National Signing Day is Feb. 5. With the Oklahoma coming off a Sugar Bowl win and an 11-2 season, they look like they have a bit of momentum.
Here are three prospects the Sooners would like to land on National Signing Day:
Who: Deondre Clark
Position: Defensive end
From: Oklahoma City
About Clark: Clark, the brother of Oklahoma State standout basketball player Stevie Clark, is a four-star player who is orally committed to LSU. However, Clark's mother Dorshell has been taking to social media and other spots to try and convince Deondre to come to Oklahoma.
Clark will play in the International Bowl, which features players from the United States and Canada on Feb. 7. He helped Douglass to the Class 4A semifinal last season.
Who: Steven Parker
Position: Defensive back
From: Jenks, Okla.
About Parker: The Oklahoma defensive player of the year, Parker led Jenks to a Class 6A state title and had six interceptions and 53 tackles as well as getting nine touchdowns and 622 yards as a receiver.
Parker is 6-foot-2, 185 pounds and is getting offers from about 30 schools, including Alabama, Michigan, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. He is a four-star prospect.
Who: Michiah Quick
Position: Wide receiver
From: Fresno, Calif.
About Quick: The Sooners will lose receivers Jalen Saunders, Jaz Reynolds and LaColtan Bester, so a four-star player like Quick could come in and make a difference immediately.
The 6-foot, 170-pounder runs a 4.5 and is getting offers from Notre Dame, USC, UCLA and Washington.