Your snake does not have the thickness of the borders or the deep saturated color that the Okeetee phase is known to have. That said, yours could be from an actual local line, but without knowing the history, there's no way to know, and would be considered a "normal/classic".
Technically, Okeetees and Miami's are "normals", however, they have both been refined to become noted morphs. They are typically called Okeetee phase and Miami phase if they do not come from actual locality lines.
Along these lines, there is the Alabama Corn as well. They are a locality, and to my knowledge, "Alabama phase" is not out there yet, because the ones being produced are from WC or WC decendants.