OKPreps top 25 for 2015: Nos. 10-6

Down the stretch we come as we enter the top 10 of Sooners Illustrated's OKPreps top 25 for 2015.

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 fourth installment of the second edition of the top 25 for 2015.

No. 6 Lawton defensive back Darreyl Patterson (6-0, 165)

Previous ranking: No. 9

The question for Patterson remains his academic standing. His dream is to play for Oklahoma, and he is not afraid to say that. And OU coaches have made it clear it will never happen if he doesn't qualify. Patterson has quality offers such as Tulsa and Kansas State, but it's so clear the only thing on his mind is the crimson and cream.

No. 7 Norman North quarterback John Kolar (6-4, 185)

Previous ranking: NR

A solid player as a junior, it didn't look like things were going to blow up for Kolar. Truth is they actually still haven't at this point, and they might never reach that point because Oklahoma State caught him early and snagged his commitment. Kolar is an underrated athlete who fared well at the Elite 11 QB regional camp two weeks ago. He feels very comfortable with the Cowboys.

No. 8 Roland (Okla.) tight end Austin Cantrell (6-3, 220)

Previous ranking: No. 21

Roland is right on the border of Oklahoma and Arkansas so it's tough for a recruit to make a huge impression. That's a great indicator of just how good Cantrell is that both the Razorbacks and Sooners have already made offers. Arkansas showed the early interest first and earned his pledge in March. Bob Stoops is trying to change that, but it's tough to see things going different as of now.

No. 9 Midwest City Carl Albert defensive back Dillon Lohr (6-1, 200)

Previous ranking: No. 5

A freak of an athlete, the recruiting process is just not happening right now for Lohr. Or it's not happening as much as one might think for somebody who is so talented and can do so many different things on the field. Lohr's best case will be to do what he does on the field in the next two weeks and hope to turn some heads.

No. 10 Moore Southmoore defensive tackle Bobby Henry (6-4, 250)

Previous ranking: No. 7

A healthy Henry is a dangerous Henry. And spring practice should bring about a healthy and motivated Henry, who has been pegged as a defensive end to defensive tackle to outside linebacker. The pedigree is there with his brothers being solid college prospects in the past, but it's going to be about Henry putting it all together on the field this season.

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