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Three Rivers VYPE Top 100 Football Players – Presented by Excel Therapy

There’s plenty of reasons for this select group to earn VYPE TOP 100 recognition entering the 2022 high school football season. These outstanding talents along with Friday night heroes from across the state will compete for the annual title Mr. Football Oklahoma presented by Shelter Insurance. Don’t forget to keep up with their season at #VYPEMrFootball. Follow the updates online at

Jamarian Ficklin QB 6-1, 180, So. Muskogee
Ficklin carried the ball 38 times for 154 yards but threw for 2,328 yards with 18 TDs.

Brandon Tolbert RB/LB 5-9, 190, Sr. Muskogee
Running through and past would be tacklers en route to the end zone, Tolbert averaged 5.5 yards per carry in 2021.

Evan Keefe OL/DT 6-3, 270, Sr. Hilldale
Keefe pancaked opponents 66 times last season and made 29 tackles and two sacks on defense.

Dylan Leep CB 6-2, 191, Sr. Tahlequah
Leep accounted for six INTs last season with 24 tackles. He is a field General for the Tigers.

Jayden Bell WR/DB 5-8, 170, SR. Muskogee
A three-year starter for the Roughers totaled 988 receiving yards on 50 receptions.

Cade Waggle WR 5-11, 160, Sr. Fort Gibson
Solid work ethic and team leader, Waggle never leaves the field for Ft. Gibson.

Tate Whitmore OL/DL 6-5, 307, Sr. Tahlequah
The “mountain man” of the Tigers offensive line can pancake opposing defenders & use his muscle to anchor the 9-5-9 defense at nose guard.

Race Stopp WR 5-10, 168, Jr. Tahlequah
Stopp averaged 11.6 yards per catch last season thanks to his ability to make the tough catch and his route running.

Will Rose SS/WR 5-11, 170, Sr. Stigler
Rose had 800 all-purpose yards with five TDs last year. He also grabbed five INTs as a junior.

Dax Collins RB/DB 6-1, 185, Jr. Poteau
One of the top skill player on this side of the East side of the state. Rushed for 1,400 yards averaging 12 yards a carry.

Gabe Rodriguez QB 5-10, 175 Wagoner
Was the team MVP last year with 2,400 yards of offense and 108 tackles on defense.

Alex Shieldnight LB 6-4, 215, So. Wagoner
Started as a freshman, Shieldnight is getting attention from several DI schools.

Trenden Collins ATH 6-2, 170, Sr. Muldrow
A four-year starter, Collins eclipsed 1,000 all-purpose yards and made 97 tackles with four interceptions.

Luke Adcock QB 6-3, 220, Sr. Eufaula
High football IQ, Adcock was pulled at halftime of most of his games last season. One of the top QBs in Oklahoma.

Elijah Thomas WR 6-1, 180, So. Checotah
Thomas is a DI prospect expected to be the driving force in the passing game for the Wildcats.

Cooper Hamilton RB/DB 6-0, Sr. Keys
Hamilton will go both ways for Keys at running back and corner.

Kaden Stanton OT 6-6, 300, Sr. Beggs
A next-level talent with serious potential to be one of the top linemen in the state.

Erik Macklin RB/LB 6-1, 200, Sr. Morris
Macklin has the size to make would-be tacklers think twice. His ability to close and complete the tackle is impressive.

Carson Parks LB 6-2, 215, Sr. Warner
Parks recorded 153 tackles and two interceptions last season.

Camden Price RB/OLB 6-0, 205, Jr. Porter
Price is a three-year, two- way starter, that is explosive on both sides of the ball. He recorded 80 total tackles, 11 sacks last season.

Red Martel RB 5-11, 190, Jr. Beggs
Martel rushed for 1,613 yards and 17 touchdowns last season and is expected to put up similar numbers this year.

DeSean Mays RB/CB 5-11, 165, Sr. Vian
DeSean can fly. Mays had over 2,000 all-purpose yards last year.

Gunner Dozier RB 6-2, 205, Sr. Gore
Rushed for more than 1,200 yards as a junior with 23 touchdowns. Will be a force again this season.

Isaac Drake QB/RB/LB 6-1, 190, So. Weleetka
Was a 1st Team All-District player as a freshman. Amassed 1,557 yards and 20 TDs.

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