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Desean Brown: “Wild Man” On Choctaw Defense

Desean Brown, Choctaw Yellowjackets

As often as Choctaw senior defensive lineman Desean Brown scores touchdowns, you would think Yellowjacket coaches might consider adding a special goal line package for the 6-4, 245-pounder. “I keep trying to tell them that,” said Brown with a laugh. “I need my own package!” Brown found the endzone again last week, stripping the Ponca City quarterback of the ball and...

Oklahoma High School Football Mid-Season Review with Michael Knight

Oklahoma PrepZone, Michael Knightvideo

Michael Knight from Prep Redzone reviews the first half of the 2021 season, peers into the second half and highlights a couple of up and coming prospects to keep an eye on. Also, meet the newest addition to Michael Knight's family, 2040 linebacker prospect Wyatt Knight.

Panther Linebacker Packs A Punch For Putnam City North

Haydn Thornton, PC North High School

Putnam City North senior Haydn Thornton may not be the biggest guy on the defensive side of the ball, but there’s no denying he was meant to be a middle linebacker. “I’ve liked hitting people since I was five years old,” said Thornton. That’s my favorite thing.” Hearing that from one of your senior defensive leaders must make head coach Ryan...

Owasso Quarterback Embraces Leadership Role For Rams

It didn’t take Owasso quarterback Austin Havens long to learn about how big high school football is in Oklahoma. “I moved here halfway through my freshman year from North Carolina,” said Havens. “Moving here was way different than living there. One thing I noticed right away is how much this community loves football. The great facilities, the great coaches, it’s...

Holland Hall’s Campbell Has Birthday To Remember

NuNu Campbell, Holland Hall

It’s safe to say NuNu Campbell will always remember his 18th birthday. The senior football standout and his Holland Hall teammates played one of its biggest rivals that day, Cascia Hall, and Campbell responded with two touchdowns as the Dutchmen claimed a convincing 45-7 victory. To cap off the celebratory weekend, the three-star rated defensive back committed to the University of...

Banks Changes Things Up To Lead Union To Impressive Start

Rovaughn Banks, Union

A year ago, Union High School was mired in an 0-4 start, it’s worst in over 40 years. This year, they’re off to a 2-0 start and ranked number one in Class 6A-I. One key reason for the team’s improvement has been the play of senior tailback Rovaughn Banks. Banks began last season as the starting quarterback, but shifted positions...

Zach Blankenship Comes Up Big For Bixby Spartans

Zach Blankenship, bixby Spartans

Zach Blankenship recalls it as an “out-of-body experience.” The Bixby senior remembers attempting to hang clean 300 pounds at July’s Night of Champions, a fun event that signals the end of the Spartans’ summer workouts and preps the beginning of a new high school football season. Under the stadium lights and surrounded by teammates, the 5-5, 145-pound Blankenship calmly stood over...

2021 Oklahoma High School Football Preview with Deion Imade

Deion Imade, Ford High School Weeklyvideo

Deion Imade covers the Jenks Preview and he's joined by Michael Knight from Prep Redzone Oklahoma. They cover 6A I, 6A II and preview Friday's Ford Game of the Week as Sapulpa visits Sand Springs in the Highway 97 Rivalry.

Sapulpa Renews Rivalry With Season Opener Against Sand Springs

Sapulpa Chieftains. Sapulpa High School

They say you can’t go home again, but Sapulpa head football coach Tim Holt, Jr., is out to prove that adage wrong. Holt grew up in Sapulpa and was the head coach at Coweta and an assistant at Broken Arrow before returning to Tulsa’s west side this year to take over the Chieftain program. “You always wonder about coming back to...

Southmoore Football Learning Life Lessons On & Off the Field

Southmoore SaberCats

When Southmoore head coach Joshua Norman took over the SaberCat football program two years ago, he wanted to provide his players with an experience that allowed them to achieve success on the field as well as in the classroom and the community. The former OU and NFL standout does this with what he calls The Three C’s – Character, Community...