Posted February 19, 2012 on oklahoma.scout.com
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners picked up a very nice recruiting class in 2012, but it was extremely offensive heavy. So, couple that with the players who are set to graduate after the upcoming season and what does that mean for where OU will focus next year? Who are some targets to keep and eye on? Sooners Illustrated breaks it down inside.
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Target Spots: Part I

NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners picked up a very nice recruiting class in 2012, but it was extremely offensive heavy. So, couple that with the players who are set to graduate after the upcoming season and what does that mean for where OU will focus next year? Who are some targets to keep and eye on? Sooners Illustrated breaks it down inside.
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