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I didn't attend Oklahoma's Red-White Game on Saturday, but in the aftermath, one name keeps ringing out – the same one OU fans have heard all spring.
It was the public's first opportunity to get a glimpse of the touted freshman receiver. By all accounts*, Metoyer dazzled in the intrasquad game. His 6 receptions and 72 receiving yards led the day's action, and it sounds like he was easily the most consistent among the wideouts.
(*I didn't attend the game and have seen nothing from it outside of the highlights on SoonerSports.com. Honestly, I wouldn't overreact too much to anything that happened. Spring games aren't really set up to show much.)
Metoyer sounds like he was worth the wait after spending the fall getting his school work in order. It's not a stretch to say he's the best receiver on the team already.
Some other thoughts based on based on what I've heard:
*Warnings of nasty weather apparently put a damper on thing...
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