2017 National Signing Day – Oklahoma

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High School Football America is tracking all of the FBS signings in the State of Oklahoma on National Signing Day 2017.

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Seth Boomer, QB – Collinsville – Tulsa

Christian Bricker, DE – Piedmont – Tulsa

Justin Broiles, DB – John Marshall – Oklahoma

Shamari Brooks, RB – Union – Tulsa

Tre Brown, DB – Union – Oklahoma

Kaieem Caesar, DL – Cache – Ohio

Antonio Cole, S – Edmond North – Kansas

Zaven Collins, ATH – Hominy – Tulsa

Kamren Curl, CB – Muskogee – Arkansas

Levi Draper, LB – Collinsville – Oklahoma

Justin Dutton, OL – Guthrie – Arkansas State

Isaiah Epps, WR – Jenks – Kentucky

Brendon Evers, DT – Bixby – Oklahoma State

Evan Fields, DB – Midwest City – Arizona State

Garrett Flanary, DT – Lincoln Christian – Tulsa

Andre Harris, OL – Putnam City North – Arkansas State

Creed Humphrey, OL – Shawnee – Oklahoma

Liam Jones, K – Choctaw – Kansas

Charlie Kolar, TE – Norman North – Iowa State

Reese Leitao, TE – Jenks – Texas

Quindon Lewis, DB – Southmoore – Memphis

Tyreece Lott, DL – Ardmore – Oklahoma

Brock Martin, DE – Oologah – Oklahoma State

Reed Martin, ATH – Lincoln Christian – Tulsa

Cade Mashburn, LB – Norman North – Memphis

Marcus Mays, S – Edison – Tulsa

Hagen Meservy, OL – Jenks – Ohio

Canon Montgomery, WR – Cascia Hall – Tulsa

Baron Odom, TE – Wynnewood – Oklahoma State

Gervarrius Owens, DB – Southmoore – Kansas State

Ryan Patrick, DE – Bishop Kelley – Tulsa

Kyre Richardson, WR – Union – San Diego State

Nick Robinson, WR – Putnam City West – Memphis

Malcolm Rodriguez, S – Wagoner – Oklahoma State

Deontre Thomas, DT – Mustang – Nebraska

Isaiah Thomas, DL – Tulsa Memorial – Oklahoma

Quian Williams, WR – Southmoore – Eastern Michigan

Adrian Wolford, OL – Meeker – Texas A&M

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.