It’s not fair to say Oklahoma quarterback recruiting had dropped off in the last couple of years, but it is fair to say that once Lincoln Riley arrived, he hit the ground running.
He nabbed a four-star quarterback for the 2016 class in Waxhaw (N.C.) Cuthbertson’s Austin Kendall but didn’t stop there.
Following an impressive outing at a satellite camp, Mesquite (Texas) Horn’s Chris Robison was offered for the 2017 class, and it didn’t take long for him to make the decision to commit.
Robison, ranked in the Scout 100, has lived up to the billing so far this season in what has been a wild season for the Jaguars full of close games and an unfortunate forfeit.
Through it all, Robison has been stellar with perhaps last week has the eye-opener. He was 13-of-17 passing for 235 yards and five touchdowns… in the first half.
For the season, Robison is 93-of-155 for 1,372 yards with 19 touchdowns and just two interceptions. He is completing 60 percent of his passes.
With Oklahoma coming to town to play Texas in the Cotton Bowl, Sooners Illustrated is making the drive to see Mesquite Horn play Highland Park on Friday night.
The Jaguars also have OU offer and TCU defensive end commit Gary Overshown, but the majority of this trip will be about watching Robison and seeing why OU fans should be so excited about the quarterback future under Riley.