Jenks goes for its 25th win in a row

2015 Moore (Okla.) Westmoore WR Dahu Green

Jenks has the proven stars on the field, while Moore Westmoore has a couple of stars on the rise. The teams meet in the semifinals Friday.

There's a sense of familiarity for the Oklahoma Class 6A state semifinals. Both matchups are rematches from the regular season. And with Jenks and Moore Westmoore, it's Jenks going for its 25th consecutive victory.

Last time: Jenks won 21-0. The Jenks defense has been lights out all season, but Moore Westmoore has arguably been the most impressive team in the state during its playoff run.

Players to watch

Moore Westmoore (10-2)

Wide receiver Dahu Green (Class of 2015): Nobody knew who Green was coming into the season. He is making sure everybody knows who he is now. Great size at 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds, Green has 37 catches for 673 yards and nine touchdowns this season. In-state schools are starting to knock on his door more and more and his stock should blow up during the offseason.

Wide receiver Deshawn Lookout (Class of 2016): Following a quality showing at Oklahoma's three-day camp in the summer, it was clear Lookout was going to be a name to watch going forward. He hasn't disappointed so far. He has 45 receptions for 594 yards and five touchdowns.

Jenks (12-0)

Safety Steven Parker (Class of 2014): The most coveted in-state non-committed prospect out there. The Scout 300 safety is swimming in offers. No set finalists yet, but he has taken official visits to Arkansas and Texas A&M. He has made three unofficial visits to Oklahoma this season and visited Oklahoma State last weekend. Ole Miss appears to be in the hunt, too. Parker has 22 receptions for 367 yards and four touchdowns. He also has three interceptions.

Safety Dylan Harding (Class of 2014, committed to Oklahoma State): Harding might be the second best safety in the state but also the second best on the team. A banner junior season has been followed by a top-notch senior campaign so far. Harding has 16 catches for 501 yards and six touchdowns, averaging a ridiculous 31 yards per reception, while being one of the leaders on defense.

Running back Cameron Booty (Class of 2014): A transfer from Richardson (Texas) High, things could not have started any slower for Booty. But he's making his presence known, having rushed for 1,019 yards and 12 touchdowns while averaging seven yards per rush. A lot of unofficial visits to OU this season, but SMU seems to be the school showing the most legit interest.

Defensive tackle Marquise Overton (Class of 2015): The offers are flowing in for the Scout 300 prospect. Already with offers from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Baylor and Ole Miss, among several others, going to be an interesting winter for Overton. He has grown and gotten stronger while being a force on the defensive line.

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