Wess Bowman – DE – 6-4, 230 – Tulsa (Memorial HS)
Wess was coached by Tony Daniels. He was a member of the Cascia Hall team that won the state championship freshman year. He was also a member of a state runner-up team junior year, and he won the academic athlete award for highest grade-point average. Wess is the son of Jerry and Tammy Bowman.
Jordan Cunningham – RB/LB – 5-10, 178 – Claremore (Claremore HS)
Jordan was a three-year starter and was coached by Rob Gilbreth at Claremore High School. He was named all-state and First-Team All-Tulsa World as a linebacker senior year. He was also the 2012 District 5A-4 Defensive Player of the Year, and he ended his career with 486 tackles. He is the son of Bill Cunningham.
Kenneth Davis – LB – 5-10, 231 – Spencer (Star Spencer HS)
Kenneth Davis was a four-year starter at Star Spencer High School under the direction of James Hardening. He was a member of the state championship team freshman year. He was the team’s defensive MVP sophomore and junior years, and he was named VYPE Magazine top 100 senior year. He was also named all-district and all-state honorable mention senior year. He is the son of Kenneth and Robin Davis.
Michael Davis – LB – 5-10, 200 – Troup, Texas (Troup HS)
Michael was an all-state performer as both a linebacker and fullback senior year. He was coached by Dennis Alexander, and he is the son of Patrick and Sandra Davis. Michael is the brother of former Northeastern State running back and current NSU running back coach Chris Davis.
Raquan Dobbs – WR – 6-2, 180 – Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS)
Raquan played for Jay Cline at Creekview High School. He was named All-District 10-4A as a safety sophomore year. During his senior year, Raquan caught 17 passes for 330 yards and one score. He was also a Texas regional qualifier in the 4x100 sprint relay, and he has also competed in the 200-meter dash. He is the son of Latonia Dobbs.
Demetrius Gildon – OL – 6-4, 260 – Arlington, Texas (Martin HS)
Demetrius played for Bob Wager at Martin High School. Gildon picked up All-District 3-5A honors senior year, as he helped the team make the Texas state playoffs. He graded out 90 percent or higher in every game and led the offensive line in knockdowns. Demetrius is the son of Dennis and Tammie Gildon.