Posted January 31, 2012 on
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners got themselves a nice little Signing Day eve present, as Edmond Santa Fe defensive end Mike Onuoha committed Tuesday night.
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ST. LOUIS - Even a late recruiting pitch from the nation's top high school player couldn't sway De Smet standout wide receiver Durron Neal from his commitment to Bob Stoops and the Oklahoma Sooners.
Neal, the top high school talent in the St. Louis area and one of the best prep wide receiver prospects in the nation, made his near eight-month pledge to Oklahoma official Wednesday...
Well, as expected, there was no DGB under the tree for the Oklahoma Sooners on National Signing Day this year. Even without the all-world receiver prospect, Bob Stoops and his overhauled coaching staff closed the 2012 recruiting class in strong fashion.
Here are a five major takeaways from the 2012 class, as well as a few notable "awards" from recruiting season.1. A-Lone...
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners have now locked up both of their most prized receiver recruits as another four-star has signed.
NORMAN, Okla. — Head coach Bob Stoops addressed a number of topics regarding this 2012 class, and Sooners Illustrated highlights it all.
Trey Metoyer could have helped the Sooners last season after the the loss of Ryan Broyles. But heading into the fall, he's more needed than ever.
Oklahoma starting center and team captain Ben Habern, is recovering in Norman following neck surgery. He is expected to miss spring football which begins March 5, in Norman.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners have returned to their Florida ranks again for yet another signee.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners got a surprise commit the other day, and he’s the third to sign.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners have now locked up perhaps the two best JUCO guys in the nation, securing a signature from this guy.
Oklahoma may have closed more strongly than in any class of the Bob Stoops era, is there one group who deserves some special recognition?
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners’ final signee comes in the form of OU’s fourth tight end.
Junior Angel Goodrich had arguably one of the highlights of the year at the end of the first half Tuesday night, and junior Monica Engelman's game-tying three-pointer was KU's saving grace to taking the Oklahoma Sooners into overtime.