Fargo 2019 Roster Release: Oklahoma Looking To Re-Establish Dominance

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The last time Oklahoma won Junior Duals was in 2015, when they also won the team title in Fargo. Their red team took the title in Tulsa, so could the Outlaws double up with a championship next month?

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Their Cadets were 14th and the Juniors finished 7th at Fargo last year. They return Cadet champs Tate Picklo and Jordan Williams, as well as Junior runner-up Dustin Plott. Looking at the ranked athletes, the list may be small, but the team as a whole has big point scoring potential.

  • #1 at 182 Dustin Plott
  • #2 at 113 Jordan Williams
  • #8 at 106 Eli Griffin
  • #9 at 170 Tate Picklo
  • #10 at 126 Carter Young

Additionally, graduated seniorJosh Heindselman, an Oklahoma commit who was #11 in the final heavyweight rankings, is looking for a stop sign.

All-Americans like Eli Griffin and Bryce Cockrell return, as well as FloNats placer Christian Forbes and 16U all-tournament team John Wiley will be there. The entire men's roster for both 16U and Junior can be found below.

Oklahoma 16U Team

WeightFirst NameLast Name
94RhettPeak
100JacquvisPaoli
100Caydon Miller
100Christian Forbes
106SheltonChastain
106CameronSteed
106JayceCaviness
113JordanWilliams
113KiaShultz
113MichaelFredrickson
113JimMullin
113GabrielFontanez
120Aiden Boyd
120DiegoOrtiz
120ColeBrooks
126RashaudMorgan
126GarrettWashington 
132KeeganLuton
132TrinitZweifel
132Christian McClain
138John Wiley
138ParkerLeCoq
138KaemanPrewett
138NathanHudson
138DaegenGriffin
145HudsonNeeley
145SpencerRochelle
145JpMartinez
145BradenAnderson
152AydinMatanane
152DaytonHill
152DaxHughes 
152GarrettWells
160ChanceDavis
160AndrewPowell
170SamuelAnderson
170Christian Mora
170BlaykeBrower
170TatePicklo
170JacksonJones
170AustinLong
182TylerBailey
182BranniganReyes
182CamRonTimmons
182KadenGlass
195ColemanLecoq
220DonovanMcGilberry
220ConnerColumbus


Oklahoma Junior Team

WeightFirst NameLast Name
106EliGriffin
106Colin Wiseman
113BryceCockrell
113CooperMahaffey
120JacksonCockrell
120BryceHarris
120Luke Ahrberg
120GarrettJohnson
126LakeEpperson
126CarterYoung
126JacobZimmer
132ConnorRiddles
138JakeCash
138CadeManion
138BryceDauphin
138JacksonOplotnik
145KolbyDePron
145SamHarris
145TimothyTrigg
145JoseCerantes
152CollinElias
160Kyle Knowles
160AlecMcDoulett
160MicahLugafet
170TylerHunter
170GageHockett
170BoHardy
170WilliamMartin
182GrantBaber
182AustinCooley
182Dustin Plott
220RyanCochran
220JudsonRowland
285WalkerGraham
285DelsinBynum
285JoshuaHeindselman
285MarquonnJourney
285RyderWiese

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