When Justice Hansen committed to the Sooners less than two weeks ago, he added his name to the likes of Jason White and Sam Bradford as Oklahoma born and bred quarterbacks pledging to the Sooners during the Bob Stoops era.
After back-to-back three-loss seasons, Bob Stoops shook things up by firing three assistants. That, combined with a regime change at quarterback, makes this spring perhaps the most intriguing -- and most critical -- of the Stoops era.
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.
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.