Oklahoma Football Recruiting Update – October 23, 2016

    Oklahoma football recruiting update as of October 23, 2016. Bob Stoops' Sooners have fallen from their No. 1 ranking after losing a 4-star wide receiver.

    October 23, 2016

    Oklahoma football recruiting update as of October 23, 2016.


    It was fun while it lasted for the Sooners. They were in the driver’s seat with the No. 1 class in the 2017 cycle, but that ranking now belongs to Ohio State once again.

    Oklahoma fell to No. 3 in the class rankings after 4-star wide receiver Jalen Reagor flipped his commitment from the Sooners to the TCU Horned Frogs last week.

    One big-time target for Oklahoma is 5-star inside linebacker Anthony Hines. He took an official visit to Florida recently and was at UCLA this past weekend for an official visit.

    Hines is set to visit Ohio State this upcoming weekend, but the Sooners are still in great shape to land the nation’s No. 1 inside linebacker. However, Texas A&M is in the running, too.

    Four-star center Cesar Ruiz has been high on Oklahoma for a while, but he spent an official visit at Auburn this past weekend for the Tigers’ 56-3 win over Arkansas. The Sooners won’t get him on campus for an official visit until Dec. 2. The other big contender for Ruiz’s commitment is Michigan.

    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: 16
    • 3-Star Commits: 5
    • Levi Draper: 4-Star, No. 2 ILB, No. 78 Overall
    • Jacob Phillips: 4-Star, No. 7 ILB, No. 182 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
    • 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 linebacker Levi Draper had no bad blood with Jalen Reagor after the 4-star wide receiver flipped to TCU.

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