The Tulsa World's All-State football team was selected through a process that involved the nominations of players from all grades by head coaches, with a key distinction being the inclusion of juniors and sophomores, unlike the Oklahoma Coaches Association's selections, which only allow seniors.

By the Numbers
  • Six of the 26 players on the World’s All-State first team are juniors, and there is one sophomore.
  • Seven juniors are on the second team.
State of Play
  • The first team includes players from 17 schools, with Bixby and Edmond Santa Fe leading with three each.
  • Players are represented from various classifications, with 11 from 6AI, six from 5A, four from 4A, two from 3A, and one each from 6AII, 2A, and A.
What's Next

The All-State player of the year will be announced in the summer after the All-World banquet.

Bottom Line

The Tulsa World's All-State team selection process showcases a commitment to recognizing outstanding performance across all grades and is set to culminate in the announcement of the player of the year after the All-World banquet.