Before we turn the page to the Class of 2014, SoonerNation looks back at how the 2013 group for OU came together.
Receiver K.J. Young feels a lot of pride as an Oklahoma commit. And the pride he has felt has continued on at his high school.
Six months after committing to the Oklahoma Sooners, Miami Central safety Ahmad Thomas finally got that chance two weeks ago when OU defeated Bedlam rival Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma State has had one of its most successful runs ever. However, the surge has not paid dividends in in-state recruiting where the Sooners still own the Sooner State.
Oklahoma commit Stanvon Taylor was crushed when his season was cut short last season with an ankle injury, but he is poised to make up for it with a state title in 2012.
UCLA offensive tackle commit Sean Dowling is visiting Oklahoma this weekend.
Oklahoma Sooners commit Hatari Byrd benefits from move to safety, flourishing into an ESPN 300 safety.
Three-star cornerback Zack Sanchez has committed to play football at Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Sooners commit Durron Neal's stepfather preached hard work and now it's finally paying off.
Oklahoma recruits from class of 2012 talk about Sooners' new co-defensive coordinator
Three-star running back Akeel Lynch traveled the long road to playing college football. And now he's visiting Oklahoma.
Oklahoma's newest commitment worked has worked hard the past year to get noticed
The competition heats up with each passing round and three Oklahoma verbal commits remain in the hunt for a state championship in this week's Recruiting Rewind.
Two more Oklahoma verbal commitments saw their season come to an end, while one commit showed that his injury issues are firmly in the rear-view mirror in this week's Recruiting Rewind.
With three top receiving prospects already committed, the Sooners could have a special class
Tight end Terrell Mitchell (Fort Scott, Kan./Fort Scott C.C.) told SoonerNation he verbally committed to Oklahoma over the weekend, but there's still one more hurdle to clear before it becomes official.