Oklahoma Football Recruiting Update – October 9, 2016

    Oklahoma football recruiting update as of October 9, 2016. Bob Stoops' team is looking to build some momentum after beating rival Texas this past weekend.

    October 9, 2016

    Oklahoma football recruiting update as of October 9, 2016.

    For an entire year, the Sooners will have bragging rights over their biggest rivals, the Texas Longhorns. Bob Stoops’ team took down Charlie Strong’s team, 45-40, on Saturday, and there were some important recruits on hand to watch it all go down.

    Four-star prospect, K’Lavon Chaisson, whom both Oklahoma and Texas are going after, was there. He’s the No. 6 defensive end and No. 51 overall player in the 2017 class. Robert Barnes, a 4-star safety and OU commit, was also in attendance.

    Five-star defensive tackle Marvin Wilson, who seems to be favoring the Sooners, took his official visit to Norman on Sept. 17, but his teammate, 3-star prospect Jaylen Waddle, was there for Oklahoma’s win in the Red River Rivalry. He’s the No. 53 wide receiver in the 2018 class.

    There isn’t an official visitor list set for the Sooners’ game versus Kansas State this weekend, but you can circle Nov. 12 on your calendars. When Oklahoma welcomes Baylor to Norman, it will also host 5-star wide receiver Joseph Lewis and 4-star cornerback Jaylon Johnson.

    Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

    Oklahoma Football Recruiting Update

    Complete Class

    • No. 3 Overall Class
    • Total Commits: 21
    • 5-Star Commits: 0
    • 4-Star Commits: 15
    • 3-Star Commits: 6
    • Levi Draper: 4-Star, No. 2 ILB, No. 78 Overall
    • Tyrese Robinson: 4-Star, No. 6 OG, No. 136 Overall
    • Chris Robinson: 4-Star, No. 8 QB, No. 90 Overall
    • Robert Barnes: 4-Star, No. 8 S, No. 100 Overall
    • Tre Brown: 4-Star, No. 13 CB, No. 117 Overall
    • Justin Broiles: 4-Star, No. 22 CB, No. 243 Overall
    • Kennedy Brooks: 4-Star, No. 12 RB, No. 119 Overall
    • Trey Sermon: 4-Star, No. 18 RB, No. 198 Overall
    • Grant Calcaterra: 4-Star, No. 8 TE, No. 253 Overall
    • Jalen Reagor: 4-Star, No. 22 WR, No. 152 Overall
    • Charleston Rambo: 4-Star, No. 26 WR, No. 190 Overall
    • Addison Gumbs: 4-Star, No. 8 OLB, No. 122 Overall
    • Creed Humphrey: 4-Star, No. 3 C, No. 295 Overall
    • CeeDee Lamb: 4-Star, No. 37 WR, No. 273 Overall
    • Isaiah Thomas: 4-Star, No. 26 DE, No. 290 Overall
    • K’Jakyre Daley: 3-Star, No. 54 DE, Unranked Overall
    • Marquis Hayes: 3-Star, No. 26 OG, Unranked Overall
    • Jeremiah Hall: 3-Star, No. 51 TE, Unranked Overall
    • Kenneth Murray: 3-Star, No. 32 OLB, Unranked Overall
    • Marcelias Sutton: 3-Star ATH, Unranked Overall
    • Reeves Mundschau: 3-Star P, Unranked Overall

    Top Targets

    • Marvin Wilson: 5-Star, No. 1 DT, No. 10 Overall
    • Jeffrey Okudah: 5-Star, No. 1 ATH, No. 11 Overall
    • Anthony Hines: 5-Star, No. 1 ILB, No. 19 Overall
    • Cesar Ruiz: 4-Star, No. 2 C, No. 99 Overall
    • Greg Rogers: 4-Star, No. 6 DT, No. 76 Overall

    Boomin’ On Twitter

    Four-star tight end commit Grant Calcaterra was flexing on Twitter after the Sooners beat Texas.

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