Oklahoma Targets Committing July 4th

Oklahoma’s 2021 class is currently ranked no. 3 in the Big 12 and no. 30 by 247 Sports. While these rankings may seem low, I wouldn’t be concerned. OU has a number of high value uncommitted targets that can drastically boost this class. A couple of these targets have announced their commitment date on the same day, July 4th.

Keon Coleman

Keon Coleman is a 4-star WR from Opelousas, LA. As a 247 Sports top 50 WR in the 2021 cycle, this would be a great addition to OU’s already strong WR class.

Caleb Williams

July 4 is the commitment date for me.

Coming out with a few cool things when it gets to that point, but July 4 is the day that fireworks will be shooting up into the sky with all of the commits. The guys and coaches will be going crazy and hopefully the fans go crazy, too. I’m committing to one of these three schools. Caleb Williams.

Caleb Williams – All on the line

If you don’t know by now, Caleb Williams is arguably the biggest OU target in the 2021 cycle. Williams is the no. 1 dual style QB and no. 4 overall recruit in the 2021 cycle based on 247 Sports composite rankings. Needless to say, this could be another QB star for Lincoln Riley.

Will OU land both recruits?

Bet the house on it… Seriously, Coleman is deciding between South Carolina, Oklahoma, and Kansas. As a dual sport athlete also playing Bball, Kansas is OU’s biggest competition but I still think he ends up in Norman.

As for Williams, the idea he will be going anywhere BUT Oklahoma is outrageous. Williams’ top 3 is down to Oklahoma, LSU, and Maryland. While LSU may be a worthy recruiting opponent, the mass exodus of coaches and players from LSU will hurt their 2021 recruiting. Plus, Linocln Riley’s record with QBs is untouchable. OU clearly has the edge in this scenario, especially because Williams would be the lone QB in the 2021 class. Not to mention, Williams has been dropping hints he favors OU and throughout his commitment.

So be ready for some fireworks on independence day.

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