OU down to final four targets

By Wednesday, OU's 2014 class could be complete and has how the Sooners stand with their remaining targets hours before signing day.

The last few weeks, as expected, have helped clear up the Oklahoma recruiting board. There is still a lot of time for stuff to happen and no doubt it certainly will.

As we stand right now OU is at 22 commits (Sooners Illustrated concedes Brandon Glenn won't be able to sign) with a target number being 26 depending on how the dominoes fall.

Here is a look at the top remaining OU targets based on their interest in OU and the realistic probability they end up signing with the Sooners.

Jenks (Okla.) High safety Steven Parker

What OU did with Klein (Texas) Collins safety Jordan Thomas, Auburn might have just done with Parker. Not anywhere on the Tigers radar heading into 2014, Auburn is a legit option for the top-ranked prospect in the state. It's down to OU, Texas A&M and Auburn. It feels like the Aggies have sort of thrown in the towel by offered Shreveport (La.) Woodlawn safety Donovan Wilson and having him flip from Utah to A&M. Parker is set to decide Tuesday, but it's not yet known if he will publicly announce Tuesday or just wait until signing day. Jenks' signing ceremony is 1:15 p.m. CST Wednesday.

Fresno (Calif.) Central wide receiver Michiah Quick

Quick opted to not make any visits over the weekend. Instead, he stayed home and tried to start deciphering things on where he will spend his college years. OU has felt like the leader for a while, but Notre Dame has certainly made things interesting in the last week. Included in that was a great in-home visit by Irish coach Brian Kelly. It has been 22 months of hard work and persistence by the OU coaching staff, find out soon enough if it has paid off.

Oklahoma City Douglass defensive end Deondre Clark

Clark visited Arizona State this weekend, and the Sun Devils will be among his finalists when he picks 2 p.m. CST on signing day. The prevailing thought is it's a showdown between the Sooners and LSU, but Ole Miss is also in the running. OU had a lot of ground to make up for Clark after it was practically dead in the water in the spring. But the Sooners have emerged as a legit threat to flip the second-ranked prospect in the state and have developed a great relationship with Clark and his family.

West Valley City (Utah) offensive tackle Kenyon Frison

All the visits are in the books for Frison and a decision will come at any time. OU defensive line coach Jerry Montgomery made one more visit to Utah this weekend to try to persuade him one last time. With Indianapolis Decatur Central tackle Lukayus McNeil re-committing to Louisville over the weekend, Frison has become an even bigger target than he was before the weekend.

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