- Braydon Powell (Moore) - The 6-foot-7 center moved from Southmoore to Moore last season.
- Trace Cook (Lawton MacArthur) - After averaging 14.5 points per game as a junior, Cook will look to be the Highlanders' primary scoring threat in 2013-2014.
- Caleb Norris (Coweta) - After the graduation of Zach Norris, Hayden Holmes and Austin Swboni, a lot of the floor leadership falls in the lap of Caleb Norris this season.
- Whitney Wright (Tahlequah) - Started to emerge as a dynamic playmaker for Tahlequah last year. Wright, along with point guard Marisa Girdner, will be keys pieces in a soild Tahlequah backcourt.
- Andi Pierce (Enid) - Only a sophomore, the youngster has taken the scoring reigns after Courtney Chelf graduated.
- Faith Ihim (Memorial) - Perhaps no one player is more important to the nucleus of her team than Ihim is to Memorial.
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