In focus: Edmond Santa Fe

OU is no stranger to Edmond Santa Fe, and the Sooners have plenty of reasons to head back.

The OKPreps spring football season is here, and is hitting the road to see the top prospects in the state of Oklahoma.

Edmond Santa Fe

DB Ashton Preston

The wait has been tough for Preston, who could certainly be called the best prospect in the class without an offer at this point. He did himself a world of good with how competitive he was on the camp circuit in the spring, and it's possible these two weeks get him on the board. Interest hasn't been a problem as major schools like Oklahoma, Texas and others inquire about him all the time. A planned summer trip to Purdue and Indiana could also net good results.

OL J.R. Hensley

Hensley said he is now up to 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds following offseason conditioning. If that's true, Missouri State won't remain his only offer for too much longer. As has been talked about before, Kansas and Kansas State seem to be the schools targeting Hensley the most. Not being able to camp because of baseball might have hurt him a bit so getting back to the gridiron is huge for Hensley who will be one of the leaders of the team.

2016 QB Keaton Torre

He has been talked about since he was a freshman and his time is now. With Justice Hansen at Oklahoma, the shift turns to Torre. He got his feet wet last year, and he said he is ready to be the No. 1 guy with the target on his back going forward. Oklahoma is starting to turn it on with interest and wants to make sure he is at its camp in June. Oklahoma State, Texas and Clemson are among some of the other schools that are already contacting Torre.

2016 RB Darran Williams

Store this name away right now. As a sophomore, Williams saw a lot more time at running back than almost any would have expected at that point of his career. A year older, stronger, faster, and it will be interesting to see just how big of a leap Williams can make going into his junior season.

2016 DL Vessy Parrish

Parrish put his name on the radar with incredible team camp performances last spring. It was a good year for Parrish in 2013 but this should be his coming out party. The knock on him was his height at just around 6-foot. So if Parrish has packed on the pounds and grown the inches, look out because he was a beast in one-on-one situations last year.

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