OU's highest ranked of three commitments for the 2014 class is out, as four-star wide receiver Armanti Foreman de-committed Tuesday, but the Sooners still have options and Sooners Illustrated examines them.
They may have lost the nation's No. 23 prospect at the position.
Still, options are plentiful.
For starts, before delving into the other players that OU has a serious shot at, it's important to realize Foreman simply opened up his recruitment and could still end up a Sooner.
Reports have him leaning towards a Texas-Texas A&M battle, but OU is still very much in the mix.
That said, the Sooners have a legitimate chance of landing two of the nation's most prized receivers, including the country's highest ranked in five-star Central High East Campus (Fresno, Calif.) product Michiah Quick.
Within the last month the 5-foot-11, 170-pound stud listed a top five and the Sooners were in it.
Also, Desert Mountain (Scottsdale, Ariz.) HS versatile prospect Mark Andrews has the Sooners high on his list.
At 6-foot-6, 220, he could provide OU with a big receiver/tight end threat that is really suitable for its offense.
And those are just two of OU's 13 current offers of uncommitted prospects.
In fact, Cameron Denson stands as the only offered prospect that has committed to somewhere else at the time.
Four-stars Kd Cannon, Jalen Brown, Keenen Brown, Artavis Scott, Dallis Todd and Corey Holmes and three-stars Dorian Leonard, Nick Alexander, Byron Daniels and Jeffrey Mead all hold Sooner offers and are still out there for the taking.
So, while Foreman's de-commitment to the 2014 class is a serious hit, there's still 10 months until Signing Day and a ton of realistic prospects remain on the board.
Even Foreman himself.