The new Oklahoma football season is already well underway, as the Sooners will ink a majority of their 2019 signing class tomorrow.
The class, currently headlined by Rivals No. 1 dual-threat quarterback Spencer Rattler (Phoenix Arizona), looks like it should be the Sooners’ third-straight top-10 group.
Committed and likely to sign
Other Rivals’ five-star recruits include receivers Trejan Bridges and Theo Wease. Austin Stogner is a 6-foot-7 four-star tight end out of Plano Texas the highly-coveted pass catcher could be the heir appearant after Lee Morris and Grant Calcaterra.
The offensive line class is expected to include Allen, Texas four-star EJ Ndoma-Ogar, Camden, Ark. tackle Stacey Wilkins and Sunnyvale, Texas’ Marcus Alexander. Finely Felix will come in from the JUCO ranks and could become a day-one starter for an offensive line that will likely have to retool after this season.
The defensive back class is particularly strong, headlined by four-star recruits Jamal Morris (Richmond, Texas), Woodi Washington (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) and Jaden Davis (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.). All three players stand 5-foot-11 or taller and should add some much-needed size to the Sooners’ secondary in the future.
The defensive line was another major area of concern for the OU coaching staff. There are several players with pass-rushing skills in the class including four-star defensive ends Joseph Wete (Washington D.C) and Marcus Hicks (Wichita, Kan.). Three-star defensive end Cori Roberson (Manvel, Texas) has a 6-foot-4 frame and at 265 pounds right now could end up growing his way into an interior lineman depending on what the Sooners do in the future with their defensive scheme.
JUCO defensive end Laron Stokes was a late addition to the class, but the Northeast Oklahoma A&M product could be a key piece to the defensive puzzle.
The Sooners have a pair of three-star defensive tackles slated for the class. Derek Green (Jacksonville, NC) became a rising star through his senior season, attracting offers from several SEC schools including Georgia. His 6-foot-5, 305-pound frame screams potential should he continue to develop.