By Jack Shields
The former Rice offensive tackle could potentially fill a void at Oklahoma.
When the Oklahoma Sooners finished the 2018 recruiting cycle with 22 total signees, it left plenty of room for some potential graduate transfers to be added. OU had already been targeting former Rice offensive tackle Calvin Anderson for that exact purpose, and the Sooners solidified themselves as true contenders when Anderson announced his intention to head to Norman this coming weekend for his final visit. The Austin native also announced that Oklahoma – along with Texas, Auburn and Michigan – is one of the finalists to earn his services in 2018.
— Calvin Anderson (@THE_CONDA25) February 14, 2018
Oklahoma lost Outland finalist and unanimous All-American left tackle Orlando Brown to the NFL Draft this offseason, but Anderson could help lessen the blow in the short term. Bobby Evans returns in 2018 and could potentially move over to the left if need be, but Anderson would be one of the leading candidates …read more