The second and ultimate national signing day is Wednesday, Feb. 6, and the Sooners are in wonderful shape.
Right here are 3 issues to know ahead of signing day:
Players who have nonetheless to make your mind up
Oklahoma obtained most of its operate completed in the course of the early signing period of time, but it is even now searching at a couple crucial parts going into February. Offensive linemen Danielson Ike and Enokk Vimahi have both equally revealed fascination in the Sooners and would be important additions. Ike is a 3-star offensive tackle out of Kansas City, Mo. He has gives from Michigan and Alabama but is thought to be leaning towards Oklahoma as signing day methods.
Vimahi is more of a secret. The 4-star offensive guard from Hawaii visited the Sooners a couple of months back, but is now refreshing off a excursion to Ohio Condition. USC is also closely associated, and recently hired former Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell to be its offensive coordinator. He’s scheduled to announce on signing day.
How lots of players will Oklahoma indicator?
The Sooners signed 23 recruits in December, together with 5-star receiver Jadon Haselwood — who did not formally announce till January. That will not depart significantly area for this second window, but there could be up to 3 new signees.
The headliner is 4-star pass rusher David Ugwoegbu, who dedicated to the Sooners on Jan. 17. As of now, he’s the only Oklahoma dedicate who hasn’t signed. But that could alter depending on what happens with Ike and Vimahi.
Who could add immediately?
Barring a jump from LSU on signing day, Oklahoma must close with a leading-5 recruiting course according to the 247Sports Composite ranking. There are a selection of players who could add immediately, most notably OU’s duo of 5-star receivers: Theo Wease and Haselwood. Four-star receiver Trejan Bridges could also see motion as a freshman. Five-star quarterback Spencer Rattler is proficient plenty of to engage in ideal away but will possible redshirt driving Alabama grad transfer Jalen Hurts.
On protection, it’s anyone’s guess as to who could engage in as a real freshman in 2019. The most effective bets appear to be to be 4-star safeties Jeremiah Criddell and Jamal Morris, but new defensive coordinator Alex Grinch enters the spring with a cleanse slate. Four-star cornerbacks Woodi Washington and Jaden Davis could also see motion, depending on what happens with OU’s present cornerback rotation. Four-star defensive end Joseph Wete and Ugwoegbu are the most possible solutions to gain early playing time on the defensive entrance.
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