As Oklahoma looks ahead to the Class of 2014, one thing is clear -- the Sooners need to focus on defense big-time.
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.
Kansas State Wildcats coach Bill Snyder does more than OK in recruiting unsung players from Oklahoma
SoonerNation evaluates and grades the OU coaches on their defensive recruiting efforts during the six-week spring evaluation period.
Oklahoma has six commitments in the new ESPN 300 recruiting rankings, with four in the top 150.
SoonerNation takes an early look at some of the top 2014 prospects in the state of Oklahoma, where two quarterbacks and a star running back lead the way.
Tulsa Union defensive end/offensive tackle Dalton Rodriguez, the Sooners' third in-state offer for the class of 2013, has committed to the Sooners over offers from Oklahoma State, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State and others.
The state of Oklahoma's second-ranked player, Tulsa East Central cornerback Stanvon Taylor, committed to Oklahoma Friday night after receiving an offer last week.
The Sooners are using the spring evaluation period to evaluate several local prospects that don't yet have offers.
The Sooners have sent out a few defensive back offers for 2013, but here are the cornerbacks to keep an eye on.
Stanvon Taylor missed almost all of his junior season but grew up a Texas fan and will attend the Longhorns' spring game. He could continue Texas' recruiting success in Oklahoma.
Here are five recruits who attended one of the junior days and should receive an Oklahoma offer sooner rather than later.
Five 2013 recruits on defense that the Oklahoma Sooners should extend offers to sooner rather than later.