By the third and final day of Oklahoma's camp, it becomes pretty obvious what the storylines are. But the Sooners had one major visitor making the trip to Norman to give the day a different feel than in years past.
Agim makes the trip
Agim was offered by the Sooners back in March. He said at the time how much the offer meant. And with his willingness to make the trip to Norman, he is displaying that interest in a huge way.
No question Agim was the story of OU's final day, which was once again delayed by weather. A one-hour delay this time around, it didn't affect Agim who came to ready to work.
Agim is loaded with major offers so it was big for him to make the trip. It won't be easy for OU to snag him away from Arkansas or other SEC powers, but the Sooners are doing everything right during the early part of his recruitment.
Anderson hasn't left the building
It didn't make sense for Katy (Texas) High four-star running back Rodney Anderson to camp Saturday afternoon. But it might have been even more puzzling to see Anderson once again at OU's camp Sunday morning.
Anderson didn't camp this time around, but it has to be the best possible sign outside of commitment to know Anderson and his family have spent the entire weekend in Norman.
A three-day unofficial visit is almost unheard of nowadays, and all signs point toward OU getting its first commit at running back for the Class of 2015 although a timetable of when that's going to happen is anybody's guess.
McGinnis makes the trip
Another day, another quarterback to watch. OU quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel was busy all weekend with talented underclassmen quarterbacks coming through.
Sunday he got a look at a Class of 2015 signal-caller in Oklahoma City Heritage Hall's Connor McGinnis. He might be too versatile for his own good as McGinnis' soccer prowess kept him from hitting a lot of football camps this spring.
McGinnis made several trips to OU during last season for unofficial visits and is certainly among the best quarterbacks in the state for this upcoming season.