By Jack Shields
Plenty of elite receivers are on Oklahoma’s radar, but OU could do well in a number of areas in the 2019 recruiting cycle.
After years of falling short of expectations on the recruiting trail, the Oklahoma Sooners have signed consecutive top-10 classes for the first time since signing three in a row from 2008-10. The level of talent is clearly on the rise, but the most exciting part about all of this is that the 2019 class could potentially be OU’s best in over a decade. This class as a whole has a higher number of elite prospects than we’ve seen in years past. Fortunately, Oklahoma is in the race for dozens of them.
Oklahoma already has five current commitments – including four from blue-chip offensive prospects – and appears to be in great shape to add to that total in the near future. The receiver position looks especially promising, as Oklahoma seems to be in the running for every elite prospect at the position. There’s also plenty of promise as far as DB prospects are concerned.
Many of these guys will be at Oklahoma’s Junior Day this weekend (or were in attendance at last month’s event) and could …read more