It has been three months since SoonersIllustrated.com revealed its top 25 for the state of Oklahoma. A lot has happened. Some new names have entered the fold. Some, obviously, had to drop out, while others have seen their stock soar in the last 90 days.
Without further ado, the second installment of the second edition of the top 25 for 2015.
No. 16 Edmond Memorial running back Warren Wand (5-7, 165)
Previous ranking: No. 25
Now that people are starting to overlook his size, the offers are starting to roll in. Wand has been among the most productive and most durable running backs in Class 6A the last two seasons. Southern Mississippi got things started for Wand, who has also added a couple of more offers. Combined with solid camp outings, no question he has upped his stock since February.
No. 17 Oklahoma City Casady wide receiver Denver Johnson (6-3, 200)
These next two guys you can almost copy and paste their bio. Johnson has set himself apart as the No. 2 wide receiver in the state, don't think many will argue that. Despite all the numerous unofficial visits he has made, that elusive first offer hasn't come yet. Great size, solid hands, his lack of top end speed might be holding him back but still a great talent.
Previous ranking: No. 19
No. 18 Edmond Santa Fe defensive back Ashton Preston (6-0, 170)
Previous ranking: No. 18
Like Johnson, Preston has been busy on the visit circuit. If there's a visit Preston can make, he has certainly made every last effort to get there. Some of the debate is still about his position, and it might be making a bigger impact than previously anticipated. The issue has been whether or not he's a safety or cornerback. Major schools are showing the consistent interest but haven't pulled the trigger.
No. 19 Edmond North linebacker Caileb Booze (6-3, 210)
Previous ranking: No. 11
Booze is a quality linebacker prospect in the state, and he has made multiple visits to Kansas State in the last few months. Spring ball will be vital to Booze for college coaches to be able to see how he carries his frame and how he looks with pads on. It could be a big spring and summer coming up for Booze.
No. 20 Oklahoma City Heritage Hall quarterback Connor McGinnis (6-4, 185)
Previous ranking: No. 13
McGinnis has made the rounds repeatedly with the top three in-state schools. He has made multiple visits to Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tulsa, but he's sort of an unknown outside of the state. Part of the issue was McGinnis played soccer in the spring and never got a real chance to show his quarterback skills in any sort of camp setting.