By Jack Shields
Offensive lineman Tank Jenkins and defensive tackle Moro Ojomo are expected in Norman.
Last weekend was pretty huge for the Oklahoma Sooners on the recruiting front. It began on Thursday night (we cover college sports, so Thursday is part of the weekend) when linebacker Nik Bonitto — who had already sent his paperwork — announced during the Under Armour All-America Game that he would be playing college ball in Norman. More good news trickled to OU fans on Saturday when elite DB Bookie Radley-Hiles and former Texas A&M OLB pledge DaShaun White also announced their commitments to the Sooners. However, OU’s recruiting efforts are far from over.
The primary 2018 prospect that OU fans have focused on since then has been four-star safety and former Texas A&M commit Leon O’Neal. OU may well finish the job on that front, but he’s far from the only name to keep an eye on. In fact, it appears that Oklahoma will try to make one final splash on the offensive side of the ball.