| Class of 2013
Oklahoma State has had one of its most successful runs ever. However, the surge has not paid dividends in in-state recruiting where the Sooners still own the Sooner State.
A look at the state of Oklahoma's prospects and which programs are doing the best at landing them this year.
SoonerNation evaluates and grades the OU coaches on their defensive recruiting efforts during the six-week spring evaluation period.
Oklahoma has six commitments in the new ESPN 300 recruiting rankings, with four in the top 150.
The Sooners have three commitments in the initial ESPN 150 for the class of 2013, highlighted by two of the top three running backs in the nation.
The state of Oklahoma's top-ranked player, defensive end D.J. Ward, committed to Oklahoma after its annual Red-White spring football game.
ESPNU 150 Watch List defensive end D.J. Ward has brought new attention to the Oklahoma city of Lawton. And with the attention he has received, a few of Lawton's prospects are blowing up, too.
Oklahoma is in the market for defensive linemen for its 2013 class. It has targeted several elite defensive ends, here are five to look out for.
Long a recruiting frenzy in February, Texas finds itself in an unfamiliar situation -- waiting on recruits.
The Sooners are taking a national approach to recruiting the defensive side of the ball in 2013.