run PWPBurke Putnam is on the rise to #13 with his ability to be an all-around point guard. He can score it, create off the dribble, find open teammates and always plays tough defense. Putnam never backs down from a challenge and always gives all he has. Several D1's are looking at Putnam.
StefoneRichardson6'2PGEdisonOklahoma Run PWPStefone Richardson is a flat out scorer. He holds a divsion I offer from Sam Houston State. Richardson is a volume shooter that can heat up in a hurry.
NickRobinson6'4SGPutnam City WestNick Robinson will end up taking the football route, but if basketball was his sport he would have a chance to go Division I as well with his athleticism. He plays great defense.
AdrianRodriguez6'7PFUnionOklahoma Run PWPAdrian Rodriguez is a strech four for Oklahoma Run PWP this summer. He fits the strech four postion perfectly as he can bang in the paint and step out and make the defense respect his jumper. Rodriguez is in the top 15 in the Under Armour league in rebounding. He is 6'7 but will outwork anyone to the ball. Prep Hoops projects Rodriguez as a LM to MM player at the next level.
KobeRose6'3SGTulsa MemorialGym Time HoopsKobe Rose makes a big jump in the 2017 rankings with the upside he has shown over the past year. He has improved greatly in many areas. Next season Rose will be a vital player for Tulsa Memorial.
JaceShepard6'SGFort GibsonOklahoma ImpactJace Shepard has a chance to really rise in the 2017 Rankings. He has had a great high school season and start to the spring. Shepard handles the ball well and is a very crisp passer. He has continued to improve his jump shot.
SpencerShepard5'11PGKetchumSpencer Shepard had a good high school season. He is a good scoring option for Ketchum that knows when to share and when to shoot the ball. He needs to work on limiting turnovers.
KalebSimmons6'2SGOkmulgeeKaleb Simmons is an oustanding athlete that thrives at getting to the rim and making plays happen. He needs to continue to improve his jumper.
JacobSockey6'7PFTalahinaJacob Sockey has great size at 6'7. He is a good rebounder. He needs to continue to work on finishing around the rim,
GreydenSteinmetz6'4SFFort Cobb-BroxtonOklahoma ImpactGreyden Steinmetz is a really tough kid. Small town player with big time game. He will be loved by Divsion II schools with his ability to score the basketball on the wing. He is a winner.
HarrisonStoddart6'7PFEdmond NorthOklahoma Run PWPHarrison Stoddart has raised his stock tremendously in the spring. He is shooting the ball at a very high level. In the spring Under Armour sessions Stoddart shot 59% from the floor. He is a strech four with a deadly three-point shot.
MitchellStone6'9CShawneeMitchell Stone will likely be a baseball player. However, he presents many problems on the basketball court with his 6'9 size. He finishes well around the rim.
NathanStopler5'11PGHolland HallNathan Stopler is a tough point guard that excels at sharting the basketball. He needs to improve his shot from three-point and mid-range
JimellTate5'11PGOkmulgeeJimell Tate is a very under the radar point guard. He is very athletic with the ability to put the ball through the hoop. He has a nice drive to the basket.
DayneTaylor6'5PFSouthmooreOklahoma PrimetimeDayne Taylor will make a nice Forward at the next level for a small college in the region. He gives you everything he has each night. He plays hard on defense many times matching up with bigger and taller players.
LesThomas6'4SGHeritage HallOklahoma Run PWPLes Thomas is a player with athleticism. He can get hot from deep and make teams pay.
BrantlyThompson6'4SGTuttleOKC WizardsBrantly Thompson jumps into the top 25 with a very strong showing this spring. He can drive with both his left and right and plays very smart on the court. Thompson seems to always make the right play,
SebastianTrinidad6'5SFVictory ChristianOklahoma Run PWP SelectSebastian Trinidad is flying under the radar, but not for long with the way he has played this spring. He is a long wing that thrives creating off the dribble. He is a player that can be a game changer on the offensive end.
VernonTurner6'3SGYukonOklahoma PowerVernon Turner is the best athlete in the entire class. He may end up in Track at the next level, but if he wants to play basketball schools will certianly take his talents. He is great at getting to the rim.
CharlesWatkins5'11SGMooreCharles Watkins is a knock down shooter from three-point range. He is undersized for the 2. Watkins needs to extend his game and become more of an all around shooter.
MasonWebb6'4SGBishop McGuinessOklahoma Run PWPMason Webb may fly up towards the top ten before the final rankings come out. I say that because of all the intangablies he brings to the table. Webb has a very high basketball IQ, shoots the three great and is always making the right play on the court. He could be an IVY league type of player with the combinations of his grades and skills on the floor.
JustinWhatley6'7PFMcAlesterJustin Whatley has good size in the paint for McAlester. He is one of the better posts in the 2017 Oklahoma Class. Whatley is raw still in many areas offensively, but has continued to show steady progress.
MasonWiggins6'5SFRolandOklahoma ImpactMason Wiggins is a player that will garner a lot of Division II interest with his ability to score the basketball. He is tough on the defensive end as well.
JordanWilliams6'2SGYukonOklahoma WolfpackJordan Williams is very athletic at the two. He can heat up from deep in a hurry.
MarquesWilson6'4PGEdmond NorthTeam GriffinMarques Wilson is a scorer from the combo guard spot. For so long Wilson played at the one, but in the past year he has made the transtion to the two. It has worked out well for him showing off his great three-point shot. Wilson has had a good start to the EYBL shooting the basketball at a high level. He has an offer from Bucknell with many others around thier level showing interest.
TraeYoung6'1PGNorman NorthMOKANTrae Young is the clear cut #1 player in Oklahoma. His ability to effect the game in so many ways at the Point makes him a great player. He has one of the best three-point shots in the country. Colleges around the country are in hot pursuit of Young.