The list has been fluctuating from day to day in the last two weeks. Big names added, big names taken off, but there's no doubt Oklahoma is bringing in a lot of big guns for Saturday's spring game.
To go along with the multitude of signees expected in Norman and several commits, a number of top offered targets should be at OU.
Here's a look at seven of the most anticipated visitors.
Manassas (Va.) Stonewall Jackson DT Tim Settle
Why not start with the best? Settle, a five-star defensive tackle ranked No. 3 at his position, is going to check out OU and Oklahoma State this weekend. No doubt every school on the east coast and Midwest is heavily targeting Settle so it means something he's willing to give the Sooners a look. Might get an indication of how serious that look is following this weekend.
Dallas Skyline linebacker Anthony Wheeler
OU has offered one top outside linebacker after another, but the Sooners haven't looked too deep for elite inside linebackers. Wheeler, though, is certainly one of those, and OU might have a chance to seal the deal with another great visit. Wheeler loved his first visit to OU last month for junior day, and the Sooners appear to be in the driver's seat right now.
Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson cornerback P.J. Mbanasor
It's hard to decipher whether or not Mbanasor is looking to commit, but there's no misunderstanding of his words when he talks about how much he loves OU. Following a great OU visit for junior day, Mbanasor has decommitted from TCU since his last trip and has also picked up one top offer after another. Provided he can transportation, it could be a special weekend.
Midwest City (Okla.) High safety Will Sunderland
Well, the secret is out on Sunderland. Winning MVPs at the Rivals camp and the Nike Football Training Combine will do that for you. Coming off receiving his invite to The Opening, Sunderland's stock has never been higher. He has talked about trips to Arkansas and Ohio State, but the hope of OU fans is this return trip to Norman ends with a commitment to the Sooners.
Mesquite (Texas) Horn offensive lineman Connor Dyer
A lot of top Texas offensive linemen for this class so sometimes Dyer gets forgotten, but OU has let him know what a top priority he is. Dyer was offered at OU's first junior day in February and the other top offers have rolled in since. Helping OU's cause is his friendship with signee Jonathan Alvarez, who is also expected to be in Norman this weekend.
Moore (Okla.) Westmoore wide receiver Dahu Green
There's no telling if an offer will come down the pike, but it means something that OU is taking a real interest in the top receiver in the state. Coming off a solid NFTC showing, Green will likely rise up some boards and has a quality relationship with Josh Heupel and Jay Norvell. OU is bringing in three tall receivers for 2014 so it will be interesting how things progress with Green.
Fresno (Calif.) Clovis North cornerback A.J. Greeley
Like Green, the intriguing part of his visit is whether or not an offer is extended. Things could get real interesting in a hurry if that's the case. Already with quality Pac-12 offers, Greeley has let it be known that if the Sooners extend that invitation, he could accept it right on the spot and end things. Greeley should feel pretty comfortable, too, with so many Cali signees for OU making the trip.