You've had more than a month to digest Oklahoma's stellar Class of 2014. And with both junior days in the books, the crystal ball is starting to become a little clearer for OU's 2015 class.
It's time to look at the early offers and where OU stands. For some, it's great. For others, the door is closed and both sides have moved on.
This is not the Wish List, which will return to SoonersIllustrated.com in April. Instead this is examining all offers at the position and listed in order of Scout's rankings.
OU got back on the board for tight end with two additions for the Class of 2014, and Jay Boulware is back to work looking for more.
The depth is still thin for OU at the position so the Sooners are definitely aiming for at least one and would prefer two if the chips fall correctly.
Houston Clear Lake Jordan Davis (6-4, 250, No. 2 TE)
Davis was the first tight end offered by OU for the class, but he has been locked up with Texas A&M for a long time. OU continues to recruit him, but he seems to be all about the Aggies.
Jefferson City (Mo.) Helias' Hale Hentges (6-4, 230, No. 5 TE)
Hentges picked up his OU offer on an unofficial visit last month. His offer sheet is so impressive and his film is so impressive. The Sooners are in the door, but Hentges is getting courted from one end of the country to another.
Pine Bluff (Ark.) High's Will Gragg (6-4, 247, No. 7 TE)
This is an incredible year for Arkansas at the tight end position. The state has two of the top ones in the country, led by Gragg. OU offered relatively early for Gragg, but it's tough to envision the Razorbacks letting him go.
Columbia (Tenn.) Central's Jackson Harris (6-5, 240, No. 11 TE)
This would be an incredible pull by Boulware when you think about all the top schools in pursuit of Harris. So far not much news on the OU front.
Fayetteville (Ark.) High's C.J. O'Grady (6-4, 230, No. 21 TE)
The other top Arkansas tight end. If OU falls short with Gragg, no reason the Sooners can't try to bust down the door for O'Grady. His offer list is starting to pick up so smart idea by OU to get in there as early as it did.