The Sawtooth Oak has a beautiful elongated leaf showing character and dimension. In the Spring the leaves are yellow then they darken to a rich green and finish up to a pretty brown color. It is considered a "fast growing oak tree" and can sprout acorns as early as 5 years young.
If you enjoy feeding the wildlife, this is the way to go. Your tree will arrive with 2" to 2.5" caliper trunk.
The Northern Red Oak is another fast growing (for an oak) tree. The colorful leaves start out in the Spring a light pink/red and mature to the traditional green leaf with a spectacular russet-red finish in the Fall. The Northern Red Oak can eventually grow to 100+ feet tall with a 3 foot diameter. Make sure you plan ahead!
Sadly the American Chestnut is almost extinct, but if you are looking for a close cousin that is not susceptible to the blight, the Chestnut Oak is a your answer. It has a very thick grayish/brown bark and leaves almost 8" long. Easily found on ridges it is similar to the Swamp Chestnut and Chinkapin Oak. It can grow up to 60 feet with a 50 foot spread and prefers well drained soil yet it can hold it's own on rocky, poor soils.
Your tree arrives with a 2" to 2.5"caliper trunk.