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Signing Day 2014: Oklahoma Sooners recruiting secures three top targets

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The Oklahoma Sooners recruiting efforts had a good day on Signing Day 2014 as they pulled in three of their four hopeful targets to sign their Letter of Intent with one player left still to decide. According to on Feb. 5, only Deondre Clark has yet to make a decision and is still deciding between OU and LSU.

Heading into Signing Day 2014, Oklahoma was looking at four players that still had not made a decision. Yesterday, four-star cornerback Steven Parker announced he was heading to OU. Parker might get immediate playing time, the number one overall recruit from the state of Oklahoma.

Today, both wide receiver Michiah Quick and offensive tackle Kenyon Frison chose the Sooners as well.

That leaves only Clark as the unknown. He was supposed to make his announcement today, but Douglass school's were cancelled due to sub-freezing temperatures. His announcement was delayed until tomorrow at 2 p.m. CST.

The prize of the 2014 Oklahoma Sooners recruiting class was four-star running back Joe Mixon, the nation's number one all-purpose running back and was ranked as the sixth best overall running back by ESPN. Joining him is Samaje Perine, ranked as the ninth best running back in the nation by ESPN.

Justice Hanson, the fifth ranked quarterback in the nation, joins Oklahoma as the quarterback of the future and two top receivers, Dallis Todd and Jeffery Mead, signed with the Sooners as well. There were also two tight ends ranked in the ESPN 300 who signed with OU, Carson Meier and Mark Andrews.



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