OU signee Gentry Williams of Tulsa Booker T. Washington tops The Oklahoman’s final 2022 Super 30 rankings

The 2021 Oklahoma high school football season has come and gone, as have the early and second National Signing Days. Now it's time to look about at The Oklahoman's final 2022 Super 30 rankings for the state's top recruits.

No. 1: Gentry Williams

DB, Tulsa Booker T. Washington, 6-1, 170: Williams had a strong season in his return from an ACL injury. He signed with OU on Wednesday, choosing the Sooners over numerous other suitors. 

No. 2: Talyn Shettron

WR, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-3, 180: Shettron produced another great season for the Wolves. He signed with OSU in December.

No. 3: Jacob Sexton

OL, Deer Creek, 6-6, 299: Sexton signed with OU in December after leading Deer Creek into the Class 6A-II state championship game. 

No. 4: Chris McClellan

DL, Owasso, 6-4, 290: McClellan excelled in his lone season at Owasso. He signed with Florida in December.

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No. 5: Braylin Presley

RB, Bixby, 5-9, 175: Another record-setting year for Presley, who signed with OSU in December. 

No. 6: Jayden Rowe

DB, Tulsa Union, 6-4, 220: Rowe was the best defensive player for the Class 6A-I runner-up, and he signed with OU. 

No. 7: Robert Spears-Jennings

DB, Broken Arrow, 6-1½, 200: Spears-Jennings was another catalyst for Broken Arrow’s strong season. He signed with OU. 

No. 8: Maurion Horn

DB, Broken Arrow, 6-0, 168: Horn helped Broken Arrow into the Class 6A-I semifinals and signed with Texas Tech in December. 

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No. 9: CJ Brown

RB, Beggs, 6-1, 180: Brown rushed for nearly 30 touchdowns as he helped Beggs into the Class 2A semifinals. He signed with OSU. 

No. 10: DeSean Brown

DL, Choctaw, 6-3, 246: Brown had another big season as a senior, and he signed with OSU in December. 

No. 11: Andre Dollar

TE, Mustang, 6-6, 231: Dollar signed with Washington State in December, becoming the Cougars’ first tight end on roster in 11 years. 

No. 12: Cade McConnell

OL, Choctaw, 6-6, 290: An injury derailed his senior year, but McConnell signed with Minnesota. 

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No. 13: Carson May

QB, Jones, 6-5, 220: Another stellar season for May, who capped a great career at Jones. He signed with Iowa.

No. 14: Gabe Brown

LB, Stillwater, 6-3, 205: Brown was strong in his return from offseason knee surgery. He signed with OSU. 

No. 15: Max Brown

QB, Tulsa Lincoln Christian, 6-3, 200: Brown signed with Florida on Wednesday, earning the offer after an incredible senior season. 

No. 16: Jaleel Johnson

DL, Putnam North, 6-4, 240: Johnson racked up double-digit sacks for the Panthers this season. He signed with OSU. 

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Tulsa Booker T. Washington's Gentry Williams announced his verbal commitment to OU in August and signed with the Sooners on Wednesday.

No. 17: Gavin Freeman

WR, Heritage Hall, 5-10, 170: Freeman was again one of the state’s best receivers. He's heading to OU as a preferred walk-on.

No. 18: Mason Gilkey

WR, Pawhuska, 6-4, 170: Gilkey continued to torch opposing defenses this fall. He signed with OSU. 

No. 19: Davis Dotson

OL, Berryhill, 6-6, 293: Dotson was one of the state’s best offensive linemen. He signed with OSU on Wednesday after numerous schools offered him in January.

No. 20: Corey Gordon

DB, Putnam West, 6-4, 180: Gordon had a strong individual year for Putnam West. He signed with Baylor. 

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No. 21: Jocelyn Malaska

WR, Bethany, 6-2, 175: Malaska again was tremendous as a defensive back for the Bronchos. He signed with Utah. 

No. 22: Jake Clifton

LB, Owasso, 6-3, 205: Clifton was arguably Owasso’s best defensive player in the middle. He signed with Kansas State. 

No. 23: NuNu Campbell

DB, Tulsa Holland Hall, 6-0, 180: Campbell was one of the state’s best defenders. He signed with Tulsa. 

No. 24: Tabry Shettron

TE, Edmond Santa Fe, 6-4, 215: Shettron showed tremendous growth this fall. He signed with OSU. 

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Edmond Santa Fe football player Tabry Shettron poses for a photo at Edmond Santa Fe High School, Wednesday, July 7, 2021.

No. 25: Dontierre Fisher

RB, Checotah, 5-10, 188: Fisher had a dynamic year for Checotah. He signed with Ohio. 

No. 26: Donovan Rieman

DL, Enid, 6-4, 230: Rieman signed with Kansas State in December, receiving an offer after his senior year concluded. 

No. 27: Korbyn Green

DB, Owasso, 6-0, 175: Green had a strong season and earned an offer from BYU late, which is where he signed Wednesday. 

No. 28: Duncan Parham II

LB, Norman North, 6-4, 225: Parham played wonderfully for the Timberwolves’ defense. He signed with Central Arkansas over offers from other programs.

No. 29: David Rowaiye

DL, Southeast, 6-5, 250: Rowaiye is Southeast’s first Division-I recruit signee Gerald McCoy. He signed with New Mexico.

No. 30: Maliek Bogard

DL, Beggs, 6-5, 230: Bogard was stellar in return from a knee injury his junior year. He signed with Eastern Michigan.

Cameron Jourdan covers high school sports across the Oklahoma City metro and state. Have a story idea for Cameron? He can be reached at cjourdan@oklahoman.com or on Twitter at @Cam_Jourdan. Support Cameron’s work and that of other Oklahoman journalists by purchasing a digital subscription today at subscribe.oklahoman.com or by using the link at the top of this page.