A look at The Oklahoman's 2022 Super 30 high school football recruiting series

The Oklahoman’s Super 30 feature series will spotlight each high school football player on the Super 30 recruit rankings for the 2022 class from June 30 to July 25.

High school sports writers Cameron Jourdan, Nick Sardis and James D. Jackson compiled this list, which is based primarily on recruiting. The list will be updated multiple times throughout the upcoming school year. 

Here are the players we've featured so far:

No. 1: Gentry Williams, Tulsa Booker T. Washington 

The wide receiver and defensive back will look to bounce back from a knee injury and add to his legacy at Tulsa Booker T. Washington. 

No. 2: Talyn Shettron, Edmond Santa Fe

Originally committed to OU, the wide receiver flipped to Oklahoma State, where he'll play alongside his brother. 

No. 3: Chris McClellan, Owasso

McClellan had made a name for himself the past three seasons at Tulsa Edison, but he craved more. 

No. 4: Jacob Sexton, Deer Creek

Wrestling has played a big role in molding Sexton, now a hulking offensive tackle and one of the top recruits in the nation. 

No. 5: Maurion Horn, Broken Arrow

Horn’s first varsity start at running back came during the season opener last fall, and it just further showed why so many schools had offered him previously.

No. 6: Jayden Rowe, Tulsa Union

Although the OU commit initially wanted to play wide receiver, Tulsa Union head coach Kirk Fridrich had bigger plans for the promising prospect.

No. 7: Robert Jennings-Spears, Broken Arrow

On July 4, Spears-Jennings committed to OU, choosing the Sooners over offers from Arkansas, Colorado, Ole Miss and Texas Tech, among others.

No. 8: Braylin Presley, Bixby 

The Oklahoma State commit was a special player when he was in little league, and he's special now as he nears his senior season at Bixby. 

No. 9: CJ Brown, Beggs 

An Oklahoma State commit, Brown's natural athleticism has made him one of the state's top running backs. 

No. 10: Andre Dollar, Mustang 

The tight end has been through an interesting journey as a coach's son. His next stop will be with the Oregon Ducks.  

No. 11: Desean Brown, Choctaw

Nicknamed the 'wild man,' Brown has used his high motor to become one of the most feared pass rushers in the state

No. 12: Gabe Brown, Stillwater

Brown speaks softly off the field, but he hits hard on the field. His physicality has made him one of the best linebackers in the state

No. 13: Cade McConnell, Choctaw

McConnell is big, but his agility and quickness are like a 'point guard.' That's led the 6-foot-6, 290-pound Choctaw offensive lineman to TCU

No. 14: Jaleel Johnson, Putnam North

Johnson grew long and lean during his freshman year. After learning how to use his length to his advantage, he's grown into a big weapon for Putnam North.

No. 15: Mason Gilkey, Pawhuska

The lanky wide receiver loved basketball but with a push from his coach, he learned to love football.

No. 16: Dontierre Fisher, Checotah

The Checotah speedster, normally a quiet and soft-spoken individual, is able to let loose and be himself under the lights on Friday nights.

No. 17: Jake Clifton, Owasso

The outside linebacker and Kansas State commit's recruitment exploded after a breakout junior season. He has all the tools to flourish at the next level. 

No. 18: Duncan Parham II, Norman North 

Parham battled a broken left hand during his junior season, but the linebacker and tight end is at full strength this year and ready show what he can do

No. 19: Tabry Shettron, Edmond Santa Fe

The tight end wasn't even playing football as a sophomore. Now, he's headed to OSU alongside his adopted brother Talyn.

No. 20: NuNu Campbell, Tulsa Holland Hall

Campbell jumped into his coach's radar in middle school and has lived up to every expectation. 

No. 21: Jocelyn Malaska, Bethany

Despite a later start than most of his peers, Malaska has quickly come on as one of the top prospects in the state.

No. 22: Xavin Lackey, Vian

Lackey is quiet in all areas except the football field.

No. 23: Maliek Bogard, Beggs

Following a move from Okmulgee to Beggs and a return from a major knee injury, Bogard is looking to have a big impact this season

No. 24: Corey Gordon, Putnam West

The Baylor commit is looking to be a bright spot for the Patriots

No. 25: David Rowaiye, Southeast

Rowaiye is Southeast's first Division-I prospect since Gerald McCoy

No. 26: Eli McWilliams, Tahlequah

McWilliams won't forget the moment that sparked his recruitment

No. 27: Davis Dotson, Berryhill

How basketball highlights helped Dotson's football recruiting gain momentum.

No. 28: Antonio "Junior" Smith, Tulsa Union

Football changed Antonio "Junior" Smith's life for the better. Here's how.

No. 29: Lane Parks, Yukon

The offensive lineman is looking forward to his leadership role this season

No. 30: Carson May, Jones

The quarterback's patience paid off in a big way