YUKON, Okla. -- The priorities are simple for the Clark brothers at Oklahoma City Douglass. The player-coach relationship means more than anything else. It's the reason Oklahoma State was able to nab ESPN 100 point guard Stevie Clark for its 2013 class, as OSU coach Travis Ford and the Clark family have developed that tight bond.
about 1302 days ago | Bob Przybylo | On The Trail: Midlands Region
One additional ESPN 100 recruit beat the buzzer on the early signing period when point guard Stevie Clark (Oklahoma City/Douglass) signed his national letter of intent with Travis Ford's Oklahoma State Cowboys.
After six previously uncommitted ESPN 100 prospects signed their letters of intent during the early signing period, only nine remain. Here is RecruitingNation's updated list of the ESPN 100 spring signers and which school they are still considering.
Round one goes to Oklahoma. With the commitment of 2014 ESPN Watch List running back Devon Thomas (Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow) to OU on Saturday night, the Sooners have struck the first blow in potential Bedlam recruiting battles of in-state prospects for the 2014 class.
about 1405 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
Plans and point guard Stevie Clark (Oklahoma City/Douglass) simply do not go together. The original plan was for Clark, ranked No. 60 in the ESPN 100, to attend Quest Prep Academy in Las Vegas for his senior season.
about 1454 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Florida State Seminoles
Thursday's RecruitingNation on ESPNU will be highlighted by the announcement of point guard Demetrius Jackson (Mishawaka, Ind./Marian). The 19th ranked player in the ESPN 100 will decide between Illinois and Notre Dame.
about 1459 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail