2014 Denton Guyer WR Ellis Jefferson--He was without a doubt one of the most athletic specimens out on the field during the workout. Using his 6-foot-4, 200-pound frame, Jefferson was able to leap up and snag balls but also demonstrated good hands on several different plays and drew serious attention from the Sooner coaching staff.
2014 Mount Pleasant WR Kadarrius Cannon--Wide receivers coach Jay Norvell spent a lot of time eyeing this kid and coaching him up. Cannon impressed with his speed and ability to break free at the line of scrimmage in a battle against a solid three-star corner.
2013 Lancaster CB Dakota Austin--That DB that just so happened to match up against Cannon time after time was Austin. The scrappy corner, who has an offer from Texas Tech, showed why several teams like him. He's quick, competitive and doesn't back down to challenges against even the most skilled wide outs.
2014 Denton Guyer QB Jerrod Heard--No doubt, he has room for growth, but what he displayed during this day was promising. He delivered the ball on the money and was consistent while getting coached up by OU quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel and others. It was a nice performance for the 6-foot-2, 180-pound signal caller.
2014 Douglass DE Deondre Clark--Clark left such an impact on the coaching staff that they offered him before he left. The 6-foot-4, 250-pound D-lineman now has a set of five offers, including Mississippi State, Missouri, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech in addition to OU and he showed why. He's physical and aggressive on the end and has playmaking ability on the edge.
2013 Altus S Diquon Woodhouse--Though he's only been offered by Navy and South Dakota, that didn't keep him from competing against a great group of players Sunday. Woodhouse held his own making plays out there in the secondary along with Austin and others.
2015 American Heritage School CB Desmond Cain--Hailing from the same school as current Sooner running back commit Greg Bryant, Cain is definitely a player to keep an eye on throughout the next couple years. He's just heading into his sophomore year and needs polishing but defensive coordinator Mike Stoops certainly paid him some attention.