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Oklahoma football recruiting: 4 undecided recruits on Signing Day 2014

4 undecided Oklahoma Sooners recruits on Signing Day 2014
4 undecided Oklahoma Sooners recruits on Signing Day 2014
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The Oklahoma Sooners football recruiting really picked up after they beat the Alabama Crimson Ride in the Sugar Bowl in January. With Signing Day 2014 only a few days away, the Norman Transcript reported on Feb. 2 that a lot of current Sooners' players say that their big win really helped bring them more big name recruits.

Here is a look at four undecided recruits who might end up with the Oklahoma Sooners on Signing Day 2014.

Steven Parker

Parker, a safety from Oklahoma high school powerhouse Jenks, is a top 60 player nationally and is the best player from the state of Oklahoma. He was not even considering the Sooners until after the Alabama win. However, he changed his mind after the Sugar Bowl and visited Oklahoma anyway. Parker will make his decision by Wednesday.

Deondre Clark

Deondre Clark is committed to LSU, but all verbal commitments are non-binding and he can change his mind. It looked like the defensive end from Oklahoma City was starting to come around and consider playing for OU. That might have changed when OU beat OSU in basketball last weekend. Clark's brother plays basketball for OSU and Clark tweeted that he was not happy with how Sooners' fans treated his brother, asking if that is what being a Sooner is all about.

Clark is expected to wait until National Signing Day 2014 to make his final decision.

Kenyon Frison

Frison is a big 290-pound offensive tackle and is looking at the Oklahoma Sooners and he just made his final recruiting visit to Nebraska. Jerry Montgomery is the man recruiting Frison.

Michiah Quick

The fourth big target is Michiah Quick, an athlete who is a running back and wide receiver from California. He has visited USC but he has been leaning more towards the Sooners and will make his decision on Signing Day 2014.

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