OU, Nebraska in hunt for Kenbrell Thompkins

Who said recruiting stops when national signing day is completed?

Tom Luginbill settled down after his marathon appearance on ESPNU's show to provide some more information that has some direct bearing on a couple of schools.

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WR Kenbrell Thompkins

Miami, FL

El Camino College (CA)

Touted El Camino College (Torrance, Calif.) wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins did not sign Wednesday and is still awaiting his release from Tennessee, ESPN affiliate Web site DuckTerritory.com reports.

Originally from Miami, Fla., Thompkins signed with the Volunteers during the early period prior to the coaching change.

He caught 69 passes for 1,020 yards (14.8 average) and nine touchdowns during the 2009 season. In 2008, he caught 42 balls for 746 yards (17.8 average) and five scores.

Thompkins is now considering Oregon, Oklahoma, Nebraska and California.

ILB Trayvon Henry

Oklahoma City, OK

Millwood H.S.

Scouts Grade: 79

Position Rank: 5

Trayvon Henry (Millwood, Okla.), the nation's No. 5-rated inside linebacker, signed with Butler Community College Wednesday, ESPN affiliate Web site TheShiver.com reports.

Henry was committed to Kansas at one time. He was also rumored to be part of Oklahoma's class much earlier during the recruiting cycle.

Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Texas Tech, Louisville and Tulsa also recruited the four-star player.