On paper, it felt like the smallest junior day in a long time for Oklahoma. The goal was to bring in offered recruits and see if the Sooners could build on such a terrific start to the 2017 class.
It worked. McKinney (Texas) Boyd offensive guard Tyrese Robinson tweeted Saturday evening he is No. 5 for OU’s 2017 class.
Robinson is ranked No. 8 at offensive guard and No. 142 in the Scout 300 for the Class of 2017 and had offers from all the major regional schools.
OU continues to try to shore up its 2016 class, but the Sooners are off to a roaring start in 2017 with four of their five commits not only in the Scout 300 but ranked in the top 200.
Helping the cause was the fact those commits were indeed on campus, spreading the vibe of why OU is the place to be for the 2017 class.
Robinson has been a major OU target at offensive line for some time now, and the Sooner coaches have made sure he has known how big of a priority he has been with a visit to the school earlier this week.
Robinson joins Collinsville (Okla.) High linebacker Levi Draper, Mesquite (Texas) Horn quarterback Chris Robison, Southlake (Texas) Carroll safety Robert Barnes and Richmond (Texas) Foster receiver CeeDee Lamb.
Draper and Robison are both in the Scout 100, while Barnes and Robinson are in the top 200.