It's that time of year once again as Oklahoma is ready for its three-day on-campus camp. The goals of camps have started to change in recent years, but there are still quite a few big names making the trek to Norman.
Some kids will camp all three days, but the big day to circle is Day 2, Saturday. The OU coaches have invited a lot of top prospects to show up Saturday and show what they can do.
Here are five notable visitors to watch this weekend.
Moore (Okla.) Westmoore wide receiver Dahu Green
The Sooners are still searching for their first commitment at wide receiver. Green could be that guy even if he doesn't have an offer heading into the weekend. OU wide receivers coach Jay Norvell has been keeping tabs on Green for a while. Though Green has offers in the teens at this point, there isn't one that stands out to the three-star prospect. Norvell has asked him to show up Saturday, and Green is ready to show exactly what he can do.
Lawton (Okla.) High defensive back Darreyl Patterson
OU landed its second pledge at cornerback earlier this week, which puts even more pressure on Patterson. The good news is OU coaches are high on Patterson, and it seems like Bob Stoops would love to add him to the class. The question has been his grades, which he is working on now. The other question could be answered this weekend with the way he performs on the field. He wants to leave no doubt in anybody's mind he deserves the chance.
2016 Hope (Ark.) High defensive lineman McTelvin Agim
It has been a huge week for Agim. He's added offers from Alabama and Auburn and continues to look impressive. The Sooners offered a while ago, and he said it meant a lot because he grew up an OU fan. He has no reason to show up and participate, but he said he wants to show the coaches exactly what he is able to do. Agim is setting himself up to be one of the best defensive linemen for the Class of 2016.
2016 Oklahoma City Casady defensive back Max Wariboko
Maybe no more intriguing situation of the weekend. His older brother, Josh Wariboko, earned his OU offer at this camp last year and committed to the Sooners in June. He decommitted in April, saying he wanted to take more visits and also wanted to explore the possibility of playing with Max. Can Max duplicate his brother's success? He'll have his chance to camp in front of the OU coaches and see if he can earn the offer on his own merit as well.
2016 Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic quarterback Jarrett Guarantano
If he shows up, Saturday becomes even more fun than it already is. Gurantano is positioning himself as one of the top quarterbacks for the 2016 class, and OU quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel is making it clear he wants him in the crimson and cream. OU isn't being too aggressive for 2015, but the Sooners are welcoming a lot of 2016 quarterbacks. They don't get too much bigger than Guarantano, who already has 17 offers.