The Sooners always talk about putting a fence around the state of Oklahoma. Now's their chance. Not since the vaunted Class of 2006 has the state been so loaded with talent.
Oklahoma's 2008 class was supposed to be one of the best in Sooners history. But besides Landry Jones, many of the highly touted Oklahoma signees did not deliver.
Bob Stoops dubbed Oklahoma's 2010 recruiting class as one of the best he's seen. But three years later, that class hasn't brought the Sooners back to the nation's elite.
Kenny Stills, Tony Jefferson and Brennan Clay all committed to Oklahoma from the San Diego area. The Cali trio has take over Norman since, on the field and in recruiting.
Bob Stoops has compared his 2012 recruiting class to the 2010 class in which 13 played as true freshmen. We rank the 2012 Oklahoma Sooners class from least likely to most likely redshirt.
Junior college offensive tackle Will Latu could step in and start immediately for the Sooners in 2012. But he knows he has a lot of work to do this summer.
The Oklahoma Sooners are recruiting nationally for the class of 2012, as evidenced by their numerous commitments from across the country.
Marcus Dupree, Rhett Bomar headline the Oklahoma Sooners' hyped prospects who never panned out