Top Oklahoma high school football players heading into the 2021 season

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Booker T. Washington’s Gentry Williams is top rated player in the Class of 2022 in Oklahoma, according to the Composite rankings.

After serving as BTW’s starting quarterback as a freshman and sophomore, the 4-star recruit switched to wide receiver and defensive back last year. In early September, Williams tore his right ACL, but is expected to be at full speed come the fall.

In his two games before the injury, Williams rushed five times for 71 yards and a touchdown while and caught eight passes for 70 yards.

He lists his final six college programs as Arkansas, Oklahoma, LSU, Missouri, USC and Florida.

The No. 2 overall college football prospect in the state is wide receiver Talyn Shettron of Edmond Santa Fe. Shettron led the Wolves to the Oklahoma 6A-I state championship game with 61 catches for 1152 yards (18.9/yds. per catch) and 14 touchdowns.

Related: 2020 Oklahoma Top 10

Edmond Santa Fe’s runner-up finish led them to a No. 6 ranking in the High School Football America Oklahoma Top 10.

The next highest ranked prospect that’s given his verbal is Beggs running back CJ Brown. Beggs, the No. 6 overall recruit in the state, is staying in-state with the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Composite Rankings Oklahoma Class of 2022

No. 1 Gentry Williams, ATH – Booker T. Washington – Uncommitted

No. 2 Talyn Shettron, WR – Edmond Sante Fe – Oklahoma

No. 3 Chris McClellan, DL – Owasso – Uncommitted

No. 4 Maurion Horn, ATH – Broken Arrow – Uncommitted

No. 5 Jacob Sexton, OT – Deer Creek – Uncommitted

No. 6 CJ Brown, RB – Beggs – Oklahoma State

No. 7 DeSean Brown, DL – Choctaw – Uncommitted

No. 8 Andre Dollar, TE – Mustang – Oregon

No. 9 Jayden Rowe, CB – Union – Oklahoma

No. 10 Braylin Presley, ATH – Bixby – Oklahoma State

No. 11 Mason Gilkey, WR – Pawhuska – Oklahoma State

No. 12 Cade McConnell, IOL – Choctaw – TCU

No. 13 Jocelyn Malaska, CB – Bethany – Uncommitted

No. 14 Jaleel Johnson, DL – Putnam City North – Oklahoma State

No. 15 Gabe Brown, LB – Stillwater – Oklahoma State

No. 16 Maliek Bogard, EDGE – Beggs – Uncommitted

No. 17 Nunu Campbell, CB – Holland Hall – Uncommitted

No. 18 Dontierre Fisher, RB – Checotah – Uncommitted

No. 19 Robert Spears-Jennings, WR – Broken Arrow – Uncommitted

No. 20 Duncan Parham II, LB – Norman North – Uncommitted Composite Rankings Oklahoma Class of 2023

No. 1 Luke Hasz, TE – Bixby

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