Oklahoma Signing Day Capsules
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Oklahoma Signing Day Capsules

Scout.com brings you the rankings, ratings, photos, and video of the Oklahoma signing class of 2010.

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QB | 7-6 / 215
Bishop Carroll Catholic (KS)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 4
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 4/3/09
Committed Over: Georgia, Kansas, Kansas State, Miami (Fl), Missouri, Nebraska
Scouting Report: QB Blake Bell of Bishop Carroll Catholic High School is rare talent with tremendous upside. Having played the position for only a year, Bell brings to the table a lightening quick release, excellent vision, pocket awareness, and intangibles that far exceed his experience. Bell is also an athletic QB and though he can beat you with his feet, he'd rather beat you with his arm. - Baron Flenory; Midland Region Manager
RB | 6-11 / 187
Scripps Ranch (CA)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 6
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 6/5/09
Committed Over: Georgia, Michigan, Oregon, Stanford, Utah, Washington
Scouting Report: Clay has exceptional balance and breakaway speed, but his acceleration is his strength, once he's in the open field, he's gone. See's the field well, and has great instincts. Had over 1,000 yards rushing and receiving, so can complement any kind of offense, whether running between the tackles or catching the ball out of the backfield. Needs to continue to pick up his blocks better, hasn't needed to do that much because of his use in offense.
CB | 6-11 / 175
Owasso (OK)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 30
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 7/26/09
Committed Over: Kansas, Missouri, North Texas, Oklahoma State, Tulsa, UNLV
Scouting Report: Colvin is a lockdown corner that has amazing hips and coverage skills. He takes on all comers and has even been successful in many camps at tough one-on-one situations. He is also not afraid to come up and deliver a blow from his spot in the defensive backfield. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
OLB | 6-1 / 225
Dunbar (TX)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 38
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 8/31/09
Committed Over: Baylor, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: Favors was initially looked as a hybrid safety/linebacker, but after he added some weight his future is undoubtedly at linebacker on the next level. He is good against the run and his experience at safety will help him in coverages against Big 12 spread offenses. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
RB | 6-7 / 180
Niceville Senior (FL)
Rating:
Scout300: 190
Pos Rank: 20
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 6/26/09
Committed Over: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Tennessee
Scouting Report: A change of pace running back that is cat quick in small places, Finch lines up as a slot receiver and running back for his Niceville team. He's virtually untouchable in one on one situations, and he runs with surprising power when contact is initiated. He's at top speed almost instantly. His short strides limit his top end speed, but they are an asset in more applicapble situations like making men miss and route running - Scott Kennedy-Scout.com
OLB | 6-1 / 205
Marshall (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 128
Pos Rank: 13
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 8/7/09
Committed Over: Baylor, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M
Scouting Report: Franklin is an exciting player that flies around to the ball. He is a head hunter that will unwilling throw his body to try and bring down ball carriers. He will need to bulk up to be able to take the pounding of the college game, but he has all of the necessary tools to become a star. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
CB | 6-9 / 165
West Orange-Stark (TX)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 65
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 7/22/09
Committed Over: Baylor, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: Franks may not be the biggest player to sign a D1 letter of intent, but he will arguably be one of the fastest. He also has great football lineage as his Kerry, played at Texas A&M and his other brother Jacoby played at Texas Tech. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
DE | 6-4 / 225
Hutchinson (KS)
Rating:
Scout300: 192
Pos Rank: 27
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 1/20/10
Committed Over: Kansas, LSU, Michigan
Scouting Report: The 6-4/215 DE is a long and athletic defender with huge upside. He is explosive off the ball, plays with good hands, and because of his length, he shows the ability to run down players in backside pursuit. While Grissom is a little thin at this stage, his long frame will add and hold weight well.
S | 6-1 / 175
Lancaster (TX)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 38
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 4/14/09
Committed Over: Baylor, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: Hayes is a defensive back that is not afraid to poke his nose in for a big hit. Many thought he would be a college safety, but he has the hips to play corner. He may not be afraid to hit but needs to add some weight/mass to do so at the safety or the corner position at the next level. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
CB | 6-1 / 185
West Orange-Stark (TX)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 25
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 7/22/09
Committed Over: Florida, LSU, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: Haynes has good size and a frame that will take well to adding weight in college. He is a head hunter in the field and will bring that mentality to the defensive side of the ball in college. He is also one of the fastest players in Oklahoma's class. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
TE | 6-5 / 240
Southmoore (OK)
Rating:
Scout300: 173
Pos Rank: 7
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 11/2/09
Committed Over: Arizona, Baylor, Colorado State, Kansas, Oklahoma State
Scouting Report: Haywood came in to his own as senior to do some quite unnatural things. A case could be made that he was the best player in the state on either side of the ball. As a tight end he can stretch the field and make moves that big men do not usually make. He has a penchant for making touchdown grabs. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
DT | 6-4 / 275
Parish Episcopal (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 188
Pos Rank: 20
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 1/6/10
Committed Over: Arkansas, Baylor, Clemson, Colorado, Kansas, LSU, North Carolina, TCU, Texas, Texas Tech, Wake Forest
Scouting Report: Humphrey is a lightning quick defensive lineman that just started coming in to his own as a senior. He uses his hands well to get off of blocks and pursues well down the line against the run, but will need to add some size in college. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
OG | 6-5 / 315
Mustang (OK)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 3
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 3/12/09
Committed Over: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Missouri, Oregon, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: Irwin has been a rock along the offensive line for Mustang High and he will be bringing in an intensity that will rival some of the veterans on the current team. He could play offensive guard or tackle for the Sooners. He uses his hands extremely well and has the feet to make blocks on the second level. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
OLB | 6-0 / 210
Eastlake (CA)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 8
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 12/18/09
Committed Over: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Miami (Fl), Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn State, Tennessee, UCLA, USC
Scouting Report: A two-way standout, Jefferson could have been an elite running back, but he's destined for defense at Oklahoma. He's got tremendous agility and lateral movement, loves to hit and will knock your head off, and is tough to run on. Durability is lone concern, as he had a couple of injuries his senior year. However, he played through them as much as he could. - Brandon Huffman, West manager
WR | 6-3.5 / 200
Bishop Miege (KS)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 10
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 8/11/09
Committed Over: Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Wisconsin
Scouting Report: McCay can be as good as he wants to be. He has attributes you cannot teach and the work ethic to get better at the things you can. He is a physically imposing player that can run and catch. With the ball in his hands, DCs immediately start to bite their nails in nervousness that he is going to put another "6" on the board. Plays lazy at times but, this will change with coaching and age. Baron Flenory-Midland Regional Manager
WR | 6-2.5 / 180
Steele (TX)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 88
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 5/12/09
Committed Over: Baylor, Rice, SMU, Stanford, Texas A&M
Scouting Report: McClain has nice size and length. He runs decent routes but his best attribute is his hands. He will pull down any passes in his vicinity. He missed most of his senior year to an ACL injury that may make him a red-shirt candidate his first year of college. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
MLB | 6-2 / 245
Rock Bridge Sr. (MO)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 19
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 8/24/09
Committed Over: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Carolina, Stanford, Syracuse
Scouting Report: Millard could be described as a gritty football player that gets the job done when called upon. He will not blow you away with his speed or his athleticism, but his will on the field goes a long way. He may fit in best at H-Back on the college level, but linebacker is not out of the question. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
DE | 6-3 / 240
Jesuit College Prep (TX)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 55
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 5/22/09
Committed Over: Colorado State, Kansas, Texas Tech, Tulsa, Utah, UTEP
Scouting Report: Suffered through an injury plagued junior season and only played part of the season. Has good size for a defensive end and looks the part of a division one defensvie end. Quick off the ball and likes to puruse the ball on the backside. Needs to work on disengaging skills with the offensive lineman.
OLB | 6-1 / 200
Skyline (TX)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 4
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 2/3/10
Committed Over: Florida, LSU, Minnesota, North Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas, Texas Tech, UCLA
Scouting Report: Solid speedy linebacker who can excel in a variety of defenses. Strong against the run and strong football IQ helps him make quick reads. Sheds blocks well, a sure tackler and hard hitter. - Ahmard Vital, Scout.com
DT | 6-4 / 275
Marcus (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 224
Pos Rank: 24
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 1/29/09
Committed Over: Arizona, Auburn, Texas Tech, Wisconsin
Scouting Report: Marcus runs the 3-4 defense with Noble playing the nose guard position. A position that's not exactly set up to make a ton of plays, but he clogs the middle which is exactly what he is supposed to do. He does have some technique issues he needs to work on, which is normal, like getting his hands up and making first contact. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
DT | 6-4 / 295
East Central (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 244
Pos Rank: 27
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 6/25/09
Committed Over: Auburn, Baylor, Illinois, Oklahoma State, Texas, USC
Scouting Report: Peterson has the perfect blend of size, speed, and athleticism at his position. Sometimes it seems like he is playing unmotivated, but he is so smooth he makes the plays he is making seem effortless. He has great size and a nice frame to be a real monster. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
WR | 6-0 / 175
Skyline (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 215
Pos Rank: 33
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 3/4/09
Committed Over: Houston, Kansas, Minnesota, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Utah
Scouting Report: Powell was originally listed as a defensive back that was until we saw how big of a playmaker he was at receiver. He can do many things, but he looks really good in the slot where he can make things happen in the underneath passing game. He is also a relentless blocker. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
OG | 6-4 / 320
Cedar Hill (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 235
Pos Rank: 7
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 5/12/09
Committed Over: Baylor, Kansas, Miami (Fl), Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: At 6-3 305lbs, Shead is a load and he knows how to use his weight. Shead punishes DTs at the point of attack. Has good explosiveness off the line but must work on his flexibility as he plays high at times causing him to struggle at the second level.
WR | 6-1 / 175
La Costa Canyon (CA)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 9
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 12/18/09
Committed Over: California, Colorado, Florida, LSU, Miami (Fl), Michigan, Oregon, Penn State, Stanford, Tennessee, UCLA, USC
Scouting Report: Stills is one of the most complete receivers to come out of the West in a few years. Has great speed (4.36), excellent hands and concentration and is a crisp, route-runners. He's quick off the line, tough to stay in coverage with, and when he gets past the secondary, he's not going to be caught. Needs to continue to add more strength, but has good height and long arms that allow him to reel in most any passes. --Brandon Huffman, Scout.com
OT | 6-5 / 290
Pflugerville (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 197
Pos Rank: 18
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 2/21/09
Committed Over: Baylor, Houston, Oklahoma State, Rice, Texas, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: Tyrus Thompson best football days are ahead of him as he has just started to come into his own from a physical standpoint. He has always had nice size but he has just started to realize how to use it to his advantage. With his wingspan he has the prototype tackle frame. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
DT | 6-3 / 287
Nimitz (TX)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 46
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 1/5/10
Committed Over: Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Houston, Kansas, Kansas State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Texas Tech, Tulsa
Scouting Report: Williams could be categorized as a run stuffing force in the middle. He is not as athletic as some of the more highly rated players at his position, but he understands how to use his size and frame to his advantage and will only get better once he is integrated in to a college system. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
OT | 6-5 / 270
Lake Dallas (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 202
Pos Rank: 19
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 10/11/09
Committed Over: Auburn, Baylor, Kansas, Miami (Fl), Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: He has a great frame to work with, though he is on the light side and can add a lot of weight at this point. He can do a variety of blocks and shows them in the games. One thing he can do effectively is pull and still make a good block. He is better at pass blocking, because of his lack of size at this point, but once he fills out it should help him in drive blocking. He needs to keep with the blocks longer, he stops too early at times.
WR | 6-3 / 180
Southmoore (OK)
Rating:
Pos Rank: 106
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 7/7/09
Committed Over: Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Stanford
Scouting Report: Wilson is a versatile athlete who could play receiver, safety, or cornerback in college. He has the perfect size and length for free safety. His best attribute is his pure speed. He is one of the fastest players in the "Sooner State", and those that follow recruiting closely know that you can't coach speed. - Greg Powers, Scout.com
C | 6-5 / 295
Rockwall-Heath (TX)
Rating:
Scout300: 250
Pos Rank: 5
Committed to: OKLAHOMA
Commit Date: 7/1/09
Committed Over: Arkansas, Baylor, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas A&M, Texas Tech
Scouting Report: Woods is a pure center that has been honing his skills at the position for a number of years. He can snap with the quarterback under center or he can shotgun snap. He is also used to making the calls at the line of scrimmage, which has helped him to have a great understanding of his responsibilities and the responsibilities of his teammates. - Greg Powers, Scout.com