2023 Tulsa World All-State Football reveals first-team, second team, and honorable mentions, showcasing the top football players in Oklahoma. The first-team honors include standout players like Josh Aisosa, Blake Cherry, and Gage Deckard, each demonstrating exceptional performance and impact on their teams' seasons.

By the Numbers
  • Josh Aisosa graded out at 92.4% and had 45 pancakes for the 7-4 Wolves
  • Gage Deckard had 68 receptions for 1,370 yards and 21 TDs
  • Jamarian Ficklin recorded 4,196 yards and 52 TDs
  • Xavier Robinson had 36 TDs overall and helped propel his team to a second consecutive 5A state title
State of Play
  • Recognizes the outstanding performance and impact of the first-team players in the Oklahoma high school football scene
  • Highlights the key achievements and statistics of notable players, showcasing their influence on their teams' success
Bottom Line

The 2023 Tulsa World All-State Football awards bring attention to the exceptional talent and performance of high school football players in Oklahoma, recognizing their valuable contributions to their teams' successes.