Entering the summer, the 2014 group of Oklahoma high school quarterbacks was already an impressive bunch. But now you can add Jones, Okla., signal-caller David Cornwell, who already has an offer from Indiana, to the group.
In the Sooners' losses to Kansas State and Notre Dame, OU scored touchdowns on just three of nine red zone possessions (33.3 percent). In its five wins, it scored touchdowns on 23 of 28 red zone possessions (82.1 percent).
Justice Hansen and Coleman Key are the state of Oklahoma's top quarterbacks for the class of 2014. And while they're used to competing against each other in camps, they are also now competing against each other for college offers.